cynan wrote:But as far as I could tell, you don't even get any sensitivity adjustments without Synapse. Therefore if you're not happy with the default low DPI or polling rate for navigating Windows (as in my case) and want to have the benefits of a higher sensitivity device - which is presumably a big part of the reason why you spent the money on a gaming mouse - then you are SOL without Synapse.
If you don't want to bother with these features, then why not just buy a $20 mouse in the first place?
Edit: Original post was edited for grammar only.
DancinJack wrote:I got the mouse pretty cheap, and like I said previously I really like the ergonomics. I'm willing to spend 40 bucks on a mouse that I really like instead of 20 on something that isn't as comfortable and usable for me.
DancinJack wrote:I completely understand what you're saying. I just think you should try alternate solutions to try and steer clear of that awful software.
ChronoReverse wrote:Sounds terrible. I'm glad I'm still using the old driver for my DeathAdder that doesn't need that. Definitely crossing Razer off my list when this mouse breaks.
At least Google comes up with the drivers: http://genus-industri.us/wp/2012/02/28/razer-synapse/ (scroll down).
Looks like Razer has the older drivers in archive too: http://www.razersupport.com/index.php?_ ... 168,11,131
ChronoReverse wrote:Looks like Razer has the older drivers in archive too: http://www.razersupport.com/index.php?_ ... 168,11,131
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