Tuesday, May 8th 2012

The Razer Naga Has Just Levelled Up!

Razer, the world leader in high-performance gaming hardware, today announced the return of the award-winning Razer Naga MMO gaming mouse. It has been updated for a new generation of win with an anti-slip, anti-fingerprint matte finish and three interchangeable side panels for a more ergonomic gaming experience. It still retains its most important feature, a 12-button thumb grid built to deliver cataclysmic destruction on all enemies when you bind spells, items, and macros to the buttons for quick access.

"When we released the Razer Naga three years ago, we knew its twelve-button thumb grid was an amazing, revolutionary interface that was going to change the way gamers enjoy MMO action," said Robert 'RazerGuy' Krakoff, President, Razer USA. "Three years on and the number of gamers armed with the Razer Naga continues to grow. We want to keep updating the Razer Naga with the best features, and keep arming gamers with the best MMO gaming mouse in the world."

The Razer Naga has been enhanced to provide a more comfortable and ergonomic gaming experience. Its anti-slip, anti-fingerprint matte finish ensures you have the best grip over your very special gaming weapon no matter how intensively you swipe. The buttons over the top of the gaming mouse have also been repositioned for much easier actuation. Three interchangeable side panels have been provided to let you personally customize the shape of the Razer Naga to fit your hand and play-style. Whether you're a claw- or palm-grip, the Razer Naga has got you covered and gaming just the way you want to.

For more information on the new Razer Naga, please visit www.razerzone.com/getimba

About the Razer Naga MMO gaming mouse
The best-selling MMO gaming mouse of all-time, the Razer Naga, is evolving to take the MMO games of the next generation head-on. Engineered for improved comfort and control, the all-new Razer Naga has a redesigned anti-slip, anti-fingerprint matte finish, re-optimized button placement, and three interchangeable side grips to suit your personal grip style.

Price: $79.99

Availability:
RazerStore – Available Now
US & EU – Available Now
Worldwide – Q2 2012

Features
  • 17 MMO-optimized buttons (including 12-button thumb grid)
  • 3 interchangeable side panels
  • Razer Synapse 2.0 enabled
  • 5600dpi Razer Precision 3.5G Laser Sensor
  • 1000Hz Ultrapolling / 1ms response time
  • 200 inches per second max tracking speed
  • Zero-acoustic Ultraslick mouse feet
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14 Comments on The Razer Naga Has Just Levelled Up!

#2
1Kurgan1
The Knife in your Back
Hmmm that pinky side rest actually makes it a tempting buy.
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Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
I'm perfectly happy with my G500 and the G500 I had before that, and the G5 I had before that. I don't understand the obsession with having so many buttons on your mouse. :confused:
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#4
Batou1986
by: 1Kurgan1
Hmmm that pinky side rest actually makes it a tempting buy.
agreed ive been thinking bout the mamba specifically to keep my other two fingers from dragging across the mouse pad
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#5
TheMailMan78
Banstick Dummy
If you like that rest may I suggest the RAT 7 MMO.
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#6
Darkleoco
by: TheMailMan78
If you like that rest may I suggest the RAT 7 MMO.
Have to recommend the RAT 7 MMO if you particularly like the pinky rest as well, the price point may be higher but if the standard RAT 7 is anything to judge by, you get what you pay for and then some.
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#7
rooivalk
by: Aquinus
I'm perfectly happy with my G500 and the G500 I had before that, and the G5 I had before that. I don't understand the obsession with having so many buttons on your mouse.
well, It's MMO mouse. If you have played WoW, and not a clicker, you'll like it.

My left hand is usually very busy with WSAD, and only the adjacent keys (like QERFV and 1-4) are comfortable enough to press. For some classes and playstyles, that's not enough. On the other hand, my thumb finger is freely available to press more buttons.
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#8
Zubasa
by: rooivalk
well, It's MMO mouse. If you have played WoW, and not a clicker, you'll like it.

My left hand is usually very busy with WSAD, and only the adjacent keys (like QERFV and 1-4) are comfortable enough to press. For some classes and playstyles, that's not enough. On the other hand, my thumb finger is freely available to press more buttons.
This is especially true if you play any kind of rated PVP, the number of abilities you end up using is staggering. ;)
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#9
Dj-ElectriC
by: TheMailMan78
Needs more buttons.
Naga please. This thing already looks like a phone :)
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#10
eidairaman1
by: Dj-ElectriC
Naga please. This thing already looks like a phone :)
If your a FPS gamer its too many buttons.

In All Honesty I thought the Logitech MX510/518 was Ideal for that
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#11
Dj-ElectriC
Hell no. It has lots of problems with Z-axis,LOD and prediction. I'm sticking with mah Zowie.
But that's just the cream de-la rant for me. I gotcha
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#12
radrok
The additional buttons are good for MMOs, especially for longer sessions where you can practically play while using the mouse only (PVE of course).

I've had a couple of NAGAs and they both broke in 3-4 months, to give you a comparison my Logitech mouses are ALL intact, even an MX-500 that has 7 years.

Want a mouse with more buttons? Buy the RAT 7 MMO, got it and it still rocks.
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#13
eidairaman1
by: radrok
The additional buttons are good for MMOs, especially for longer sessions where you can practically play while using the mouse only (PVE of course).

I've had a couple of NAGAs and they both broke in 3-4 months, to give you a comparison my Logitech mouses are ALL intact, even an MX-500 that has 7 years.

Want a mouse with more buttons? Buy the RAT 7 MMO, got it and it still rocks.
to me steel series would be ideal for MMOs they look durable
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#14
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
by: rooivalk
well, It's MMO mouse. If you have played WoW, and not a clicker, you'll like it.

My left hand is usually very busy with WSAD, and only the adjacent keys (like QERFV and 1-4) are comfortable enough to press. For some classes and playstyles, that's not enough. On the other hand, my thumb finger is freely available to press more buttons.
I used to play WoW and clicking the mouse is still clicking imho. I've stopped playing WoW since, but I used to raid using mostly the keyboard relying to key bindings, granted I mostly tanked too so the amount I was running around was a usually less than DPS and heals.
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