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Razer Reveals the Naga Hex MOBA/action-RPG Gaming Mouse

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Razer, the world leader in high performance gaming hardware, is taking your intense arena battling and frenzied hack and slash gaming to the next level with the Razer Naga Hex MOBA/action-RPG gaming mouse. Inspired by the award-winning Razer Naga MMO gaming mouse's 12-button thumb grid, the Razer Naga Hex features six large thumb buttons optimized for the user interfaces found in action-RPG and MOBA games.

    Excitement in the world of gaming is heating up with the rise of the Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) genre, with games like the critically acclaimed League of Legends. Games that throw champions into a ring to arm themselves, level up, and duke it out against one another while defending massive super structures.

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    Six mechanical buttons optimized for MOBA/action-RPGs

    Enter the Razer Naga Hex, designed with six mechanical buttons to specifically bind the spells, abilities, items, and other invaluable commands in MOBA games like League of Legends for faster and easier actuation. With a mechanical key infrastructure that requires less force to actuate, you gain the edge in speed over enemies, attacking before they can react. The Razer Naga Hex is also perfect for obsessive clicking in hack and slash games.

    High performance buttons up to 250 clicks a minute

    Since both the RPG and MOBA game genres require intensive clicking, the Razer Naga Hex's buttons are constructed with special switches for a performance of up to 250 clicks per minute - perfect for pro-gamers with lightning fast reflexes. Don't worry about hyper-clicking though, as the Razer Naga Hex utilizes switches that are good for up to a whopping 10 million clicks.

    Ergonomic shape and interchangeable thumb rests

    The Razer Naga Hex is designed with an ergonomic curvature that fits your hand comfortably. The placement of the six thumb buttons has also been perfected over countless design reiterations, and validated by MOBA pro-gamers to ensure you're getting the best game control and grip. 3 interchangeable thumb rests of different heights are included so you get the best comfort and grip that suits you. This is especially important for reducing strain during lengthy gaming sessions at home or at highly competitive tournaments.

    Synapse 2.0 enabled

    The Razer Naga Hex will also be Razer Synapse 2.0 enabled - this means the mouse is installed with the world's first cloud-based storage software that automatically saves all user custom mouse settings and profiles to a cloud server. These settings can then be accessed from any computer, with any Razer Naga Hex, ensuring that the mouse is ready for use instantly, and setup just the way you like it.

    "I love RPG and MOBA games. And I believe that having the right abilities available is the difference between slaying enemies and winning, or dying a miserable death and having your character wiped in hardcore mode," said Robert 'RazerGuy' Krakoff, President, Razer USA. "That's why we designed the Razer Naga Hex - we believe that the six mechanical thumb buttons are going to help gamers stay ahead of the competition with the best ergonomic control."

    About the Razer Naga Hex Gaming Mouse

    The Razer Naga Hex is perfectly suited for pro-gamers and fans of the MOBA/action-RPG game genres. It is primed with six mechanical thumb buttons for the exact number of controls necessary to suit the user interfaces of those games. Bind your skill-bar or inventory grid to the six buttons for faster, more comfortably efficient access to your full range of powers as you take the competition down.

    Price: $79.99

    Availability

    Razerzone.com : 10 January Pre-orders open, Ship End January
    Worldwide : In stores March 2012

    Product features:


    - 6 MOBA/action-RPG optimized mechanical thumb buttons
    - 11 total programmable buttons
    - Special switches in buttons for up to 250 clicks per minute
    - 10 million click life cycle
    - Ergonomic curved design
    - Razer Synapse 2.0
    - 5600 dpi Razer Precision 3.5G Laser Sensor
    - 1000 Hz Ultrapolling/1 ms response time
    - Approximate Size : 116 mm/4.57" (Length) x 78 mm/3.07" (Width) x 42 mm/1.65" (Height)
    - Approximate Weight: 134 g/0.30 lbs
     
  2. trickson

    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    Looks really complicated . Way too many buttons on the side of that mouse . I would be hitting them all the time and messing up . Not for me . Try again .
     
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    At first I was like, wow new mouse, but then I zoomed and lost my ability to see colors.
     
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    Actually 6 buttons on the side is exactly the right number ;)
    In MOBA games like League of Legends there are 6 item slots, so each button will activate a slot, and this also improves reaction times.
     
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    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    LOL . That is where I hold the THING ! I move the mouse and would hit them !!!
     
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    At lease on the orignal Naga you really don't need to grip the mouse much at all to move, the coating have plenty of friction for the hand,
    and those buttons requires significant force to trigger them, so unless you intentionally squeeze the mouse those buttons shouldn't misfire.

    Edit: If you look at this mouse, there is actually the thumb rest in between those 6 buttons, which makes better than the original in that respect.
     
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    I love the green
     
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    This is actually really awesome for MOBA games since you would no longer have to click on items to activate them. Well done Razer.
     
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    I like. Not that I play rpgs and mobas, but It looks great for them.
     
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    They should have put a rotating dialer there ...
     
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    Do want. :eek:
     
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    Hope that it comes in blue, my R.A.T. 5 just broke (actually, I stepped on it after seeing this mouse)!
     
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    I'm more interested in the over-the-top Star Wars themed gear that's coming out -they keyboard has a tackpad/display and OLED keys as well (like the Optimus Maximus)
    -I like this Naga more than the original. The buttons seem like they'd be easier to get to.
     

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