Thursday, August 13th 2020

Razer Relaunches the Left-Handed Naga Gaming Mouse

Razer today has "relaunched" the Razer Naga, a southpaw gaming mouse the company had previously released and then discontinued back in 2014 due to a "lack of demand", as the company put it at the time. The updated Razer Naga has been especially geared for MMO gaming, featuring 12 programmable buttons on the rodent's right side for easy thumb access, as well as two additional buttons below the wheel (in addition to the usual left and right click buttons, with the wheel offering another three input options besides scroll). this means the mouse features a total of 19 programmable buttons.

The new Naga features Razers' in-house Razer Focus+ Optical, which means a maximum of 20,000 CPI, maximum speed of 650 IPS and a maximum 60G of acceleration. Razers' in-house mechanical switches make an appearance, as well as support for 5 different profiles. The mouse comes in at 3.84 ounces (109 grams) and offers support to the usual Razer software such as Razer Synapse and Razer Chroma RGB products. The mouse is also supported by the Xbox One. The Razer Naga Left-Handed Edition carries an MSRP of $99.99,

Update Aug 15th: Razer reached out to us and confirmed that the price is $99.99, not $89.99 as originally written in our post.
Source: Tom's Hardware
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7 Comments on Razer Relaunches the Left-Handed Naga Gaming Mouse

#1
AsRock
TPU addict
Dam pity that it's a Razer or i be all over this ha.
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neatfeatguy
Yeah! Now left handed gamers can be disappointed with Razer mice.
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Dave65
AsRock
Dam pity that it's a Razer or i be all over this ha.
Took the words right out of my mouth.. I say same about ASUS and Sony.
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#4
wolar
Actually razer seems to have stepped up their game lately, i might consider their mice in the future.
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AsRock
TPU addict
wolar
Actually razer seems to have stepped up their game lately, i might consider their mice in the future.
You have to sign in with their software to use the mouse controls ?, although even if you didn't they tend to only last 6-13 months and the buttons start to fail.
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wolar
AsRock
You have to sign in with their software to use the mouse controls ?, although even if you didn't they tend to only last 6-13 months and the buttons start to fail.
Yea that was in the past but from what i can tell the new mice they released are high quality without any flaws (to my knowledge ofcourse). For example the Viper seems to be the best all around mice you can buy currently for FPS gaming, even considering QA and price.
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