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Razer Launches the Razer Naga Hex - Wraith Red Edition

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, May 1, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H


    Dec 6, 2011
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    Razer, the world leader in high performance gaming hardware, is excited to launch the Razer Naga Hex Wraith Red edition gaming mouse. The best weapon to cut down hordes of monsters crawling out from the depths of evil is now available to gamers in an all-new blood red color.

    Made especially for hack n' slash, MOBA and Action RPG games, the Razer Naga Hex Wraith Red edition sports the same devastating 6 mechanical side buttons as the original Razer Naga Hex. Bind a hotbar of skills or inventory items to rapidly unleash hell on boss runs and maintain effective crowd control as enemies attack from all sides. Having the 6 crucial commands so close to your thumb allows for rapid actuations and enemies dead faster than they can react.

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    The Razer Naga Hex's mechanical buttons are also highly durable and responsive, capable of registering up to a staggering 250 clicks per minute - perfect for the frantic hyper-clicking of hack 'n' slash RPGs.

    The Razer Naga Hex Wraith Red edition is available alongside the original Green edition and either will be your perfect companion for hack n’ slash victory.

    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

    Razerzone.com - Available Now
    USA - Available Now
    Worldwide - Q2 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

    For more information on the new Razer Naga, please visit www.razerzone.com/hex.
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  2. 1Kurgan1

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    I like the button layout a lot more than the massive thumbpad they had before.
  3. n-ster

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    I wish they'd make the left handed version of this instead of the normal naga
  4. sy5tem

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    razer have nice product idea, but they all brake within the first year,

    my megalodon did ,
    razer naga did,
    razer lycosa letter are getting erased off keys and light just randomly stop working,

    tried naga epic , keep losing sync returned it b4 15 day to best buy....

    oh i still have my first NES .... so im not that ruff with my stuff lol
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  5. DannibusX


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    Personally, I've never had problems like that with my Razer stuff. I've heard a lot of people talk about the issues though.

    And in the interest of fairness, when the nukes finally drop the only things that will be left on Earth will be cockroaches playing NES games.
  6. Katanai


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    Yeah you are right. I have the Razer Imperator which is in my opinion the best ever designed mouse, that's why I have it, it sits in my hand perfectly. BUT after the first year I've had only problems with this mouse, :banghead: I had to change the cord, now it has a Logitech one which is much better because it's softer and when you move the mouse it feels 10 times better than that stiff braided POS it had so that wouldn't be really that bad but now it double clicks when it feels like it :banghead: This isn't that bad most of the time but when you want to click full screen on a video it just flickers and comes back on because of the double click. :shadedshu I'm thinking now about buying a new mouse, maybe the Roccat Savu as it looks very similar but I'm waiting on some more reviews and this mouse will get the hammer, for real! I don't think I'll ever buy anything from Razer again as the last mouse I had was from Logitech and it's still functioning perfectly, one of my friends uses it every day and that one is twice as old as this one and my friend isn't so careful like I am with his stuff...

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