Razer Naga

Release Period - 30 Aug 2009
Razer Naga Review
The Razer Naga is the ultimate MMO Gaming mouse that shifts the balance between keyboard and mouse by putting an unprecedented number of in-game commands in one place. A multi-button thumb grid and Razer’s MMO game interface add-on combine to place every command you need in the palm of your hand. An ergonomic form shaped to maximize ease of use lets you game in comfort for hours on end. With the Razer Naga, you will Get Imba.

Razer Naga Technical Specifications

Mouse Dimensions
Length 81mm
Width 70mm
Height 46mm
Weight 134g
Connection Wired
Handed Right Handed
Battery
Mouse Features
Buttons 17
Macros Yes, programmable buttons
DPI 5600
Lighting Back lighting
Charging
Response 1000Hz ultrapolling
Avg. User Score
8.7

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20:10 Jul-22-2014

Too much overpriced, well, at least in my country.
The mouse itself is ok, but I think it wasn't worh it.

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12:06 Feb-17-2014

after 2 years of gaming,my Naga is becoming wasted,buttons double click sometimes :P about thumb buttons,they aren't good for my hand,my thumb is too long for this,can't use buttons 7-12 without moving entire hand

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23:49 Dec-08-2013

warning, the modern version of this comes in green back light and the 2 extra mouse buttons on the top left have been moved to under the mouse wheel

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02:47 Aug-05-2012

I just bought this mouse the other day. Works great with my Anansi keyboard. I like the numerical hot keys on the left side of the mouse. Feels like I get the "unfair advantage" when I play my MMORPG'S. Razer makes great products. I also have the DeathAdder. Enjoying both of them.

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13:13 Mar-30-2012

Its kind of a risk. You either get used to the side programmable buttons and become king or do not get used to them and find yourself with a useless 12 button grid. Quality is the usual Razer has being spoiling us with in the last few years and it wont disappoint. So if you are into MMORPGs its worth a try but even then its not really sure that you are going to feel comfortable with it. I would personally go for less expensive and less button mouse solution by Razer but I am stuck with it now. I guess its better to have more tools and not need them than need them and not have them. Potential buyers should proceed with caution since saving money over something more suitable and cheaper is quite likely the case.

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03:08 May-19-2012

Did you try the training sticky tabs that came with the mouse? I didn't use them, but Razer claims 88% of users will acclimate to the mouse within 18 hours of use.

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