Razer Naga Gaming Mouse Review
The Razer Naga is Razer’s mouse specially designed for MMO players who require tons of buttons to play their games! The mouse is perfect for games such as World of Warcraft, Guild Wars 2 and Firefall as all them require a lot of buttons to be keybinded, and sometimes when you run out of space on your keyboard, it’s better to put them on your mouse, rather than use modifiers such as Alt, Ctrl and Shift.
The 8200DPI mouse is made to assist player’s to be able to reach the top of their capabilities, and make sure that whether they are doing PvE or PvP that they destroy their enemies!
Comfort of the Mouse
The mouse is very ergonomic. It fits perfectly in the hand, and has several attachments which can be change on the side panel to enable users to adjust the feel of the mouse. Nearly all of my friends have used, or use a Naga and they always say that the feel is just perfect for them.
Technical aspects of the Mouse
The Naga is extremely accurate. The Razer Naga DPI is 8200,which is way above any requirement for the modern day gaming mice. It has a very responsive feel, and will allow for those needing quick reactions to pull them off flawlessly. All the keys are mechanical, and have a solid feel to them when pressing. You can readily tap away at keys, and not have any effect on the durability of the keys as their lifespan is too long for any human to comprehend.
Visuals of the Mouse
The aesthetics are insane. The glowing green light which can be configured with the Razer Synapse software to any color of you’re choosing is awesome. Of course all Razer products have the snake theme throughout, and the Naga is no different, with glowing LED’s on all buttons, the mouse wheel and on the base of the mouse, you won’t mistake who the manufacturer of this one cool piece of hardware is. The mouse can feature different variations such as the Razer Naga Molten and Razer Naga Classic, which encompass different visuals on the mouse, and different color systems.