Razer Updates The Razer Naga Gaming Mouse

The new Razer Naga features an iconic 12-button thumb grid, which is now outfitted with mechanical switches for increased tactility, speed and actuation resistance. Each button has been designed to stand out than previous generation models to allow gamers to recognise each button even when blind-folded. The new gaming mouse has also been given a broader shape…

 
  • 12-button thumb grid
  • In-game MMO configurator software
  • Left-handed edition

Razer today announced the update to its Razer Naga gaming mouse.

The new Razer Naga features an iconic 12-button thumb grid, which is now outfitted with mechanical switches for increased tactility, speed and actuation resistance. Each button has been designed to stand out than previous generation models to allow gamers to recognise each button even when blind-folded.

The new gaming mouse has also been given a broader shape to provide the best feel and comfort to a wider range of hand types. The fourth and fifth finger rest has a gentler slope that promotes better grip and reduce fatigue caused by extended play. The mouse also features a tilt-click scroll wheel that clicks and out as well as left and right, which allow it to use less buttons.

There’s also an in-game MMO configurator software that allows gamers to setup their mouse’s key binds, macros and other preferences, all from within the games they play. And on top of it all, Razer is also releasing a left-handed edition of the Razer Naga due to popular demand.

Other notable features of the Razer Naga include a total of 19 MMO optimised programmable buttons, 8200 dpi 4G laser sensor, Razer Synapse 2.0 enabled, green LED backlighting, zero-acoustic Ultraslick mouse feet and 1000Hz Ultrapolling.

The Razer Naga is now available worldwide for a retail price of AUD$109.95.

 

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