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Naga 2013 & Naga Trinity - great hardware, wonky software
I have owned two versions of the Razer Naga.
The Razer Naga 2013 was a near perfect mouse for me. It was sensitive, accurate, responsive and reliable - as a gaming mouse should be. My only minor quibble is that with 12 buttons on the side, it was often hard to find the correct button. The software, Synapse 2, was simple but unobtrusive and easy to use. This mouse lasted over five years until 2019 when the mouse wheel started malfunctioning when scrolling down; the rest of the mouse was still in top shape. I would give the Naga 2013 5 stars out...of 5. I bought a Razer Naga Trinity as a replacement in 2019. Initial thoughts were that it felt just as sensitive, accurate and responsive as the 2013. Its replaceable side panels were very welcome, allowing me to have two, seven or twelve buttons depending on what game I was playing. However, the Trinity requires the Synapse 3 software which is bloated, bugridden and asks for administrator privileges on every startup. I simply leave Synapse 3 disabled which means that I miss out on most of the Trinity's programmable features. A few months after purchasing the Trinity, the scroll wheel started getting stuck when scrolling down; did the Trinity inherit a hardware problem from the 2013? The issue seemed to disappear after a week or so, but I'll definitely be keeping a close eye on it. Overall, I'd give the Trinity 5 stars minus 1 for the software, and maybe minus 1 more if reliability is an issue (too early to tell). Therefore 3 or 4 stars out of 5.
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i've been using multiple razor mice over the years and i stay with the product because its one of the only mice that is 12 action buttons on the side, but i actually go through one of these mice every 6months-1year the quality is just getting worse every year.... Also your keyboards also break very easily.
i have never asked for a refund on items from razor but i won't spend money on ur garbage mass produced products again.
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Best gaming mouse I have ever owned.
A lot of my friends always told me to stay away from Razer products because they "break" in less than one year. Well, I've been waiting to write this review until I could prove them wrong.
I'm talking about my Razer Naga from 2012.
My Razer Naga, a mouse especially "dedicated" to MMO players, you know, games such as WoW, GW, TESO and so on.
I must confess, I used to be a purely MMO player as well, but my gaming style evolved, albeit thanks to Razer or not, I'm unsure about that. Yet, this means I also play games such as LoL...
Great for softwares
I stop playing games and change into playing professionals softwares. Although its quite massive for my hand, it works pretty well with the shortcut of shortcuts. Great device to have.
The best part is the keys that you can change into extreme shortcuts. best with smaller size for smaller hands.
big, hopefully they invent a smaller size.
Gets the job done.
My partner and I play a ton of MMOs and the Naga is pretty much the best mouse for the job. It's very easy to customise, is comfortable and I have found buttons easy to press. While it took a while to get used to we honestly couldn't play a MMO with another mouse. While I used to have another Razer that I used for FPSs I don't bother changing anymore, the Naga is solid enough for both.
Tons of buttons, smooth controls, slick blue light.
Takes time to get used to.
I've had this mouse for little over a month and It really does get my that bonus advantage ingame.
Your wrist doesn't get tired from long periods of using it and the greatly postioned macro buttons give you a unlimted macro potential at the use of your right thumb.
Not to mention how easy it is to customize this mouse, If the led lights for what ever reason turn you off you have an option to turn the leds of to any part of your mouse (The logo, The macro buttons or even the mouse wheel)
From the smooth texture to the macro buttons, Pretty much everything about this product.
For the Ultimate MMO Gamer!
This mouse is the epitome of comfort. Seriously. I'm a pretty heavy gamer; and for long periods of time I still find myself without any discomfort of susceptibility to Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI).
Those mouse is sleek, comfortable, illuminated, and full of buttons. Glorious, glorious buttons!
17 very bindable buttons cover the entire left side of the mouse. The mouse is optimised for a right handed user; however left handed variants are available and specially ordered from Razer themselves.
The 12 thumb buttons are within thumb reach; a...
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