3Razer Naga

Razer Naga

3Razer Naga
3.7

9 reviews

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9 reviews
Tim W.
Tim W.Sydney, NSW5 posts
 

Great product but bricked since Mac compatibility was removed

Great product with thoughtful key placement and solid build quality. Originally as with most Razer products Mac use was supported, now it's totally broken and Razer has permanently removed the OSX software support - meaning no key binds are possible, no profile settings, and no lighting functions. It's been two years now, but Razer has not clearly labelled the product accordingly.
LetterAfterZ
LetterAfterZ31695 posts
 

Solid mouse for mmo/rts gaming

This is a review of the 2013 version of yhe mouse. This mouse has a pretty solid build and design. The buttons are easy to program and map through the online tool.
James
JamesSydney, NSW13 posts
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Razorishit
Razorishit
 

razor naga trinity

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.

Laurens9L
Laurens9LWest-Vlaanderen, Belgium
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Mr and Mrs Hikers
Mr and Mrs HikersAdelaide12 posts
 

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.
the functions
big, hopefully they invent a smaller size.

Dom Davies
Dom DaviesSydneyAustralia17 posts
 

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.
Peter Grzesiak
Peter GrzesiakSOUTH BRISBANE6 posts
 

Simply awesome

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.

Vhokevoj
VhokevojPerth, WA32 posts
 

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