Nothing feels better when you’re into the game action than a dream fulfilling hardware; this is the premise of our quest! In the search we went on for finding the best gaming mouse, we came across the Razer Naga MMOG Laser Gaming Mouse. This pointing device just seemed like linked to a fairy tale to us, like the good guy’s secret gadget that would keep him battling for hours against…whatever he is up against. In the following we’ll tell you why we thought so!
The Razer Naga MMOG Laser Gaming Mouse has got one of the best DPI values available, which is 5 600 dots per inch. It delivers not only pinpoint precision, but also 3.5 G laser (infrared) sensor, quite charming right? And you won’t waste allot of time installing it!
If we go straight to the design issue, there is much to tell! The appearance could be the Original one, the Molten or the Epic one (you only need to choose which one suits you best), mentioning that in the middle of the mouse rules a bluish (orange for the Molten) logo, that is constantly glittering. It provides 17 programmable buttons, twelve of which are thumb reachable and very good ergonomics (which is a constant feature for Razer). That’s a lot of buttons, but you’ll need them in your MMORPG games (Massive Multipleyer Online Role Playing Game).
If you have owned before Razer mice, than you are, probably used to the gold USB connector, you’ll have it this time too (I confess that I find that as being a very nice touch). However, this mouse is relatively light weighted, so you might find the non-existent weight settings as…not so nice. Although the buttons are easy to reach, even without having long fingers; depending on your hand structure, you might find some of thumb’s twelve buttons out of reach.
In terms of performances: this mouse feels good. Besides the smooth tactile sensations, it feels solid, too; like it is built to last. I have mentioned before its accuracy, but it moves just as fast (one ms response time/ 1000 Hz ultrapooling) as it is accurate. Irreproachable from this point of view!
Who is it for? This hardware is definitely a mouse for gaming. Even though the ergonomics are great and could be very useful for a web designer or surfer after hours of work, I would choose something else for serious use!
The price of the Razer Naga MMOG Laser Gaming Mouse is around 70 US dollars. Is it a good deal? In my opinion, this is a very accurate and comfortable mouse for games, with a lot of customizable options that be bought and the price is great, too; just an extraordinary purchase!
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