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Razer Naga MMO PC Gaming Mouse

by Razer
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Price: $85.75 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • 17 MMO-optimized buttons
  • 3 Interchangeble Side Grips for Ergonomic Fit
  • Synapse 2.0
  • System Requirement:PC / Mac with USB port, Internet connection (for driver installation), At least 35MB of hard disk space, Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP or Mac OS X (v10.4 and above)
  • Maximum dpi 5600
10 new from $81.71 10 used from $50.36 2 refurbished from $66.44

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  • Operating System: Windows
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Product Details

Style: Naga
  • Product Dimensions: 3.9 x 6.3 x 8.7 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007VPZR5U
  • Item model number: RZ01-00580100-R3U1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,979 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 20, 2012

Product Description

Style: Naga

From the Manufacturer

The best-selling MMO gaming mouse of all time, the Razer Naga, is evolving to take the MMO games of the next generation head-on. Engineered for improved comfort and control, the all-new Razer Naga comes with optimized button placement, three interchangeable side grips to suit your personal grip style, and is powered by Razer Synapse 2.0.

  1. Mmo-optimized multi-button thumb grid
  2. Scroll wheel with 24 individual click positions
  3. Anti-slip rubber coating
  4. Three interchangeable side panels

  • 17 MMO-optimized buttons
  • 3 interchangeable side panels
  • Razer Synapse 2.0 enabled
  • 5600dpi Razer Precision 3.5G Laser Sensor
  • 1000Hz Ultrapolling/ 1ms response time
  • 200 inches per second max tracking speed
  • Zero-acoustic Ultraslick mouse feet
  • Approximate Size : 4.57" x 2.75” x 1.81”


Of course, the new Razer Naga still harnesses the power of its most important feature: a 12-button thumb grid capable of binding every spell, skill, item, and macro you need to complete quests and save the lands faster and more winningly than the competition can react.

17 MMO-optimized buttons
Effortlessly access more spells, abilities, and macros with a total of 17 mouse buttons, including Razer’s revolutionary 12-button thumb grid. The new Razer Naga features 2 mouse buttons behind the scroll wheel to deliver better ergonomic control as you game.

Three interchangeable side panels
Three interchangeable side panels provide an optimized fit for different hand sizes and grip styles, ensuring maximum ergonomic comfort to last you through lengthy raids and grinds.

Razer Synapse 2.0
Razer Synapse 2.0 is cutting-edge intuitive proprietary software that functions as the Razer Naga’s brain automatically syncing the gaming mouse to a cloud server to download driver and firmware updates, as well as save individual gamer settings without you needing to lift a finger. Specifically for the Razer Naga, Razer Synapse 2.0 capabilities will be expanded to store settings for a custom Razer in-game UI designed just for MMO players.

  • Razer Naga 2012 MMOG Laser Gaming Mouse
  • 3 Interchangeable Side Panels
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Master Guide
  • Razer Sticker



Razer Naga Hex™ Laser Gaming Mouse

The Razer Naga Hex features 6 large thumb buttons optimized specifically for MOBA and action-RPG user interfaces


Razer Anansi™ MMO Gaming Keyboard

The Razer Anansi’s fully-programmable keys allow you to further expand your repertoire of boss-killing macros, giving you total control with convenient and instantaneous command executions


Razer Naga Epic™ Gaming Mouse

The Naga Epic takes it one step further by combining this with the dual mode wired/wireless functionality and interchangeable side panels

Product Description

Razer Naga 2012 Expert Gaming Mouse with 17 MMO-optimized buttons

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Customer Reviews

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Good mouse for gaming, it's very useful if you are playing MMO games.
Looking for a gaming mouse that will work great in MMO's, I would say buy this one!.
Build quality is very good and the look and feel of the mouse are superb.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

256 of 281 people found the following review helpful By Fsac on October 8, 2009
Style Name: Naga Original Verified Purchase
March 07 2014 update /// The original review of the 2009 model will be included below this new review, unedited.

After some four and a half years of faithful service, I decided it was time to retire my original Razer Naga. Enter: Razer Naga 2014!

As I noted in my initial review of this device, it definitely takes some getting used to. The transition from the 2009 version to the 2014 version was, oddly, no different. While it conforms to the same overall size and shape, I did not feel truly comfortable with this new mouse for at least the first six hours of use. It feels a little heavier than the original, and sports an entirely different tactile feel; "hammered" finish, greatly protruding buttons, and rubberized panels. Here, two weeks later, it once again feels like an extension of my own body, and I wouldn't change a thing.

My feelings today largely mirror those of the original review; the Naga has long since proven itself to be an immensely powerful and useful tool in both gaming and beyond. I greatly appreciate Razer's choice to move the two additional top buttons back behind the mouse wheel, as well as their inclusion of a tilting wheel (one of my most missed features from the old Logitech G7.) The now more pronounced side buttons have alleviated all of the concerns I had with the original, from difficulty finding keys, to "grunge" collection, and so on. The evolution of Razer's software has been a huge book to their entire product line, as well.

My only gripe thus far... the side buttons are a little more sensitive than I am used to as of yet. As such, I have a tendancy to hit buttons while moving the mouse, as well as hitting '4' in addition to '1' when I only need to hit '1'.
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304 of 340 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas D. Klemetson on May 19, 2011
Style Name: Naga Original
Length: 5:41 Mins
Quick Points:

Good Features: Excellent, programmable 12 key number pad, responsive buttons and click wheel, long cord

Poor Features: Two side buttons are difficult to access, relatively light weight

Overall Score: 9.0/10

EDIT: Sorry that it is recorded in a "mirror." I'll make sure to fix that on any future video reviews.
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236 of 298 people found the following review helpful By Eric Nichols on October 28, 2011
Style Name: Naga Original Verified Purchase
I purchased this Razer Naga Mouse new back on March 10, 2010 for $80.00 from Amazon.com.

I was very happy when I received this new mouse as I play online games, as well as general home office functions; I work from home a lot.

Anyway, this mouse was a dream comes true; this mouse was the best mouse I ever owned. That is until about December 2010/January 2011. The left mouse button seemed to be not working properly (double and triple clicking). I was not sure at first, but by the end of January 2011 (10 months old), I definitely determined it was the Razer Naga. Only by this time, the right mouse button also began malfunctioning with the double and triple clicking.

I called Razer Naga for assistance; they had me update the firmware. Updating the firmware did nothing; long story short, an RMA was issued because it was still under warranty (2 years from date of original purchase).
I initiated this complaint on January 28, 2011. By the time I sent in my defective mouse (and they received it), and they sent out a refurbished mouse on February 10, 2011, almost 2.5 weeks had passed.

Well, here I am today October 28, 2011, and my refurbished Razer Naga mouse is once again defective; left AND right mouse buttons are double and triple clicking AGAIN! This has been ongoing for almost 2 weeks now, and has gotten to the point of not being useable.

What is most alarming is that after researching this problem online, this is a VERY COMMON DEFECT with this product! There are actually youtube videos on how to "fix your Razer Naga left mouse button" because this is such a common defect.

I do NOT recommend this product at all. DO NOT BUY this Razer Naga mouse because it is not if, but when you will need a replacement.
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37 of 45 people found the following review helpful By jab6string on July 17, 2011
Style Name: Naga Epic Verified Purchase
I purchased this mouse through Amazon a couple of weeks ago looking forward to this mouse's potential. However, I've gone through 2 of these mice over the past two weeks. They both worked for 2-3 days, then all of a sudden the buttons do not click unless held down for 2-3 seconds. And once the clicking problems started, the lights on the mouse stopped working. I tried reinstalling and flashing the firmware with the latest files from Razer Support to no avail. I find it hard to believe so many people have the same problems with this mouse for it not to be a manufacturing problem.

Great ergonomics. I like all 3 of the grips and the side buttons. It seemed like the perfect mouse.

Wish I had trusted some of the negative reviews on this site and avoided this mouse altogether. I'm awaiting my third replacement mouse...praying it works as intended. I believe Razer has bad quality control in the development of this mouse. They need to develop new firmware/drivers or some other solution. Many others have the same problem I do. Buy at your own risk!
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April 18, 2012
Hello Jab6string,
We at Razer are very sorry to hear about your complications with the Naga. You can always contact our support team at www.razersupport.com/email or by phone at 888-697-2037 if you have any more issues. We will be more than happy to help you as promptly as possible. The fact that this issue has been repeating with you in particular does sound like a coincidence and is definitely not something that should be happening again. Thank you for the review. We hope that we can better satisfy you in the future.

80 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Dylan Ginsburg VINE VOICE on October 1, 2009
Style Name: Naga Original Verified Purchase
Edit: I've stopped playing WoW so much and have been playing other types of games recently. Now that the buttons can be remapped this mouse works well for any game. It's great for shooters because I can swap weapons without having to reach for the F-keys. I've grown to appreciate how ergonomic it is. It fits my hand perfectly. I'm fully acclimated to the button placement and can hit the right one without thinking. Razer was right that it takes 15-20 hours for it to become second nature. I have found that for my short fingers only 9 of the 12 thumb buttons are an easy reach. I try to put the less important functions on the top row.

As an avid WoW player I'm always on a quest for mice with more buttons. MOAR! Most mice are limited to 5 mappable buttons that my fingers can actually reach. Some do cram more buttons on the mouse but place them in awkward locations that are only practical for infrequently used functions. I had high hopes for the SteelSeries WoW branded mouse but it's built poorly and the thumb buttons are hard to press individually without fat fingering the next button. Another mouse I wanted to like was the Sandio 3D but it's way too large for my hand. Plus, the hat switches are good for movement but not so good for mapping to four individual functions. I've been using Logitech MX series mice that have 8-9 mappable buttons. These are comfortable and the software is very flexible in how the buttons are mapped. I've been content with them but am always looking for more.

Enter the Razer Naga. I thought this was a Photoshop joke when I first saw the picture. But they really have put a cell phone style keypad on the thumb side for a total of 17 buttons.
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