Razer Naga 2014 Ergonomic MMO Gaming Mouse - Black (RZ01-01040100-R3U1)
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- The Razer Naga's revolutionary 12 button thumb grid has been outfitted with mechanical switches to give you tactile and audible feedback, so you can be assured of every actuation.
- This iteration of the Razer Naga features an all-new one-size-fits-all ergonomic form factor to ensure your hand fits snugly for maximum comfort.
- The scroll wheel on the Razer Naga now goes left and right, as well as up, down and in for more buttons at your disposal, whether for destroying games or navigating a lengthy forum for the best MMO starts.
- Introducing the most intuitive mouse configurator you'll ever need for MMO gaming. Customize each and every button on the Razer Naga to your personal skillset, macros and hotkeys right from in the game via a non-intrusive overlay.
- Make your Razer Naga work exactly the way you need it to. Configure every button on this powerful MMO-optimized weapon.
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The Razer Naga MMO gaming mouse makes late night raids, intense guild battles, and exciting dungeon crawling even more fun for MMO gamers.
It comes with 12 mechanical thumb-grid buttons for faster in-game actuations and assured tactile feedback. The improved button design also allows for blind-find so you stay focused on the game, letting your instincts lead you to victory.
The all-new Razer Naga comes with refined ergonomics for a comfortable feel in hand, while an intuitive in-game overlay support can be activated via RazerSynapse.
4G laser sensor system
No Razer gaming mouse is complete without a cutting-edge mouse sensor to deliver precision and ultra-responsiveness to your game. The 8200dpi 4G laser sensor matches your mouse movement down to the exact pixel and offers additional customizable features in Razer Synapse.
Mechanical 12 button thumb grid
The Razer Naga’s revolutionary 12 button thumb grid has been outfitted with mechanical switches to give you tactile and audible feedback, so you can be assured of every actuation.
The design of the thumb grid itself has also been improved with an all-new concave shape to allow each button to stand out individually. This allows for blind-find so you stay focused on the game, letting your instincts and reflexes lead you to victory.
In-game MMO configurator
The new Razer Naga introduces the most intuitive mouse configurator you’ll ever need for MMO gaming. Customize each and every button on the Razer Naga to your personal skillset, macros and hotkeys right from in the game via a non-intrusive overlay. The thumb grid can be visually displayed with icons right from your favorite MMO so you’ll know exactly what button to hit at all times (PC feature only).
Tilt-click scroll wheel
The scroll wheel on the Razer Naga now goes left and right, as well as up, down and in for more buttons at your disposal, whether for destroying games or navigating a lengthy forum for the best MMO strats.
From Razer’s very first gaming mouse to now, our mice buttons are designed to be hair-trigger sensitive. This means as soon as you think it, your finger has already mouse clicked it. Utilizing highly durable micro-switches, there is a pronounced tactile feedback to your fingertips with each actuation, so you get the absolute assurance that you’re winning with precision. On top of that, the Razer Naga’s thumb grid buttons are outfitted mechanically so they offer an even quicker rate of actuation than before. There’s nothing quite like the clicky goodness you’ll feel under your thumb.
This iteration of the Razer Naga features an all-new one-size-fits-all ergonomic form factor to ensure your hand fits snugly for maximum comfort. Its size is perfectly crafted for all hand shapes and is still light enough to be easily lifted by low-sense MMO players.
Razer Synapse enabled
Enhance your Razer Naga experience with Synapse, Razer’s hardware configurator with online cloud support. From sensitivity to lift-off tracking to surface calibration, you’ll be able to customize every detail. Better still, this data is saved in the cloud, so you can play your way wherever you are. Razer Synapse keeps your Abyssus in peak performance via automatic driver and firmware updates so you’ll be on top of your game, all the time.
Top Customer Reviews
After several years of enjoying my original Razer Naga, and many millions of abusive clicks later...I finally wore out out the left click button. I had become quite addicted to my Naga!
So I picked up one of these 2014 models to replace it.
The quality of mouse is excellent...so if it fits your hand and mouse style well...the device itself should not disappoint. The Naga is typical of nicer gaming mice in that it has the usual shielded/braided USB cord with gold plated contacts. It can work straight out of the box with no added software (the buttons and scroll wheel will be a standard 1-5 and the side key-pad acts like the 1-0, -, and = sign on the top row), but to get the most you'll want to go to the Razer Web Site, download, and install Razer's Synapse software.
Synapse does require you to register the device and set up a simple account on Razer's servers. It provides the tools needed to customize the tracking of the mouse, and it also allows universal assigning of the various buttons and wheels on the mouse. You also get tools for building timed or untimed macros, and quite a few interesting options to tie multiple Razer devices together in a more seamless fashion (I.E. binding a key-map change on a Razer keyboard to a button on the mouse, or vice verse). Synapse also provides optional custom add-ons with extra abilities and in game UIs for some popular MMO games (like World of War Craft).Read more ›
Seeing that there is a discount on the naga (sale at 43.99), i giving the naga the 2nd chance.
As compared to the original naga, i can feel and see a few difference being made.
The 1 to 12 numpad on the naga now uses mechanical switches, which gif the satisfying click sound when pressed.
The feel of the naga 2014 is more rough and more matt design. The mousefeet are much bigger than be4.
The quality of the naga 2014 is still top in the industry.
However, i believe the rubber on the side of the naga will be problematic in the future, unless they change the material use.
As it is the same material use for the scroll wheel in the original naga, it becomes stick after 2years+ of usage.
Overall a great product and a great price (43.99).
A follow up review will be made, after 2 years, to give the final star on the possibility of double click issue and sticky rubber issue.
I really hope that razer has improved them-self to build long lasting product, rather than just cool product.
This mouse now sits in a box with the razer kraken pro I bought, and I'm a firm believer that the only reason the razer brand has gotten so popular is simply because they market themselves as gaming accessories. No one who has ever owned a quality mouse or set of headphones would ever buy razer products. Back to Logitech I go.
This 2014 version of the Naga has a few design changes. The feel of the 12-button side panel is slightly different, but I think it may actually be better. My old Naga had two buttons on the left edge on the top (Buttons 3 and 4). This one has those two buttons adjacent to the wheel. (I was used to the old one, so I'm still adjusting to this new one. I can't tell which one I prefer yet.) The old Naga did NOT have a wheel that could rock back and forth (tilt-wheel), while this one does. In effect, this mouse has two MORE buttons available for use than the old one. The old one had blue lighting, while this one is green. (My Nostromo has blue lighting, so I would have rather had both the same color, but that's very minor.)
The Naga mouse lets you have easy access to twelve thumb keys, the two standard buttons (1 and 2), the standard wheel with a wheel button (button 5), two tilt-wheel buttons (lean-left and lean-right) and two other top buttons (buttons 3 and 4), all of which (except Button 1) can be reprogrammed to lots of other things like keyboard buttons or full macros (series of keystokes).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This mouse is decent for the price but i wouldn't recommend it for one reason and one reason only. The sensor is absolutely horrible. So many tracking issues. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Worked fine for the first year or so. The mouse wheel recently stopped working after spending 6 months jumping unpredictably up and down when when touched. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Kevin T. Anderson
Razer products are a joke. They work flawlessly for about 3 months, and then stop working correctly. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Erica
Great Mouse but for an additional couple of bucks you can get one of these Razer Naga Chroma - Professional Grade Ergonomic MMO Gaming Mouse w/ 12 Programmable Thumb Buttons -... Read morePublished 9 days ago by David Martinez
Going from from the Cataclysm Steel Series gaming mouse to the Naga was a pleasant surprise. While the Steel Series mouse is larger by almost 50% I found the placement of the... Read morePublished 10 days ago by barry underwood II
First off i have to say I love this mouse. its an amazing mouse, but i am now having issues with it. Out of knowhere it decides to go dark in the middle of gaming. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Mjp
Its a good mouse until the warranty is up. I bought this mouse in Dec of 2013 and i loved it originally. But around April i started having a jump scroll wheel. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Andrew Cedeno