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Razer Naga MMOG Laser Gaming Mouse (RZ01-00280100-R3)
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- 5600dpi Razer Precision 3.5G Laser Sensor
- Optional MMO-specific software AddOns
- 1000Hz Ultrapolling / 1ms response time
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|Item Dimensions||6.3 x 2.6 x 8.6 in||1.69 x 2.94 x 4.87 in||2.95 x 4.65 x 1.54 in||3.7 x 5.1 x 8.3 in||1.57 x 5.12 x 3.21 in||1.71 x 2.75 x 4.92 in|
|Item Weight||1 lb||4.8 ounces||5.29 ounces||0.6 lb||6.17 ounces||4.48 ounces|
|Platform||Windows 7, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional, Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard||—||Windows||Windows||Windows XP, Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows 8||—|
The Razer Naga is the ultimate Massively Multiplayer Online Gaming mouse that shifts the balance between keyboard and mouse by putting an unprecedented number of in-game commands in one place. A multi-button thumb grid and Razer's MMO game interface add-on combine to place every command in the palms of your hands
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The Razer Naga is the ultimate Massively Multiplayer Online Gaming mouse that shifts the balance between keyboard and mouse by putting an unprecedented number of in-game commands in one place. A multi-button thumb grid and Razer’s MMO game interface add-on combine to place every command in the palms of your hands. The Naga's ergonomic form factor maximizes the ease of use and lets you game in comfort for hours on end. With the Razer Naga, you will Get Imba.
With 17 MMO optimized programmable buttons coupled with custom interface add ons for MMO gamers, the Razer Naga will take you much deeper into the realms of MMO gaming.
17 MMO-optimized buttons
Maximum Comfort for Long Gaming Sessions
Custom Interface AddOns for MMO Games
- Razer Naga MMOG Laser Gaming Mouse
- Certificate of Authenticity
- Quick Start Guide
- Master Guide
- Thumb Grid Trainer Stickers
- Cult of Razer Sticker
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Top customer reviews
However, after having used this mouse for 7 months now, the buttons I've used the most have progressively gotten more and more difficult to press. In particular, my left click is starting to get the point where I'd just buy a new mouse. It doesn't "click" nicely anymore, it feels soft/mushy, and it requires considerably more effort to press, probably because I don't get much of a "click" feedback anymore letting me know that I've pushed it down far enough to register a press. I've never had this issue with any other mouse (owned Logitech, Microsoft, even Gigabyte mice). If you do a quick web search on how to fix it, there's a fairly simple way of doing it: take the mouse apart and use glue/wax/something to fill in a wear spot under one of the buttons. Nonetheless, I would have expected the mouse to be a bit more robust, given that Razer has been in the market for quite some time now and they're in the market for "gamer" peripherals so they should expect their mice to be used extensively (and probably abused).
Luckily, mine's under warranty still so I'll probably send it in when I get completely fed up with it. But this will probably be my last Razer mouse given how fast it did wear out. All of my previous mice have lasted years before any issues related to the performance of the mouse popped up. And the issues which broke them in the end were generally caused by me dropping the mouse repeatedly onto a hardwood floor while trying to sort out computer cables or while cleaning my desk.
One would think twelve mouse buttons would be more than anyone needs, but every button is used. The twelve are well located. The mouse is smooth and ergonomic. Every button is usable. It doesn't take long to learn. Buttons have detents to easily ID which is which without looking. If double-clicking didn't make the mouse unusable, it would earn six stars. This really could have been one of the greatest products ever, if only the internal switches worked properly.
Will advise in a few months about the 2014 version.
edit after receiving the new 2014 version:
There's no num-pad switch on the new mouse. Login required to remap keys. Login won't allow me in for some reason, even after trying several valid email signups. I have 28 or more characters with shift and option keys, it adds up to hundreds of key binds. Key binds that must be replaced one by one. Days and days of effort to rebind.
The physical num-pad switch could have been relocated to local software. Drivers should be in system preferences - Always. If there was a rating less than one-star, this company deserves it.
It worked as expected for about 6 months. After that it started doing multiple right clicks every so often. This got worse and some google searches revealed it to be a common problem. I cleaned the internal contacts with contact cleaner and that would solve this problem temporarily but it always came back. It lasted about another 6 months until it just wouldn't power on any longer and I replaced it with a logitech mouse I have had for about 10 years that still works perfectly.
After all these years, the mouse still functions perfectly. The buttons have picked up debris and dust in their crevices; but aside from that, it still seems brand new.
Overall, my next mouse will be a Razer for sure, but I will probably look for one with easier to reach buttons on the side.
Having this mouse now for so long, it has not given me any issues what so ever, it's still in pristine condition. Keep in mind that I live in a household with 3 other heavy computer users that also use it for gaming. It has been used extensively, countless hours and clicks have been put on it. I'm very happy with how it's turned out. Looking for a gaming mouse that will work great in MMO's, I would say buy this one!.
Update 4/2014. Still going strong, with everything on it working and zero issues!. New version has improved top button layout, now at a much better position right under the scroll wheel. However the side buttons have no bumps or nipples so you can tell where your fingers are.