Razer Naga Left-Handed - Ergonomic MMO Gaming Mouse with 12 Programmable Thumb Buttons - 8,200 Adjustible DPI
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- 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 strategy.
- 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.
- 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.
- 8200dpi 4G Laser Sensor. No Razer gaming mouse is complete without a cutting-edge mouse sensor to deliver precision and ultra-responsiveness to your game.
- The Razer Naga is outfitted with a 32 bit ARM processor which means there's a little computer onboard that is computing everything at an incredibly fast rate.
Compare with other input mouses
This ItemRazer Naga Left-Handed - Ergonomic MMO Gaming Mouse with 12 Programmable Thumb Buttons - 8,200 Adjustible DPI
|movement detection technology||Laser||Laser||Laser||Optical||-||Optical|
|hardware platform||PC||PC||PC||PC||Game Boy||PC|
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Please enter a question.
From the manufacturer
Razer Naga Left-Handed - Ergonomic MMO Gaming Mouse
We remain the only gaming company that has designed dedicated left-handed gaming mice—from the best-selling Razer DeathAdder to the MMO-gamer favorite Razer Naga. While other ambidextrous mice have filled the space adequately, adequate isn’t enough for gamers. With that in mind, the Razer Naga offers the best utility from its programmable thumb grid to its ergonomic form factor.
Help us kick off the Razer Naga: Left-handed Edition—we’ll keep you updated on its progress as we work towards completion.
We’re still far from getting the word out, and we need your support on this. Whether you’re a leftie that’s in the market for a left-handed mouse, or a right-handed gamer that’s in support of levelling the playing field—help us get the word out
Compare with similar items
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.
Reviews with images
Top reviews from the United States
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
She complained that it was really big (and it is, its huge) but she tolerates it because it is left handed and a gaming mouse. If a competitor comes along with a smaller gaming mouse, this one will be replaced.
Razer Naga Left-handed:
-1 star for price. There are many, many other mice out there that are just as good as this mouse for much cheaper. Unfortunately for my wallet, none that are left-handed. But my point is I know they could have made it much cheaper and kept the same level of quality. Its not like its hand-made in the USA.
-1 star for size. Its far too big to be justified. I personally like big mice since I think they are easier to control, but this thing is huge. Also toss into this star, there is no weighting options. My $35 Reddragon Perdition have weight set that comes with it. For twice as much money they can't make a slot to stick some pieces of metal in?
-2 stars for Razer Synapse. You have to create a online, password-protected profile in order to configure your mouse. On the one hand it would be useful for people who use a lot of different computers. You just need to install synapse and log in and it will load your profile. On the other hand my Perdition mouse saves its config to the mouse itself, so doesn't need any software installed on the computer its currently plugged into in order for it to do much more than a Naga can do. And then I personally haven't used a Razer device in ages, so if I ever do, I will have to remember my password in order to configure any future devices or go through the process of resetting it, just to use the mouse I paid $80 for the way its supposed to work.
My suggestion, if you are looking at this mouse 6 months or 2 years from the date I write this, check to see if any decent gaming mouse company has added some left-handed mice to their lineup. While this is an acceptable mouse, its really lackluster at this price point.
Worth every dollar, very happy with it.
By Nicolás on November 12, 2016
Worth every dollar, very happy with it.
I have pretty large Man Hands and this mouse fits perfectly.
I have a setup for gaming where any key thats not movement related is binded to the keypad, you could probably play one handed with this thing if you practiced enough, movement keys and all.
Amazing for general PC use and i have even been using it for AutoCAD inventor, binding keys to specific commands!
Lifting the mouse: Far and away the most irritating flaw with this mouse. At random, when you lift the mouse to move it back to the center of the pad (which you need to do a lot in games) it will stop registering movement. The buttons work, you just can't move your cursor or adjust your aim at all. It stays locked like that for a few seconds until long after you're dead, then starts working again until you need to lift the mouse again, and at which point it will lock up for another few seconds, again and again until you restart. your. computer. High-school level software design right there.
Size: It's big and uncomfortable. You get used to that and it's not so bad.
Scroll wheel: Developed a jitter during fast movement, which is great for when you try to make a twitch shot but your mouse wheel jittered so now you have your knife out and you're dead. Also the wheel notches are imprecise, so when you empty your ak and scroll down one click to bring out your pistol you might just get two clicks instead of one and out come the knife, or three clicks or whatever, you're dead.
RMB/LMB: thin, cheap plastic. Eventually they wear and bend and then you put your finger down but the outside edge bends too low and the button doesn't click, so you sit there aiming at somebody but not shooting and now you're dead. My solution was to break LMB off, bend it back, and super glue it back on.
Thumb buttons: They wear so that they don't actually register when you feel the click and you need to push harder on them. Great for when you're about to die as Torb so you aim at the ground and try to toss armor but the thumb button doesn't sense that it's been pushed so you stand there staring at your crotch for a half second while rein bashes your brains in.
Top reviews from other countries
I currently use the left-handed Razer Deathadder gaming mouse and have been very happy with it, but always feel I could do with a few more buttons.
So as a left-handed gamer, I was excited to see another specifically left-handed gaming mouse enter the sparse market, and with it's extra programmable buttons I couldn't wait to try it.
Unfortunately it turns out I have small hands - tho measured against my other female friends, they seem average for females, but compared to my partner's hands, they are rather small. I could not properly nor comfortably grib the Naga and have access to the buttons, it was always a choice of using the mouse or stopping and using the buttons which isn't any good at all and did not allow for streamline gaming.
Whilst trying to use it, I did find it very easy to set up the mouse and it's buttons and I imagine for someone with 'normal' size hands, this would be a perfect left-handed gaming mouse.
If it had been smaller, would definately have kept it but unfortunately due to it's size, I had to return it.
1) general feedback: design is perfect, palm is perfectly sits on it; buttons are fairly easy to reach and the whole use feels natural to your hand
2) it`s a gaming mouse and it delivers. Used it for League of Legends with tailored key bindings and macros and WOW; really increases your performance.
3) it`s more than a gaming mouse: as not being a teenager I`ve got other stuffs to do on my laptop and bought this mouse also for the high amount of programmable buttons on the side. Makes my life in windows and in programs very much easier. All key combos can be programmed on the side (ctrl+F4 to switch between Chrome tabs; ctrl+c; ctrl+v, Enter, backspace button to go back on pages and the list goes on). Makes it so comfortable that I don`t have to reach out for my keyboard to push these keyboard combos.
Highly recommended not just for gaming but for browsing, CAD design or for anyone who uses a lot of keyboard buttons. Who doesn`t? :)
Only small issue I have is with the software (synapse) if you unplug it when the laptop is switched on and re-plug it the software forgets the key bindings (solution: need to sign out and in again in windows). Not a deal breaker though.
I am a right hander who chooses to use my mouse in my left hand. Up until now I've only used ambidextrous mouse units so they can be in either hand. But this time, having realised that some games I can't play with the mouse in the right hand 'cos it just feels wrong, I decided to splash out on a left handed gaming mouse. That led to the problem of finding one.
After looking long and hard at this and the few others available I bought the Naga - and I love it.
I admit there are still a few occasions when I mis-click on one of the side buttons, but it is happening less often. And the mouse itself is a perfect size for my hand. I love the weight of the mouse and the click feeling is excellent. Basically I love this mouse. I even then bought myself a Razer Goliath mouse pad to use with it.
This might not be a problem for you but let me just point out by default the mouse is in left-handed mode. By that I mean the left and right mouse buttons are flipped by default. You can swap them round but due to the aforementioned delay when the computer boots it does mean your mouse buttons are the wrong way round for a hot minute while it loads its settings.
Oh something I got stuck with too - if you seem to be unable to unset the left mouse button it's because you have to bind left mouse to something else first, the configurator will not let you have no left mouse button. Assign the LMB to another button _then_ you can set the physical button to something else.
To summarise, I highly recommend this mouse to anyone (especially if you're left handed and want to play MMO and other games).