|Item model number||RZ01-00580100-R3U1|
|Hardware Platform||Consumer Electronics, pc|
|Operating System||Macintosh, Linux|
|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.9 x 6.3 x 8.7 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||3.94 x 6.3 x 8.67 inches|
Razer Naga MMO PC Gaming Mouse
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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
There is a newer model of this item:
Razer Naga 2012 Expert Gaming Mouse with 17 MMO-optimized buttons
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.
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
Three interchangeable side panels
Razer Synapse 2.0
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- 3 Interchangeable Side Panels
- Certificate of Authenticity
- Quick Start Guide
- Master Guide
- Razer Sticker
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Top Customer Reviews
If you love the original Naga and find the 2014 one is too big for your hands, the 2012 version is the one for you. I love it and have never had any issues with my original. I assume I won't have any problems with this one either. If anything out of the blue happens, I'll update my review. As of now (5/28/14), I love the 2012 Naga.
Because the mouse *requires* an always-on Internet connection to function, it can phone home with anything it likes, at any time.
There are lots of discussions of this on gaming forums and elsewhere, including this one: [...]
Please reconsider buying anything from Razer, ever. What they're doing is revolting.
From the Razer Synapse TOS agreement:
By using Razer Synapse 2.0 ("Synapse"), the Subscriber agrees that Razer may collect aggregate information, individual information, and personally identifiable information. Razer may share aggregate information and individual information with other parties. Razer shall not share personally identifiable information with other parties, except as described in the policy below.
I tried reinstalling the drivers and software, and cleaning it with a can of compressed air. Nothing fixed it. I decided I must've gotten unlucky and bought another from a local store. It lasted exactly 1 year too and had exactly the same problems.
A Google search returned TONS of people having these same problems... apparently it's common with Razer mice. I've learned my lesson. No more Razer mice. They'd be worth the money if I didn't have to replace them yearly.
"Razer forces you to create an account with them before you can use the software with the mouse. You cant configure the mouse in any way until you make an account with them and activate your computer and account through their server. If they decide to take down their activation server for any reason, you will never be able to use the software. If you live somewhere without access to internet, you will not be able to activate and use the software. If you work somewhere that has a network behind firewalls, chances are even though you can download the Synapse software, the firewall may also block you from activating and using the software as well.
If your connection drops out for any reason, the Synapse software will make a habbit of locking up on you while it transitions to offline mode. During that time your settings may revert or possibly not be saved.
Yes, you can use the mouse as plug and play with basic functionality if you choose not to make an account and activate your computer, but who pays $80 for a basic plug and play mouse? The reason people buy the Naga 2012 is the configurable buttons and to change the DPI, polling rate, set up macros and profiles along with everything else. Razer has no right to lock this away from customers who paid for these features. For the Naga 2012 mouse, there is no other offline drivers to revert to. Synapse 2.0 is your only option.
Razers Synapse 2.0 software is always online. If you have an internet connection active, Razer will be constantly using it constantly downloading updates and interrupting your full screen applications. Not only that, as I suspected, the Synapse 2.0 software is spying on you."
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These guys only last a good year before they start to fail you.. sensitivity issues, tracking issues and overall a good way to ruin a gaming experience.Published 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
My husband says that this is absolutely essential for W.o.W. Bought about 3 yrs ago. He has loved it for game play and it's held up amazingly well.Published 21 days ago by jen
You cannot go wrong with this mouse. It will be one of the best gaming purchases you will make.Published 29 days ago by Michael Coover
I love this mouse!!! I have been using this one for over 2 years now. Everything on it still works great! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Wayne Lovejoy
I seemed to have received the 2014 edition rather than the mouse that is pictured here. It's a bit hard to tell in the pictures, but the shape of the mouse itself as well as the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Captain Pizza
Website description says Razer Naga 2012, I received the Razer Naga 2014 version.Published 4 months ago by Slip
I really like this mouse for gaming as I have a lot of key binds. My first one had the fairly common issue with the left click button failing but this one has lasted 3 years and... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Christopher Huhn