Razer Naga Trinity Gaming Mouse: 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor - Chroma RGB Lighting - Interchangeable Side Plate w/ 2, 7, 12 Button Configurations - Mechanical Switches
|Movement Detection Technology||Optical|
|Hardware requirements||Universal, PC|
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- The #1 Best-Selling Gaming Peripherals Manufacturer in the US: Source - The NPD Group, Inc. U.S. Retail Tracking Service, Keyboards, Mice, PC Headset/Pc Microphone, Gaming Designed, based on dollar sales, Jan. 2017- Dec. 2019
- High-Precision 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor: Offers on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment through dedicated DPI buttons (reprogrammable) for gaming
- Full Modular Customizability: 3 interchangeable side plates with 2, 7 and 12-button configurations
- Up to 19 Programmable Buttons: Allows for button remapping and assignment of complex macro functions through Razer Synapse
- Customizable Chroma RGB Color Profiles: Supports 16.8 million color combinations w/ included preset profiles
- Ridged, Rubberized Scroll Wheel for Maximum Accuracy: Small, tactile bumps increases grip and allows for more controlled scrolling in high-stakes gaming situations
- Durable Mechanical Switches: Supports up to 50 million clicks, backed by a 2 year warranty
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Experience the power of total control in your hand, no matter what game you play. Designed to provide you that Edge you need in MOBA/mmO gameplay, the Razer Naga Trinity lets you configure your mouse for everything from Weapons to build customizations so you'll always be ahead of the competition. 1000 Hz Ultrapolling,Razer Synapse 3 (Beta) enabled, Ergonomic right-handed design with enhanced rubber side grips,Compatible with Xbox One for basic input, Gaming-grade tactile scroll wheel.
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When I first received the mouse, it was mildly frustrating that the layout and feel of the buttons, as well as shape, size, weight of the mouse and scroll wheel had changed drastically (for the worse) since my last Naga. I've been using Razer Nagas for 8 years and have never complained about the changes (and they've gone through a lot since the Razer Naga Epic back in 2010,) but these are terrible.
Since day 1, the scroll wheel (which now scrolls in huge clicky steps,) has had this extremely frustrating problem where it scrolls down after finishing a scroll up, and vice versa. This is a huge problem in everything I do on my computer, from video games to browsing the internet. Trying to use an ability bound to scroll down, only for it to also use the ability I have bound to scroll up. Trying to scroll up on a webpage, only for it to scroll back down a notch after I reach the top. This is awful, and it happens all the time, but that's not the only problem with this mouse.
After only a couple weeks of use, the side mouse buttons would completely stop working. I was infuriated with this, but I found that taking off the side panel, blowing it off and replacing it fixed the problem. This I could deal with, as long as it only happened a couple times a month. But it's started to happen every other day now. It's very frustrating when you're in the middle of a game and half of your keybinds are unusable because of your poorly designed mouse!
Though this may just be a personal problem, this is the first mouse out of the Razer lineup where I've experienced severe pain in my right hand. I believe this is due to poorly designed ergonomics and the increased weight of the mouse. This mouse has taken 50 steps back from the mouse they released 8 years ago. It's crazy!
Now for the most recent problem. The last straw, and why this will be the last time I purchase something from Razer again. Yesterday I noticed in World of Warcraft that my character was constantly stuttering while moving by holding both mouse buttons. I figured that it was some kind of FPS lag, but no, the mouse already has the infamous Razer double clicking problem. About half of my left clicks are registered twice now, which makes this mouse completely unusable. It's hard to believe that even though I've taken such great care of this mouse, it's already falling apart where it sits.
This experience has really made me reflect on how Razer has intentionally let the quality of their products decline over the years. They build their products to fall apart by the time they release their next model, just so you're inclined to upgrade. I remember enjoying my Razer Naga Epic for over 4 years without any problems, and buying the next version because I was EXCITED for it. In fact my brother still uses that same old mouse for occasional gaming, and the only thing that doesn't work is the scroll wheel click. Unfortunately the only time I shop for Razer products any more is because my old one broke, and being that kind of consumer is not for me. I appreciate the quality and durability of products I purchase, and unfortunately this product completely lacks both.
Hopefully I can find a quality durable mouse from somewhere else that meets my needs, but I would rather taper my dependence on those side buttons than ever purchase a mouse from Razer again.
The best part about it is the price. I know, $100 is a bit much for a mouse. I get that. But when you consider exactly what you're getting for that $100, you're getting the best deal.
We'll start with the standard 7 button mouse. The closest relative to this configuration is the DeathAdder Elite Chroma. The only differences between the Naga Trinity and the DeathAdder (replaceable button panels notwithstanding) are the texture under the two buttons on the panel and the fact that the Naga Trinity has a 'shelf' for your ring finger, where the DeathAdder does not. The DeathAdder is $67.99.
The 14 button configuration (this one has the 7 button MOBA panel) is most closely resembled by the Naga Hex V2. In fact, it's a perfect representation of that particular mouse. The Naga Hex V2 is $44.99 refurbished, and $74.49 new (and that's the least expensive option).
In the 19 button configuration (this one has the 12 button MMO panel) is a perfect representation of the Naga Chroma MMO mouse. If you were to buy a new one, this one would cost you at least $93.00.
Add all those up, and you get $235.98. But you're getting the functionality, RGB, Chroma, Synapse (more on this later) for $100. Tell me again where you'll find another deal like that. Not to mention the fact that it's a really good, smooth, fast mouse with a different mechanic on the mouse wheel. It rocks left and right, and it's set to scroll websites and documents without rolling the wheel. And of course, you can program each individual button for individual tasks, depending on the situation. They say you have to reboot your computer to change out the panels, but that's simply not true. Synapse recognizes the changes on the fly, and the mouse doesn't suffer any adverse effects. Pop one off, put another one on. Simple.
So... why the 4 stars? Synapse. This version (Synapse 3 beta) is something I hope they continue to work on. It's lost the intuitive feel previous versions have had. And no, previous versions weren't perfect. In fact, it would often stop loading profiles, do strange things to the lights of the BlackWidow X Chroma, then load a single color profile. Of course, when that profile was no longer needed, Synapse would reload the desktop profile, and everything would be fine again. Synapse 3 made it harder for me to program an RGB profile for the keyboard. However, I can set individual functions to individual buttons on the mouse. For instance, the BlackWidow X Chroma doesn't have volume controls without using the FN key. I programmed those three functions to the mouse's 7 button panel. If Synapse gets better, I'll change the rating. However, until it does, I'll just hold onto that star. I hope you're listening Razer. You claim to be 'by gamers, for gamers'.
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If your a person who is into micro keys for editing or MMOs then yes you will probably love it and you will learn how to hold it as it does get comfortable after a while. But for the average gamer.. I can really justify the price tag. But it’s still well built and super functional
Edit: I'm changing my review to 1 star as this mouse has gotten worse. First, it only works if you have an internet connection. Yes, you read that correctly. The mouse "works" without one, but it goes SO fast you can't even use it. So you need Razer Synapse software running, but if you don't have an internet connection, Synapse logs you out and can't manage the mouse. Synapse is what takes over the system preferences to control the mouse speed and settings, so it's stupid it needs internet to work! Also, every so often especially after your computer has been sleeping, the mouse will revert to being so fast you can't use it. So you either have to restart Synapse, or reboot your computer.
Edit 2: 6 months in, just gets worse and worse. Synapse logs you out every single time your Mac goes to sleep. You log in, and it says you have no profiles. I'm literally rebooting 5 times a day just to use this stupid thing.
My complaint is with the layouts of the thumb buttons. The 12-button numpad and the 7-button 'Hex' aren't very comfortable or intuitive in my opinion. I find there isn't a comfortable spot to rest my thumb without accidentally pressing buttons.
With the 12-button option, the lowest row of buttons (1, 4, 7, 10) required my thumb to be rubbing against my desk surface to press them. Also the fact that it's an even, symmetrical array of buttons with only a slightly varied angle on every other row makes it difficult to quickly locate a specific key to press without feeling around first.
The 7-button panel from the 'Hex' mouse is a bit easier to navigate because of the circular layout, but still the evenness of the buttons makes it a bit unintuitive in my opinion to quickly select a key to press. And although there's a rubbery surface in the middle of the ring of buttons, the whole thing is too far back on the mouse for me to comfortably rest my thumb there without awkwardly forming a nearly 90 degree angle on my thumb knuckle. If this layout were more oval shaped I think that would've made it a lot more appealing.
Finally the 2-button panel is pretty straight forward, It's fine for FPS games or just regular use. It's the most comfortable one, but obviously not the main reason you'd be buying this mouse.
In summary, the software and ease of use for switching side plates is really cleverly engineered and easy to use. It's very comfortable if you don't mind accidentally pressing all sorts of buttons, or using the basic 2-button panel. I'd like to see this sort of technology used with better designed button layouts. If Razer would release other types of side panels sold separately that could be really cool.
After owning this mouse for a month or so, I went and bought the much cheaper Logitech G602. which has fewer total buttons, but a very comfortable groove for your thumb to sit, and buttons which are more easily distinguishable by feel. Also it's wireless, which is nice. I should mention, I bought these mice mainly for use with World of Warcraft, in which having lots of buttons quickly at hand is useful. Your mileage in other types of games may vary.