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Old October 3, 2009, 02:42 PM
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Default Razer Naga review

*Pictures coming eventually.

Package
Comes in a box with support driver cd put into its own sleeve, and the sleeve is packed with Razer promotional material and certificate of authenticity as well as the trainer stickers. This trainer I found little need for however.

Mouse
Razer Naga illuminates and has the signature Razer curve profile for the right and left buttons. The mouse is LED illuminated and it glows neon blue. There are 12 buttons that are pressed by thumb, while the forward/backward buttons are placed atop to the left of the left click, which is unusual, and to me the most difficult to get used to.

This scroll has no tilt function, but if you try to tilt the wheel to the right, it actually is mapped to turning camera 180 degrees in Aion, the MMO of test. Under browsers it allows for gesture scrolling.

The buttons are mapped to number pad or the number keys on the keyboard, and this can be toggled by a flip switch on the bottom of the mouse.

The mouse DPI has to be altered by a rather polished piece of software. There should be more MMO profiles coming out than what's available, so that part's a developing story.

Ergonomically speaking, I quite like it. It won't replace MX revolution in productivity and general usage, but for gaming it is quite nice. I think that it is fine for FPS gamers that don't grab onto their mouse with thumb, or that they do make use of number keys frequently. I got used to it quickly.

Verdict
The mouse is worth it for me. I was lucky to be able to get it through NCIX basically today.

Last edited by panzerfan; October 3, 2009 at 03:56 PM.
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