Razer Naga Hex (League of Legends Edition) Video Review with Kaeyi Dream
12 August 2013
Excerpt: Today Kaeyi Dream has her hands on the League of Legends branded Razer Naga Hex. Be sure to check out Kaeyi’s YouTube channel for more of her personal videos, and subscribe to the HardwareHeaven channel to keep up-to-date with our video reviews.
Razer Naga (2014) MMO Gaming Mouse Video Review with Kaeyi Dream
3 August 2013
Excerpt: Today Kaeyi Dream has her hands on the brand new Razer Naga, updated for the 2014 Razer range. Be sure to check out Kaeyi’s YouTube channel for more of her personal videos, and subscribe to the HardwareHeaven channel to keep up-to-date with our video reviews.
Conclusion: The new Razer Naga is a leap forward for one of the best gaming mice available. Though none of the improvements are revolutionary, they undeniably enhance the mouse, and we can’t find any new downsides to offset them. The 2014 model is more comfortable, more precise, and easier to use than its already excellent predecessor.
Pros: Solid design and build quality, Very precise, high-resolution sensor, Comfortable, Great mouse wheel, Tons of buttons, Useful control software with cloud functionality
Cons: Slightly more expensive than the competition, No dedicated sensitivity adjustment or weight adjustment, Unique button arrangement takes time to learn
Excerpt: Today we’ll be taking a look at the Razer Naga. This is a top tier mouse aimed at the MMO/RTS crowds. If you’re not familiar with these games they involve a lot a lot of number button combos and quick mouse movements respectively. As such this mouse is packed with a myriad of buttons and an insane dpi. Follow along as we find out if Razer hit this one out of the park or if you should leave this product on shelf to gather dust.
Pros: – 17 buttons!, – Fast and accurate response, – Sleeved cable with gold connector, – Comfortable
Conclusion: With the Naga Hex Razer has introduced yet another well balanced gaming mouse with incredible speed and accuracy thanks to its 5600DPI laser sensor, great grip thanks to its ideal weight and design and finally plenty of buttons to go around so i guess that these features are more or less enough to consider any gaming mouse as perfect.
Summary: As much as it is difficult to get a hold of the functionalities of the Razer Naga 2012 Edition, it’s equally as effortless to wield it once you do. It’s packed with extraordinary features, one of them being its 5600dpi laser sensor which works perfectly fine when pushed to the maximum. Its feet are slick no matter what surface they’re made to glide on, and this makes the mouse feel extremely comfortable in your hands.
Summary: A good mouse, which I'm still using on my gaming PC. Worth getting if the thumbpad is usable and useful to you. If not, it's an addition which pushes the price up and mouse buttons 4 and 5 into an awkward place. In that case, a different Razer mouse (or perhaps a Logitech G5) might be a better bet. I can't recommend it wholeheartedly because of the problems I had with it, but people with smaller hands than mine might well find it a boon.
Excerpt: Ciao a tutti gli utenti di Xtremehardware.com, oggi la redazione vi porta la recensione di uno degli ultimi prodotti della serie Chroma di Razer. Parliamo del mouse da gaming con sensore laser Naga Epic Chroma. La nuova versione del Naga Epic è stata innanzitutto aggiornata con la nuova funzione Chroma che permette all’utente di modificare l’illuminazione del mouse a piacimento o lasciare l’effetto Spectrum Cycling che in automatico varierà il colore del mouse tra quelli...
Pros: Ergonomia, Qualità costruttiva, Sistema Chroma, Numero di tasti programmabili, Tecnologia wireless