Summary: The 2014 Naga was my favorite MMO mouse last year, and I foresee that the Naga Epic Chroma will be equally hard to unseat in 2015. While the mouse isn't radically different from its predecessor, it didn't need to be.
Pros: Great wireless range and functionality; Comfortable, MMO-optimized design; Easy-to-use software; Colorful lighting, ideal for multiple profiles
Cons: Much more expensive than predecessor; Middling performance for non-MMOs
Summary: The Razer Naga is different from other mice in that it is designed exclusively for use with gameplay genres that require the quick use of macro and skill keys such as massively multiplayer online (MMO) and -style games.
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.
Pros: – 17 buttons!, – Fast and accurate response, – Sleeved cable with gold connector, – Comfortable
Summary: The Razer Naga 2012 Expert MMO Gaming Mouse brings the new Synapse 2.0 software that Razer has recently released to the massive multiplayer online expert gaming mouse with cloud based settings and automatic updates.
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.
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.