Razer have taken their epic Naga wired mouse and made it even more epic.
Now wireless, you can connect the Naga Pro via Razer’s lag-busting Hyperspeed wireless tech, hook it in using Bluetooth or kick it old school with a USB cable (which also charges as you mouse about).
The Naga Pro is quite flat, delivering incredibly comfortable, cramp-free ergonomics and enduring comfort. Many gaming mice require more of a claw contortion for hands, which can become quite tiring, so this is a welcome relief. With curved rests for index and middle fingers on the buttons, there’s little chance of slippage in the heat of battle, either.
Another joy of the Naga Pro is its three speedily interchangeable side button plates. Attached via strong magnets, these are a doddle to change, taking you from two, six or 12 assignable ergonomic buttons (via the easy-to-use Razer Synapse 3 software) for everything from shooters to RPGs to just the boring but necessary taking care of business. Including the Naga Pro’s other buttons, that’s up to 19+1 programmable button combinations with Razer Hypershift’s easily toggled secondary button profile ability.
Add fully programmable RGB lighting, up to 180 hours of battery life on a single charge, onboard memory with five profile slots, macro ability and 99.6% resolution accuracy at 20,000DPI and you have a mouse that not only looks the part, but acts it too.
The Razer Naga Pro wireless gaming mouse is available now.