Razer re-designs its Naga MMO gaming mouse

2:37 PM, Jul 30, 2013   |    comments
Razer's Naga MMO gaming mouse.
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Computer gaming hardware company Razer has re-designed its Naga gaming mouse.

This new iteration of the Razer Naga includes re-doing its 12-button thumb grid, which is now outfitted with mechanical switches for increased tactility, speed, and actuation assurance.  Each button on the thumb grid stands out more pronounced than previous generation models to allow for blind-finding, letting gamers more easily execute commands. 

The Naga's ergonomic form factor has also been updated with a broader shape offering the best feel and comfort to a wider range of hand types.  The fourth and fifth finger rest has a gentler down-slope to promote better grip and reduce fatigue over extended play.  Razer´s latest Naga also features a tilt-click scroll wheel that clicks in and out and also left and right, disposing more buttons for gamers. 

"When we launched the original Razer Naga gaming mouse several years ago, we had no idea that it would rise to become the best-selling MMO gaming mouse the world has ever seen, helping launch a slew of other MMO mice," said Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder, CEO and creative director.  "In fact, we expect the copycats to be the first in line to order the new Razer Naga. This new iteration is no different - mechanical thumb grid buttons for better game control, improved ergonomics that were already widely accepted as the benchmark for this type of mouse within the editorial community and intuitive software that makes MMO gaming more efficient." 

In-game MMO configuration software is also being introduced and is included with the Naga to allow gamers to setup their mouse´s keybinds, macros, and other preferences directly from within games as they are being played.  It's designed to work as a non-intrusive overlay made so gamers never have to quit games to customize the mouse exactly as they need. 

Razer is also releasing a left-handed version of the Naga for southpaw gamers.

"Why? Because we like to do fiscally irresponsible acts for the betterment of gamers worldwide," said Tan. 

The Razer Naga is available now at Razerzone.com and at participating retailers worldwide.

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