Razer Naga Chroma Review

👤by Tony Le Bourne Comments 📅14-03-16
Introduction

Product on Review: Razer Naga Chroma
Manufacturer and Sponsor: RAZER
Street Price: 69.99 GBP - $79.99 USD

Razer have long been a player at the forefront of gaming technology for sometime and it would be a fairly safe thing to say that the Naga mouse is a firm favourite in the MMO gaming community. The body of the Naga has since developed over time, giving it its shapely ergonomic curves and the concave mechanical button grid where each button is shaped for a tactile feedback for easy no-see recognition. The tilt click scroll wheel increases the number of programmable buttons to a total of 19.

The Naga Chroma, as its name suggests, boasts the Chroma lighting system that is arguably amongst the most full and vibrant customisable RGB lighting we have seen. That isn't the only change, it is also equipped with the same true 16,000 DPI 5G laser sensor that is found in the Mamba Tournament Edition and is considered to be one of the most advanced laser sensors available.


Overview by Razer
The Razer Naga Chroma's original 12 button thumb grid is outfitted with mechanical switches to give you tactile and audible feedback, so you can be assured of every actuation.

The thumb grid's buttons have a concave shape to allow each button to stand out individually. This allows for blind-find so you stay focused on the game, letting your instincts and reflexes lead you to victory.


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