Product on Review: Razer Naga EPIC Chroma
Manufacturer and Sponsor: RAZER
Street Price: UK: £115 USA: $129.99 EUR: 129.99€
The Razer Naga in its original inception was painstakingly designed to balance comfort with an easy to use grid of buttons to give serious MMO players a key advantage in game. Considering the success of the Naga, it would be fairly safe to say that the demand for such a mouse was high. After various iterations including a MOBA specific 'HEX' variant, a left handed version as well as various themes and colours, the Naga has evolved further. Now featuring a more ergonomic grid of mechanical buttons in a slightly concave shape, each button is specifically shaped to give a more intutitive understanding of the whereabouts of your thumb. This aids in easily identifying each key while getting a fast and tactile acutation.
More specific to the Naga EPIC Chroma, is of course the customisable lighting and the option for wired or wireless modes.
Overview by Razer
The Razer Naga Epic Chroma showcases the new Chroma lighting on its tilt-click scroll wheel and mechanical thumb grid, a feature that allows personal color customization through Razer Synapse. This one-size-fits-all ergonomic MMO gaming mouse offers a total of 19 buttons with 12 mechanical buttons situated on the iconic Razer Naga’s thumb grid. It is outfitted with an 8200 DPI 4G laser sensor that captures up to 200 inches per second and offers a maximum acceleration of 50 G, and also features both a wireless and wired mode with 1,000 Hz Ultrapolling and a 7-foot, lightweight, braided fiber cable.