Razer’s latest Naga Pro wireless mouse shows how well-suited it is for a category of games with its modular, magnetically connected side button plates that make it a practical choice for various genres, particularly those that need many commands, such as MOBAs, MMOs, RTSs, and battle royale titles like Fortnite.
The Naga Pro is a wireless take on the 2017 Razer Naga Trinity, with its simple shape-shifting features and the capability to combine to your PC via Bluetooth or using the added 2.4GHz wireless receiver. It’s available starting today, i.e. 03 Sep 2020 for $149.99.
The Naga Pro seems like an ergonomic mouse; it adequately filled the palm. The most significant variation from the Naga Trinity, apart from going wireless, is that one of the three swappable button plates no longer has a radial layout.
Now it’s a compact six-button cluster that gets on the shape of conventional side buttons, adjusting nicely within reach of the thumb. The other two plates, one featuring 12 buttons and another that has two standard side buttons, are unchanged.
The Naga Pro features Razer’s Focus+ 20,000 DPI optical sensor, the same one spotted in its unique DeathAdder V2, which is my current pick for the best-wired gaming mouse available.
It also utilizes optical switches, which actuate each press quicker than mechanical switches. This mouse offers far more adaptability in terms of customization than any of Razer’s other mice, as well as the most excellent choices on the market.
Each button can be customized using the Razer Synapse 3 software. And with the mouse’s provision for up to five profiles with onboard storage, you can configure several various control schemes for each of the removable side button plates.
This gaming mouse’s versatility continues into how you can connect it to your computer. It supports 2.4GHz wireless the receiver is padded underneath its removable button plate or Bluetooth.
Razer states it should give up to 150 hours of play over Bluetooth and 100 hours using its wireless receiver.
The Naga Pro charges via the combined Micro USB cable covered with Razer’s snag-free Speedflex braiding. Or if you have Razer’s charging dock that gets bundled with some of Razer’s pricey Ultimate-branded wireless mice, the Naga Pro can recharge while relaxing on that, too.
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