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Features a 12-button thumb-side keypad.
5,600dpi laser sensor.
Customizable pinkie-side inserts.
Customizable side panel.
Buttons take practice to use.
No onboard memory.
Doesn't offer quite as much value as competing high-end gaming mice.
Razer logo doesn't light up.
Not for lefties.
By DigitalVersus on October 19, 2012
As well as being a fast, precise mouse, the Razer Naga Epic is comfortable to use (so long as you're right-handed), offers good glide and has loads of buttons on its thumb-pad. It also comes with a comprehensive driver. If you don't need a...100
By Bit-tech.net on May 21, 2011
The Naga Epic is Razer's third attempt at an MMO mouse. It's even more expensive than other MMO mice that have rolled off Razer's production line, though, clocking in at just under £100. It clearly needs to offer serious benefits to MMO...82
By Maximum PC on May 09, 2011
With the introduction of the Naga Epic, Razer has split its highest gaming mouse tier into two segments. The Mamba is still the top-of-the-line general-purpose gaming mouse, but it’s now joined by the Naga Epic, which runs the same high MSRP...80
By MadShrimps on March 18, 2011
The Razer Naga Epic is an improvement over the original Naga, with the addition of the wireless capability and interchangeable grips; the extra buttons on the left side are very accessible, but it may take a while until we get familiar with their...-
By cnet on March 11, 2011
It's not the most elegant mouse, nor does it feel worth the $130 price, but Razer's Naga Epic and its built-in, 12-button keypad could help gamers and others gain mastery over MMOs and other applications with complicated control...73
By GamingShogun on February 02, 2011
When Razer initially released the Naga last year, it was a mixed bag for gamers with larger hands. The mouse featured a number of programmable buttons along the left side but they would often get squished from their usage. Fixing this and,...-
By HardwareHeaven on January 20, 2011
When first using the Naga there is a period of adjustment as the user learns how to best activate the thumb buttons however the training guides provided with the mouse help us get used to the unusual layout. After this short period of adjustment we...100
By PC Mag on January 04, 2011
For those who might be running out of room on their keyboard for key bindings in their favorite Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) game, Razer claims to be taking the gaming mouse wars one step further with the Razer Naga Epic. A whopping $129.99 will...-
By Hard-H2O on October 17, 2013
El rey indiscutible de los MMO es sin duda Razer, con modelos exclusivos para poder usar en este tipo de juegos para total disfrute de los usuarios y el primero en comercializar un ratón con teclado numérico lateral. El ratón Naga recibe un lavado de...-
By Les Numériques on August 13, 2012
En plus d'être une souris rapide et précise, la Naga Epic offre une prise en main des plus agréables (uniquement pour droitiers), un pilote complet, une glisse fluide et un bon nombre de commandes sous le pouces. Si l'on n'a...100