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Excellent for MMO gamers.
Comfy design and great grip.
Works well with the provided add ons.
Tons of customizations possible with all the buttons on the mouse.
The keypad cannot be turned off.
Add-ons only cover two games.
Lacks DPI switcher.
Appearance maybe disturbing for some.
Button array sometimes difficult to fully articulate with your thumb.
By HardwareHeaven on August 03, 2013
Today Kaeyi Dream has her hands on the brand new Razer Naga, updated for the 2014 Razer range. In her video Kaeyi compares the new 2014 edition to the previous editions and the Logitech...-
By Digital Trends on July 30, 2013
The new Razer Naga is a leap forward for one of the best gaming mice available. Though none of the improvements are revolutionary, they undeniably enhance the mouse, and we can't find any new downsides to offset them. The 2014 model is more...85
By PC Advisor on May 30, 2012
The Razer 2012 Naga Expert MMO mouse is the latest edition in their gaming peripheral line geared to meet the unique needs of MMO players. After testing the new Razer Naga for a few days and seeing what it can do, we think it's worth the £72...90
By Tech2 on November 15, 2010
Design and Build Quality The Naga looks quite a lot like another one of Razer's mice called The “Mamba”. It also features the same blue glow as the Abyssus, which makes your friends green with envy. The two main buttons are quite wide...70
By Overclockers Club on April 22, 2010
When it comes to the Naga, if you are a RPG gamer, you will absolutely love this mouse. You will have enough buttons on your mouse that you would be able to set most, if not all, of your more commonly used macros to the buttons on the mouse, allowing...-
By GamingShogun on March 25, 2010
About a year ago, Razer came out with an alien: the Naga MMOG Laser Gaming Mouse. I remember at the time wondering who was taking a copious dosage of pharmaceutical-grade drugs over at Razer. It looked like part of a fighter jet drawn by a...-
By Bit-tech.net on December 22, 2009
There are some interesting new entries in the gaming mouse category although with the likes of the Logitech MX 518 still in stock at many retailers, paying more than £30 for a gaming mouse is a little questionable. If you have the money - or just...60
By Tom's Guide on December 18, 2009
We tested nine mice to find out which one is the best for each type of gamer. Each mouse has been scored, but we come away with the opinion that each mouse was well-built, well-thought-out, and well-designed. The Razer Orochi, Razer Naga, and...-
By hardwarezone.com.sg on November 03, 2009
Overall, unless you have a real burning desire to play one-handed, the amount of time you would need to invest into becoming a pro with the Naga seems like it would be better spent elsewhere. However, if you're just looking for a couple of extra...-
By bjorn3d.com on October 21, 2009
Razer Naga Razer has always been one of our favorite gaming companies and when they came up with the Razer Naga mouse and Megasome mouse pad we knew we had to have hands on and give them a run for their money. To that end we forced ourselves to play...70