So let’s review: right handed mouse, 17 buttons, matte black on gloss black, blue lighting effects, sleeved cable, gold USB connector, and amazingly fast and accurate response. Sounds like the perfect mouse to me! Yet then there’s no left or right scrolling, page forward and backwards buttons with awkward placement, that pesky back-lit Razer symbol does fade in and out only, and finally glitchy software. As usual in the tech world there is most always a Mr. Hyde to Dr. Jekyll. The question is who wins in the end? In the case of the Razer Naga, Dr. Jekyll takes the prize hands down! I have been testing this mouse long term now for around 8 months and would recommend the Naga to most anyone (lefties not included, sorry).
It simply has too many advantages and once mastered will make your gaming experience that much more rich and enjoyable.
Overall ThinkComputers gives the Razer Naga Gaming Mouse an 8 out of 10 score. If the software was not as glitchy I would have received a 9 out of 10.
– 17 buttons!
– Fast and accurate response
– Sleeved cable with gold connector
– Pesky back-lit Razer symbol
– Glitchy software