The best PC gaming accessories: 13 gaming mice reviewed and rated
Page 11 - Razer Naga MMOG
If you want the best performance, it's time to gear up. In part two of our gaming accessories roundup, we're checking out the best gaming mice that can give you the killer edge.
Razer Naga MMOG
While the Naga is aimed squarely at players of the MMO variety, it’s suitable for anyone with a need for an extensive library of macros. It’s quick on its Teflon feet; the Naga boasts 5600 dpi with a 1ms response time, 200 inches per second tracking speed and unlimited profiling options. The generously long braided USB leads to an oddly shaped right-handed chassis that is one of the smallest in the Razer stable. The general shape is more or less the classic Razer shape except on the right side there is a bulbous ridge for your pinky finger to sit across; it may look strange, but it’s genuinely comfortable in the hand.
On the thumb side of the Naga is a grid of twelve buttons — mirroring the QWERTY numeric keys or the extended keypad arrangement — which are ‘MMO optimised’; which basically means every button can macroed. On the downside, this has relegated the humble back and forward buttons to an inaccessible position on the extreme top left of the unit. Also, accessing the full complement of buttons is heavily dependent on hand size — we found it impossible to comfortably navigate all twelve buttons without compromising grip.Available from Razer, retailing for $129.95
.APC rating: 8/10 (Highly Recommended)