Pros: Macros, Adjustable side panels, Comfortable, Durable, Braided cord, Easy to use, No installation needed!
Razer Naga vs. Generic Mouse during PC use:
The Razer Naga comes with multiple perks compared to a generic mouse in the gaming world. These perks come in handy no matter what type of game you are playing. Whether it is a RPG, MMO, FPS, RTS, or even a casual game, You are able to find a use for all 17 optimized buttons located on the left hand side of the mouse. From cycling weapons or using a skill, the Razer Naga allows you to perform this all by simply clicking one of the buttons on the side of the mouse! However, Buttons 1 through 12 are often preset for the game, but can always be changed inside the option menu. The mouse still allows you to have custom macros located on the top of your mouse, often pushed by your index finger! When using a generic mouse in a video game, none of these perks are able to be used, unless you operate the buttons from your keyboard.
If you did not think the buttons were enough to win you over, how about customizing your comfort level with the mouse as well? With the Razer Naga, it comes with 3 interchangeable side panels. This leaves you with a total of 3 different ways to change the grip of your mouse! Whether it's from big and bulky to small and skinny, the Razer Naga allows you to chose whatever your heart desires!
Precision, Speed and Resolution:
As if all of these perks were not impressive enough on the outside, the Razer Naga is just as good on the inside. The Razer Naga is equipped with 5600dpi Razer precision 2.5G Laser Sensor. This is very impressive and definite shows it self off on the battlefield! The Razer Naga also has 1000Hz Ultrapolling / 1ms response time. Which also receives 200 inches per second max tracking speed!
Compared to a generic mouse when playing games, it's a no wonder why everyone believes the Razer Naga is the icing on the cake! With all of these perks and specs, what else could you ask for? If you are a gamer of any kind and are in desperate need of a mouse despite the cost, the Razer Naga is a perfect starter mouse for you! Despite taking time to get use to the way the buttons feel, your purchase will pay off in the long run. With 17 optimized buttons and 3 interchangeable side panels. Honestly, what more could a gamer want?