The latest entry of Razer Gaming Mice comes in the form of Razer Naga Pro which is a highly customizable gaming mouse, and here’s our review on it.
Possibly the main selling point of the Razer Naga Pro would be customizability the mouse offers with its three different swappable side plates which are held with magnetic pads which means the side plates can be taken out easily without much struggle.
The three different side plates holds up to 20 customizable buttons where you can map out those buttons to your individual likings. The first side plate comes with 12 buttons which is suitable for MMO games and with the extensive amount of hotkeys needed for most MMO games, this 12 button plate will definitely ease your troubles.
The 6 buttons plate is more catered to Battle Royale games or MOBA games such as Dota 2 where you can map your items keys to these 6 buttons which makes them easier to use during teamfights. Lastly, the 2 button plate is mainly for FPS games such as CS:GO, Valorant or Apex Legends where you could map those buttons to swapping weapons.
Another main feature for the Naga Razer would be its ergonomic design where I can rest my hands comfortably on the mouse. (Index finger on mouse 1, middle finger on mouse 2, ring finger resting on the extra hold at the side, as well as a grip for the pinkie.)
The Razer Naga Pro also comes with three different modes of connection: Wired , Wireless HyperSpeed wireless technology which is considered to have the fastest wireless gaming performances of 2.4 GHz with the lowest click latency with improved power efficiency for more battery life as well as Bluetooth connection so there’s just about a mode for everyone.
This mouse also has the Razer Focus +20K DPI Optical Sensor which provides users cutting edge precision and its lift-off and landing distance calibration along its motion sync gives users a more consistent way of tracking. The Razer optical mouse switch for actuation at the speed of light and it also eliminates unintended double-clicks with a click durability of 70 million clicks, it’s also x3 faster than average mechanical switches.
The Naga Pro Mouse is also compatible with Razer Naga Dock for easier charging, provided if you have this since it doesn’t come with the mouse. Although, the Naga Pro has a battery life of up to 100 hours which of course, amounts to 100 hours worth of uninterrupted gameplay and not only that, the mouse also gets the Razer Chroma RGB pallet for some sick lights, an epic gamer moment, if you will.
The Razer Naga Pro weighs at 117 g/ 0.257 lbs which is considered to be one of the more heavier Razer Gaming Mouse there is currently but if you’re looking for a mouse with a little bit of weight to them, then this would be your choice.
With the price of $149, The Razer Naga Pro is definitely worth considering if you’re looking for a firm and comfortable gaming mouse with access to high customizability.