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Razer upgrades the Naga — RGB lighting and new sensor

Razer upgrades the Naga — RGB lighting and new sensor

by Vyncent ChanNovember 9, 2015
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Razer’s ultimate MMO mouse with 12 thumb buttons, has just received the gift of Chroma RGB lighting and a new sensor. The new Razer Naga Chroma is set to be the ultimate mouse for those who can’t have enough buttons on their mouse.

The latest in the Razer line of mice brings their most advanced mouse sensor to the world of MMO gaming. The Razer 5G laser sensor is claimed to be capable of tracking up to 16,000 DPI, and supports fine-tuning in 1 DPI increments. Razer also claims no software interpolation is used in the Razer 5G sensor and it runs natively at 16 000 DPI. The sensor should be the same Phillips Twin Eye sensor which is used in the Razer Mamba Chroma.


The highlight feature of the Razer Naga Chroma is its iconic 12 concave mechanical thumb grid buttons with tactile, audible feedback, optimized specifically for MMO gaming. Each button on the thumb grid ergonomically stands out to allow for blind-finding, letting gamers more easily execute commands.



The Razer Naga Chroma is also the latest member of the Razer Chroma family, joining the Razer DeathAdder Chroma and Razer Mamba gaming mice, the Razer BlackWidow Chroma gaming keyboard and the Razer Kraken 7.1 Chroma headset, as well as the Razer Firefly gaming-grade mouse mat. All Chroma products feature 16.8 million customizable colors and a range of effects such as spectrum cycling, breathing, reactive and so on, all enabled through Razer’s Synapse software. Synapse allows synchronizing lighting colors and patterns between Chroma devices with the click of a button.

The Razer Naga Chroma will also be included in the Chroma SDK. With the Razer hardware API, game developers can punctuate in-game events with lighting effects on Chroma-enabled devices for a more immersive gaming experience.


Pokdepinion: OH LOOK AT ALL DEM BUTTONS I CAN PRESS! Does anyone actually utilize that many buttons on their mice?


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Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.

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