Razer Naga Chroma MMO Gaming Mouse - 12 Programmable Thumb Buttons - 16,000 DPI - Wired
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What is Chroma Lighting and where can I find out more about it?
Chroma by Razer represents more than just multicolor, it opens up limitless personalization options. To find out more about Razer Chroma and Full Spectrum Gaming.
If I have other Chroma enabled devices, can I sync the lighting effects with my Naga Chroma?
Yes, you can. All Chroma enabled devices are equipped with inter-device color synchronization. With just one click of a button via Razer Synapse, your Razer Chroma enabled devices’ lighting effects will by synchronized. Note that the lighting effect you would like to sync has to be supported by both Razer Chroma devices individually.
What does a tilt-click scroll wheel do?
Aside from the standard scrolling and middle mouse button, a tilt-click scroll wheel gives you 2 additional mouse buttons: left tilt and right tilt clicks.
What buttons can I register for Macros on Razer mice?
You can set macros to reflect the majority of keyboard keys except the Windows keys and enhanced function keys. Mouse button presses are not programmable to macros
Is the new Razer Naga wireless?
No, only the Razer Naga Epic has dual wired/wireless functionality.
Most helpful customer reviews
50 of 52 people found the following review helpful.
Might be too big for smaller hands...
By Lisa M.
EDIT 1/24/17: I have decided that this mouse is just too wide for my hand, and that my hand cramps up after a while. I gave this mouse to my husband, and he says he loves this mouse and it's perfect for his large hands. (I have changed the rating from 4 to 5 stars because my husband loves it better than his old style Naga, but if you have small hands then I don't think this will be comfortable for you). I have switched to a Logitech G403 and find that it's much better for smaller hands.
I have been using a Razer Naga MMOG for years for games like WoW and FFXIV. Well, the left and right top buttons were no longer responsive, so I decided to get the Razer Naga Chroma MMO corded mouse as a replacement.
The price is great on Amazon, and I love the cycling lights. I also like that the number pad keys stick out more than my previous Naga, making the keys easier to find by touch. The new Naga has a rougher texture than the old Naga. I'm used to the smooth texture, so that will take some getting used to.
Now, despite being larger than my old Naga, it is about 5 grams lighter. Not a game changer, but something to be aware of.
The biggest issue for me is the large size of this mouse. I am female and my hands aren't that big (6.5 inches from bottom of palm to top of middle finger, 3 inches across middle of palm). The mouse is wider and slightly taller than my old one. This makes it a little awkward and uncomfortable to grip. If your hand is larger than mine, then this will probably be great for you. I understand that Razer's demographic will for the most part have larger hands than mine. If I can't get used to the mouse, then I'll most likely give it to my husband to use and find something different.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
By Brandon Hernandez
I used to use a Logitech gaming mouse before I bought this one, and I used to think that that one was a really good mouse (technically still is) but this one blows it out of the water for gaming. Having all of the 1-12 buttons on the side of the mouse makes accessing those hard to cast spells so much easier, as it's only a thumb move away. The sensitivity is fantastic, and the Razer app lets you adjust it to your mousepad. The ring finger rest is also an excellent addition, I feel less fatigue when I use this mouse versus when I used my other one. As if that wasn't good enough, the colors are also completely customizable, the side buttons can be different color from the scroll wheel and the logo, and vice versa for each. Overall I am very satisfied with this purchase, after buying the mouse I caved and got the Razer Ultimate 2016 keyboard (the one I am using currently to write this) and I gotta say, I have been sold on their products from now on.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Good product, might try another brand next time.
By Drew T.
The mouse is an alright answer to previous models. The context of this purchase started back in 2012 when I purchased their older version of this mouse. The old MMO mouse included the same functionality (except the mouse wheel left/right clicks) for the same price. The older model included three attachments that could be interchangeable, allowing for multiple "sizes" of grip on the mouse. I really loved that feature and almost assumed that this mouse would offer the same, if not better. It did not.
+ Looks great, colors are great
+ Software is great
+ Feels alright. Took some getting used to coming from the older model.
+ Plenty of customization.
- Bulky, compared to the last version of this mouse, there is not a "small, medium, large" attachment, so you are just stuck with this one size and coming from a smaller mouse for almost 4 years, it feels clunky.
Not many complaints but coming from an older version and shelling out money for the newest greatest model just to get less functionality was disappointing. Hopefully the mouse lasts longer than what a few other users are expressing, will keep this updated if something changes.