Razer Naga Pro MMO Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse w/ Swappable Side Plates, Black

MX00114713 Naga Pro MMO Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse w/ Swappable Side Plates, Black
MX00114713 Naga Pro MMO Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse w/ Swappable Side Plates, Black MX00114713 Naga Pro MMO Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse w/ Swappable Side Plates, Black MX00114713 Naga Pro MMO Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse w/ Swappable Side Plates, Black MX00114713 Naga Pro MMO Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse w/ Swappable Side Plates, Black

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Monday, May 2, 2022
By: Pat
From: Edmonton West

Refined product, missing dock from prior edition

Strengths:

-Very light for a cordless Mouse -Optional Bluetooth (125Hz pole rate thought) for longer battery life -Dongle storage inside mouse -Optional thumb plates are good for those who switch gaming types -Brighter LEDs than prior generations -Wireless or wired, cable included is proprietary fit but standard micro USB

Weaknesses:

-No charging dock! -Bluetooth poling rate quite low (125Hz, compared to 500 / 1000Hz on dongle) -Price

Additional Comments:

I've been a user of the Razer Naga products for a while, specifically the ones with a full 12 buttons under your thumb. This is now my third generation using these, and I have to say they've refined the product quite a bit. The software is much better laid out for button configurations, the button presses feel very smooth and crisp, and it glides very, very well as it's quite light compared to older models. There's a switch on the bottom of the mouse to switch between dongle (2.4), 'off', or Bluetooth (BT), as well as a button to switch on-board profile (can save a few). They've even improved the wireless reception, I used to get stutters every now and then on the prior models, but that seems to be ironed out. However, I have to say, I was quite disappointed in Razer's choice to not include the charging dock. It's an extra $50 USD to order, and IMO, not worth the extra money. The prior edition that included it (Naga Epic Chroma) was even $10 less in price. I'm not sure why they chose to exchange the dock for the thumb plates option, IMO the dock is more useful as it'll always keep your mouse charged. If they included the dock, and the price was say $210, maybe I'd bite. But an extra $50 USD for the dock seems very wasteful. P.S. - I've tried to fit the new mouse onto my old dock, but the charge pins are a few millimetres down/out of alignment - seems like it was made this way on purpose even though the distance between the pins and contacts are the same. Overall, it's a great mouse, much improved over older editions. If it came with the dock, I'd give it 4 or 5 stars, I'm not a fan of having to plug in my mouse to charge it!
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