The Razer Naga Pro has took the best features of the Razer Naga Trinity and taken it to a whole new level, adding Wireless, Bluetooth and optical mouse switches.

We will be reviewing the new Razer Naga Pro, one of this years most impressive gaming mouse. We take a look at the design, specs and price.

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The Design

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The Razer Naga Pro has kept the fundamentals from the Razer Naga Trinity which was equally already a pretty impressive gaming mouse. On the other hand, the new features on the Naga Pro packs on a 7mm of added weight making it heavier and bigger than the Trinity which comes in at 117g.

Even though the Naga Pro weighs more, thanks to its PTFE bottom it glides and moves over surfaces smoothly. One of the things I noticed straight away was that the Naga Pro was a little bigger, which also took a bit more time to adjust my hand to.

The Razer Naga Pro similarly comes with three interchangeable plates. These have 12, 6 and 2 buttons on them which then can be changed depending on your needs and requirements. Furthermore, the Naga Pro has gone for a condensed six button layout where as the Trinity had a circular 7 button layout.

Changing between the plates is really easy and just requires prying off with a fingernail and replacing with another plate that are easily attached via magnets.

The Specs

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The Naga Pro is driven by the Razer™ HyperSpeed Wireless technology, for a connection faster than most wired mice and even has up to 150 hours battery life on Bluetooth connection. In addition, it has up to 19+1 programmable buttons.

  • Connection – HyperSpeed Wireless / Bluetooth / Speedflex wired
  • 3 swappable side plates – for personalized button configurations
  • 19+1 programmable buttons – for extended controls
  • Razer™ Focus – 20K DPI Optical Sensor for cutting-edge precision+ optical sensor  
  • Razer™ Optical Mouse Switch – for actuation at the speed of light
  • Max DPI – 20,000 DPI
  • Tracking – 650 Inches per second
  • Acceleration – 50G
  • Weight – 117g
  • Battery – Up to 150 Hours
  • Form Factor – Right-Handed
  • RGB Lighting – Razer Chroma™ RGB

The Price

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The Razer Naga Pro also adds on to the already great feature set of the Razer Trinity by adding Razer HyperSpeed Wireless, Bluetooth connectivity and optical switches and for that its comes with a premium £149.99 on amazon, a whole £50 more over the Razer Naga Trinity £99.00 (which at the time of writing this, is currently on sale at £71.00).

Razer Naga Pro Conclusion

So I guess the question is… is it worth it? Our conclusion is of course, Yes it is. In addition, if you are a gamer after a mouse that is fully customizable to your needs this is definitely the mouse for you. Additionally with the ability to play multiple different genres of games such as MMO, MOBA and FPS at the switch of a plate. Not to mention that this mouse is not only practical it is ergonomic and aesthetically pleasing. In other words, if you are looking for an upgrade, then this is the gaming mouse for you.

If you want to purchase any of the products mentioned in this article, you can use the links below:
Razer Naga Pro
Razer Trinity

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