Razer Naga Hex Gaming Mouse Review



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Razer are a world renowned peripherals brand who’s vision is to produced the best gaming gear on the planet. We’ve seen products like the infamous Deathadder gaming mouse, mechanical keyboards and even motion controllers. They are also one of the few brands who have licensed products such as Battlefield 3 and Star Wars branded keyboards, headsets, mouse pads and gaming mice. They are forever creating innovative products and believe that technology, combined with ergonomic studies and thorough testing by gamers produce the best gear around.

At eTeknix, we are all gamers at heart, so because of this, we take pride in our gaming peripherals. Today, we’re back on the topic of gaming mice. We all know that there are several main factors that need considering when selecting the right gaming mouse and these are usually along the lines of shape, size, speed and features – and of course cost. Most gaming mice never cover all these points so it’s always a difficult decision to make, that’s why there is no one gaming mouse that suits everyone,  it is entirely down to the preference of the user. Some consider Razer to be near the point of perfection for their gaming mice, so lets find out, as today we have the Razer Naga Hex.

The Naga Hex is the latest mouse to be launched by Razer, aimed at the MMO/RPG players it is in it’s “Expert” range of gaming peripherals by the company. It’s main features are its ergonomic shape, designed by engineers to maximise the comfort during those long gaming sessions. The name Hex, comes from it’s six hexagonal positioned thumb buttons that can be programmed by Razer’s famous cloud based Synapse 2.0 software. So without any further hesitation lets take a look at this rather interesting looking mouse.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Matt-Segal/100001132147231 Matt Segal

    so this mouse was made for hack and slash games predominately yet u dont review how it works with them?

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