Razer Intros Naga Trinity Mouse with Swappable Side-plates
Ron Perillo / 3 years ago
Razer might have announced that they are now in the phone business, but they are not forgetting their PC gaming roots entirely. In fact they have just announced the new Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse. It basically takes the original idea of the Naga which has multiple thumb buttons for MOBA games, and takes it into another level. In fact, it is surprising that they did not call this a V2 model. Most likely because this is all Naga mice in one.
Razer Naga Trinity Options
Whether you are a MOBA or MMO or just a regular gamer, the Razer Naga Trinity will fit your style. Out of the box, users can swap out the left side plate. Which is crucial depending on the type of action they will be in. Regular use? It has a standard back and forward 2-button side plate. The mouse also has the 12 button option of the Naga Epic, as well as the 7-button circular layout of the Naga Hex. It simply attaches through a 20-pin connector, giving users the option of up to 19 independently programmable buttons.
As for the rest of its features, it uses a 16,000 DPI 5G optical sensor with up to 450 IPS and 50G acceleration. The Naga Trinity also uses the company’s own custom mechanical mouse switches and supports Chroma lighting with 16.8 million color options.
Pricing and Availability
The Naga Trinity has a retail price of £99.99 and will be available soon via RazerZone.com.