Razer: Naga Epic Chroma
Gaming and mice go together like strawberries and cream. And like cream some mice are magnificent and sexual, and others leave a foul taste in your mouth and your bowls exploding in pain. But on occasion you get some cream that tastes sour at first but soon you realise it is not sour, merely strongly flavoured and overwhelming to lesser beings.
What’s all this got to do with Razer’s NAGA EPIC CHROMA? Well this mouse is exactly like this -overwhelming at first, but soon the flavour grows on you and your pallet expands in new and interesting ways.
The specs for this beast:
- 19 MMO optimized programmable buttons
- 12-button mechanical thumb grid
- Tilt-click scroll wheel
- 8200dpi 4G laser sensor
- Wireless gaming-grade technology
- Charging dock
- Chroma lighting with 16.8 million customizable color options
- Razer Synapse enabled
- 1000Hz Ultrapolling
- 200 inches per second/50g acceleration
- Zero-acoustic Ultraslick mouse feet
- 7 foot/2.1m braided fiber USB charging cable
- Approximate size:
- Length: 119mm/4.68”
- Width: 75mm/2.95”
- Height: 43mm/1.69”
- Approximate weight: 150g/0.33lbs
- Battery life: Approximately 20hrs (continuous gaming)
The life expectancy of this battery depends upon its usage
To give this mouse as an in-depth of a review as possible we have spent the past few days playing various genres of video games. Going so far as to produce a long term YouTube series dedicated to a play through of Evil Genius.
My biggest, and only, issue with this mouse is the buttons down the left-hand side. I, as a person that likes to get a firm grip on my mouse, find them annoying under thumb. But I am certain most of you would not find this a problem. Especially if you’re an RPG fan. (Well we can only hope.)
Overall this beast is a decent mouse and works well with multiple genres of games and other software.
The Naga is available at Razer for around R1400.