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Razer Naga Hex Ergonomic MOBA Gaming Mouse (5,600 DPI and 11 Programmable Buttons) - Green
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- Precise 5600 dpi Razer 3.5 G laser sensor
- 6 MOBA/action - RPG optimised mechanical thumb button
- Gaming mouse with a total of 11 programmable hyper response buttons
- Ergonomic shape optimised for long gaming sessions with rubber thumb pad
- Razer synapse 2.0 ready
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The Razer Naga Hex is primed with six mechanical thumb buttons for the exact number of controls to suit the user interfaces of the MOBA or action-RPG genre.
Bind your skill-bar or inventory grid to the six buttons for a faster, comfortably efficient way to access your full range of powers in your quest to hack and slash the competition.
The Razer Naga Hex has been designed with special switches that last up to ten million clicks. The mouse is able to accurately register up to 250 clicks per minute, ideal for the fast-paced action of MOBA and action-RPG games.
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As with the Naga Epic, they also moved the 2 forward thumb buttons under the mouse wheel. There's a useful switch under the mouse that lets you toggle the set of 6 thumb buttons between '1-6' or 'numpad'. This gives users even more options when setting up for their games.
The mouse texture is slippy, which probably isn't everyone's cup of tea. I find both pros and cons for the rubberised/matte and slippy textures. The matte ones end up with slippy spots after being rubbed on for too long and tend to feel gummy after a while. The slippy texture on the other hand ends up with dirt smears but that is easily fixed with a wipe down or just regular housekeeping.
Some thoughts on the Synapse software: It has profile switching, which means you can have different key bindings for different scenarios. The problem right now is that the software isn't completely intelligent. For example, if I launch Game X and alt-tab out, it still notices that Game X is running, but not necessarily the active window and still uses said game's mouse bindings. This can get very annoying very quickly depending on how you've set your bindings up. I'd be surprised if this isn't fixed already or getting fixed very soon.
My only complaint for the mouse is the pricing. We struggle enough with the VAT mark up on most our tech items, but 30% more than the RRP is a little excessive.Read more ›
Having used this mouse for sixteen months I felt it was time to write a review.
1. Great programmable grid layout on the side will suit most needs.
2. Good movement translation from desk to screen.
3. Good braided cable.
4. Aesthetically pleasing.
1. Scroll wheel broke after only a few months.
2. The rubberised grip on the righthand side becomes slimy after prolong use (this is due to the bonding agent becoming warm and starting to move).
Over all the mouse does perform well. I have spent many hours playing World of Warcraft and the left hand side grid really does it's job well. The accurate and fast translation of movement from the desk to the screen is top notch. The braided cable makes you feel safe in the knowledge that you are not going to suffer any accidental damage to the USB cable. You can overlook the slimy right hand side once you get used to it.
The big issue for me is the scroll wheel failure. I find it most unacceptable as I have £5 mice that have working scroll wheels after two plus years. I believe the failure occurred due to the left and right click action on the wheel. The failure seemed to have happen after about two weeks of using the right click on the wheel to active and deactivate the numlock. I only started using this feature in the third month of owning the mouse so the wheel failed at around four months old. Very poor for a mouse that should be able to take heavy and long gaming sessions in its stride.Read more ›
It's noticeably heavier than any other mouse I've ever used. As a result I tend to squeeze it slightly when I move it which would be fine but with the buttons under the thumb I find I end up pressing them and it doesn't take much pressure to click them.
Also, I've noticed that the mouse gets warm with use, not so much that it's uncomfortable or anything but it is noticeable.
None of this has stopped me using it so I'll keep at it and see how I get on with it long term.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wouldn't recommend, I've gone through a lot of razer products and can say that you'll just end up buying another one within 6months.Published 4 days ago by James.
Not happy as the sensor has just broken and now my Razer Naga is on a go slow. How do I report this?Published 5 days ago by Christopher
I have this mouse for a year and I started to have a problem with buttons 5 and now 8 too. It would not react sometimes when click. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Barbra
Got this beast for Christmas, definitely worth the price as lasts such a long time compared to other cheaper brands.Published 16 days ago by Charlie Bramble
awesome mouse, shiny palm rest makes your hand sweat though :(Published 24 days ago by Nicholas J burland