Razer Naga Hex Ergonomic MOBA Gaming Mouse (5,600 DPI and 11 Programmable Buttons) - Green
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The Razer Naga Hex is primed with 6 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 6 buttons for a faster, more comfortably efficient way to access your full range of powers in your quest to hack and slash the competition.
Made to Last
The Razer Naga Hex has been designed with special switches that last up to 10 million clicks. The mouse is able to accurately register up to 250 clicks per minute, perfect for the fast-paced action of MOBA and action-RPG games.
6 MOBA/Action-RPG Optimised Mechanical Thumb Buttons
The Razer Naga Hex features 6 large mechanical thumb buttons specially optimised for MOBA and action-RPG user interfaces. Every gamer can map their 6 favourite spells, abilities, and items to these buttons for rapid actuation.
5600 dpi Razer 3.5 G Laser Sensor
No Razer gaming mouse is complete without a cutting-edge mouse sensor to deliver precision and ultra-responsiveness to your game. The 5600 dpi 3.5 laser sensor matches your mouse movement down to the exact pixel and offers additional customisable features in Razer Synapse.
11 programmable Hyperesponse Buttons
Effortlessly access more abilities and macros with 11 programmable Hyperesponse buttons, including the revolutionary Razer Naga Hex thumb grid.
Green LED Lighting
The Razer Naga Hex features bright green lighting on the mouse scroll wheel and logo.
High Performance Buttons for up to 250 Clicks per Minute
In action-RPG and MOBA games, intensive clicking is necessary to deliver relentless blows on one’s enemies. So pro-gamers need a mouse that can keep up. The Razer Naga Hex utilises special switches that last up to 10 million clicks. It also accurately registers up to a whopping 250 clicks per minute, perfect for those with lightning fast reflexes.
Razer Synapse Enabled
Enhance your Razer Naga Hex experience with Synapse, Razer’s hardware configurator with online cloud support. From sensitivity to lift-off tracking to surface calibration, you’ll be able to customise every detail. Better still, this data is saved in the cloud, so you can play your way wherever you are. Razer Synapse keeps your Naga Hex in peak performance via automatic driver and firmware updates so you’ll be on top of your game, all the time.
Razer Naga Hex Gaming Mouse
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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 ›
The mouse is well made and put together. It doesn't feel quite as 'expensive' as the G5, but it is nice with some good details. The surface is very slightly textured hard plastic which is easy to grip, and there is a rubberised area on the side where the little finger sits, which is really nice. Ergonomically it is good with a comfortable recess for the ring finger and a nicely rounded shape. It should really suit people who rest their entire palm on the mouse. It is slightly less suitable for claw grip as the keypad buttons can get in the way. I use a combination of palm / claw and found it pretty comfortable, but it does take some time to get used to having the thumb resting on keys. As a result I did get a bit of cramp in my little finger, but suspect this will reduce as I adjust from the G5. It should suit large or small hands OK. Unlike the Naga 2012 this mouse does not have swappable side panels for different hand sizes, but the design of the 2014 model should suit almost everyone.
The star of the show is the keypad on the side. 12 mechanical buttons are all within easy reach of thumb placement, although buttons 10, 11 and 12 need a little stretch. The buttons click nicely and are perfectly weighted / responsive, so accidentally pressing them should be rare. Out of the box these buttons are mapped to the keys 1 through 9 plus 0, - and =. This overcomes one of the biggest problems of MMO's which is reaching for the keys to the right of the '5' on a standard keyboard.Read more ›
And it looks amazing.
My girlfriend asked me how much I spent on it and I managed to change the subject by showing her the mouse can go pink and purple to match her keyboard.
10/10 would trick girlfriend and buy expensive peripherals again.
What this "feature" does is drop the DPI at low movement speed and so makes precision work a bit hit and miss. In a game if you turn fast then unless you land bang on your target there is a chance that when you then try to move the last few pixels the DPI will have dropped and so you might have to move further than you would have thought to close the gap.
I cannot use a mouse that has unpredictable movement, no matter how good the rest of it is, so back it went.
This isn't the first time I have been caught out by buying a mouse with this "feature", and I did give it every chance to see if I could get used to it even though I have experience of not being able to get used to it on other mice. I now know to avoid any mice with a Phillips twin-eye. Having been caught out by three mice with it, hopefully it won't happen again.
One other note, it is a small mouse. I don't even have that large hands yet it felt a little too small for comfort. So there is that to consider, even if you can get used to the DPI feature.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
9/10 great feel and size is perfect, nice feel as it doesn't feel cheap and the wave LEDs that are customisable give it a really slick look. This mouse does take getting used toPublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Feels comfortable when using it. The Chroma software is amazing and it looks incrediblePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Been using this mouse for a while (for a few months at least) and whilst the quality is comparable to my Deathadder, it's not quite as comfortable as a mouse. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Fisheth24
Good enough fit for large hands but I've had two left mouse buttons break on me. 8 months use for a £30 mouse is okay value. Its good for a first 'gaming mouse' for CS:GOPublished 10 days ago by James R. T. Pitts
When I received the mouse I was initially a little disappointed. The connection between my laptop and mouse seemed to cut out and make games lag A LOT! Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer