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Razer Introduces New MMO Mouse

Category: Mouse Pad
Posted: 08:58PM

Razer, manufacturer of some of the finest gaming peripherals on the market, has announced two new products that will be added to its main product list. The largest announcement being a new MMO mouse called the Naga that will sell for $79.99 and be catered specifically to MMO players. Many high-end features are included with the mouse, such as a 5600 dpi 3.5G laser sensor, 1ms response time, 200 inches per second tracking speed, along with seventeen buttons located on the mouse for special use in MMO gaming experiences. Software add-ons for certain titles will also be available for users to customize their Naga with to allow for more fluid gaming while playing their favorite Massive Multiplayer Online game. Along with their announcement of the new mouse, Razer is also introducing a new mouse pad named the Megasoma, which is meant to offer a medium between soft and hard mouse pads. The new surface compliments the Naga nicely, though any of Razer’s mouse pads will also do that; the Megasoma will sell for $49.99.

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slick2500 on August 20, 2009 09:38PM
17 Buttons :O
thebridgerofdoom on August 21, 2009 12:24AM
Razer has really gone hardcore with this mouse. I'm def buying it to try it out
Andrewr05 on August 21, 2009 05:38AM
That is ridiculous. ---- I'm not gonna lie I rarely use the even the TWO side buttons on my MX518... What the hell would you do with 14 extra buttons? :p
Jump4h on August 21, 2009 09:57AM
Wow, overkill anyone? I use 2 side buttons on my g9 and I could even use 3, but 12? Of course, you could get used to it..
Waco on August 21, 2009 11:54AM
Razor has WAY too many mice for sale. They really need to consolidate their lines; they are getting to be simply confusing (especially given their naming scheme).
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UngaBunga on August 21, 2009 12:00PM
You all don't know how to use more buttons because all you play is FPS. Run and gun, softheads that don't know why you need more than 3 buttons (left, middle, right). If you played a MMO like it states, then you will find many uses for those extra buttons. Also if your using photoshop, these 15+ button mice are a delight!
Waco on August 21, 2009 12:08PM
Nice assumption, but no. A numpad on a mouse isn't exactly useful nor will it be easy to use with your thumb...
gebraset on August 21, 2009 01:01PM
Going to agree with Waco here. While it's an interesting addition, I personally don't see the point in so many. I think 8 extra side buttons would have sufficed.
d3bruts1d on August 21, 2009 05:34PM
I played MMO's (top PvP on my WoW server at the time) and used the keyboard far more than I used the mouse.
GaiusMaxwell on August 22, 2009 05:55AM
You used your keyboard because you didn't have 12 buttons on your mouse lol And maybe being a pvp'er on wow isn't the best example for this mouse's use, I am an end game wow pve'er and am also playing aion closed beta and I would much rather click buttons on my mouse with my thumb than click keybinds I hate keybinds so very much but it is almost needed for end game mmo stuff, if I can put all 12 of my keybinds directly on my mouse, I am guna do it This mouse had me at 17 buttons
d3bruts1d on August 22, 2009 08:36AM
No, my previous mouse had 7 buttons. Out of which I used 4. I'm far faster with a keyboard than with a mouse. WoW was just one example. :p I can see why some people would want this... it's just a pers pref thing.

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