Razer Naga Pro Short Review

Andrew Perry

Andrew Perry


September 22nd 2020

In the high-end wireless gaming mouse market, Razer Naga Pro is definitely the best choice. It has the unique ability to swap thumb rests to adapt to different types of games, and in addition to providing excellent performance and wireless, it is also equipped with reliable software. For those who play MMO, MOBA and FPS games, Razer Naga Pro is the most suitable gaming mouse.

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The Razer Naga Pro has a sleek black case with Razer's Chroma RGB on it. It measures 4.7 x 2.9 x 1.7 inches and weighs 4.13 ounces. There is an RGB illuminated Razer logo on the palm rest, and the upper part adopts a standard design, including left and right clickers, RGB illuminated scroll wheels and two DPI buttons.

The highlight of the Razer Naga Pro is the left side of the mouse, which is equipped with three different interchangeable panels. There is a standard two-button side panel with the largest thumb rest; a 6-button side panel to reduce the thumb rest; and a 12-button panel to completely remove the thumb rest. When you remove these panels, you will find a 2.4GHz USB receiver installed below them. The 12-button panel is equipped with RGB lighting.

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Overall, Razer Naga Pro does not feel uncomfortable, but in terms of ergonomics, you may need to learn some experience from Razer Basilisk Ultimate.

Razer Naga Pro's performance in games is incredible, and it is suitable for multiple game types due to its interchangeable panels, so it feels natural when playing FPS, MOBA and MMO. Razer Naga Pro is powered by the Razer Synapse application and is equipped with fancy mouse-related technology.

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Thanks to the addition of a 12-button side panel, you can configure up to 20 programmable buttons through the "Custom" tab in the Razer Synapse app. The "Performance" tab includes sensitivity settings that allow you to customize DPI between 100 and 20,000 in 5 stages.

In the "Lighting" tab, you can customize the three main lighting areas, including the Razer logo, scroll wheel and numeric keypad. You can customize it with basic lighting such as "breathing" or "spectral cycle", or you can enter Razer's Chroma Studio for more detailed customization options. The other two tabs in the application allow you to customize the calibration and power mode of the mouse.

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Razer Naga Pro has an optical switch, which is said to be more durable than a traditional mouse. According to Razer, they have 70 million clicks.

Razer Naga Pro lasts up to 150 hours on Bluetooth and up to 100 hours on 2.4GHz USB input Razer HyperSpeed ​​Wireless.

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