The Razer Naga Pro is by far the most intimidating mouse I have ever had the experience of unboxing. It offers not one, or two, But Three fully interchangeable Panels with buttons on them.
Each panel caters for very different styles of gaming. Be it MMO, FPS or Even Battle Royale Games, But honestly, This is a really great feature that I wish more mice would come out with. Being able to decide how many keys you want on the side of your mouse and swap the panel so that you can achieve that is absolutely extraordinary. Being able to Switch from Playing World of Warcraft to dropping in with the Boys in Warzone in a matter of minutes is incredible. It’s a level of Flexibility I could see myself using every day, and do.
This coupled with the fact that the mouse like the Deathadder v2 pro comes with 3 ways of connecting to your PC is incredible. Using the Razer Hyperspeed I felt absolutely no delay.
You can ofcourse use Bluetooth as another wireless option or keep the cable plugged in if you prefer. The Naga pro is shaped really similarly to the Naga Trinity which has a really comfy grip and works well with all day use.
It also has a 20,000 Dpi Focus+ Sensor, the same type that is on the new Deathadder series which has great tracking.
The Technical Stuff
|Sensor Model||Razer Focus+ Optical Sensor|
|Polling Rate||1,000 Hz|
|Programmable Buttons||Up to 19|
|LED Zones||3x RGB|
|Connectivity||2.4 GHz USB Type-A dongle (Razer HyperSpeed), Bluetooth, USB Type-A|
|Cable||1.8m USB Type-A|
|Measurements (LxWxH)||119 x 74.5 x 43mm|
|Software||Razer Synapse 3|
This mouse right here is probably my recommendation for the best gaming mouse of 2020.
Being able to change out the panels on the fly for whatever game you’re playing is a game-changer – Quite Literally. This with the 20,000 dpi high focus tracking makes it an amazing mouse, for whatever your game of choice is.
-Great Performance on both wired and wireless connectivity
-Hyperspeed Dongle is Really Great if you have other Razer products that support it
-The Panels… Absolute Gamer Changer
-Less RGB might not be for everyone