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Razer Naga Trinity: True 16, 000 5G Optical Sensor - 3 Interchangeable Side Plates - Chroma Enable - Gaming Mouse
- INCREDIBLY ACCURATE: True 16,000 DPI 5G Optical Sensor. Up to 450 inches per second (IPS) / 50 G acceleration
- MORE WAYS TO CUSTOMIZE: 3 interchangeable side plates with 2, 7 and 12-button configurations
- MORE COMMANDS: Up to 19 fully programmable buttons
- DESIGNED TO WIN: Enhanced right-handed form factor
- POWERED BY RAZER CHROMA: 16.8 million customizable color option
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So just a few months after purchasing, my expensive multibutton mouse just became a basic two button mouse. Could have bought something equivalent for 1/10th the price.
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I DO NOT PLAY MOBO GAMES AT ALL
So I've owned the razer naga 2012, razer naga chroma (2017) and the corsair scimitar.
This mouse FOR ME is the best out of all 3
Main Positives over the mice I've used
1) It has a top tier optical sensor, rather than the (IMO) poor laser sensor that comes with the razer naga/chroma. The standard razer nagas served me well but in all honesty the laser sensors sucked especially if i wanted to play games that required high precision
2) The razer software, is FAR FAR FAR superior, than the cue software that corsair offers. I had nothing but issues with the corsair software, such as the buttons on the side repeating themselves over and over again, when CPU usage was high (70-80%+) and also sometimes, the cue software just NOT working at all, thus disabling all the buttons on the side of the mouse, forcing me to close to the software and use the on board memory which you SHOULDN'T have to do. Corsair support was useless in solving this issue. If you're an avid mmo player you know that CPU usage can get a little high in populated areas. I own the 3570k @4.5ghz
When the software was closed, and the on board memory was being used, the mouse worked fine
I understand that not everybody has had this specific issue with the cue software but even without the buttons repeating themselves issue I'd still take the razer software over corsairs any day of the week.
3) You can change the side panel, to fit your needs (to a certain extent). Personally, I only use the side panel with the 12 buttons, due to my muscle memory knows where all 12 are without me needing to think about it, and i don't see the benefit of having less buttons on the side, due to the fact that it doesn't reduce the weight of the mouse enough to warrant the change.
Here's the razer trinities major FLAW
If you read number 3 of my positives i put "to a certain extent" and here's why
The mouse is sold as a jack of all trades, but in reality it's an MMO/MOBA mouse, that can be used as an fps mouse thanks to it's great sensor. This is a very heavy mouse, and for fps games you tend to want a light mouse, that you can flick/swipe with ease at any moment and due to the fact they didn't add the option to remove/add weights, to the mouse your pretty much stuck with a heavy mouse whatever game you're playing, this could be a deal breaker, for players looking to buy a mouse for mainly FPS games, but some mmo/moba games on the side.
If they had the option to change the weight of the mouse, on top of changing the side panel of the mouse I'd say it would be the best all round mouse on the market without a shadow of a doubt
So should you buy the trinity?
1) If you're primarily an MMO/MOBA player but like playing some fps shooters on the side this mouse is perfect for you, IFcan afford the added cost.
2) If you're primarily an FPS player and play some mmo/moba games on the side this mouse MAY not be best option for you assuming you like lighter mice while you play FPS games.
Don't forget to thumbs up if my review helped you :)
First of all, you have to use Synapse 3 for it to work.. Which has got to be one of the worst pieces of software written, it's buggy, it's not intuitive, it's mostly useless.
I created multiple profiles for varying games (as you can't port them across from synapse 2) and when switching games, the software is supposed to detect the game and switch profiles... Does it?.. Nope!!!
Synapse 3 decides itself which profile it wants as the default, (regardless of whether you've picked a profile to be the default profile) and sticks with it.
If you want to change profiles, it throws a small fit, hangs for ages and maybe then allows you to change the profile, if it decides it's going to crash on you though, you have to restart synapse, (fantastic if you're in the middle of a game because it hasn't changed when it should do) if you restart synapse, don't expect it to always automatically detect that you have a naga-trinity (or any other device for that matter) sometimes you'll have to unplug and plug your device in again multiple times before synapse will recognise it (again, great if you're in the middle of a game of Dota or overwatch etc...) then when it does recognise it, don't expect it to let you switch profiles unless you quit your game and restart it.
I honestly can't believe how bad this software is, it's abysmal!! STAY AWAY, DO NOT BUY IF YOU VALUE YOUR SANITY
Then there's the mouse ergonomics, it's smoothly slippery in your hand and the buttons on the side press very very easily, meaning you can't easily stabalise the mouse in your hand without accidently pressing the buttons on the side.. (12 button pad)
Would I buy this mouse again?.. No!!!!....!!!
Would I recommend it? NO WAY!
EDIT(11/01/2020): ok, so thought I’d update this review after using the mouse for a bit and having paid so much for it, and having had various software updates, essentially I still dislike Synapse 3, you can’t use the mouse without it, though the useablity of the software has improved.
One of my main bug-bears is that whenever you change programs, although it does now change automatically if you set it up, it also splashes at least one (or two of you’ve got a lighting profile and a button profile) massive profile indicators up in the bottom corner of the screen which is annoying as hell if you’re switching apps as it takes up screen space right where the windows system tray is, and you can’t stop them from coming up like you could with synapse 2.
Other than that, I’ve managed to get it working as expected, pretty sure they’ve lost a customer here though!
Plastic too smooth
Some of the 12 side buttons are at a bad angle and hard to press
The 2 main buttons need too much weight to push in and don't springback fast enough
Scroll wheel was too much to the left instead of half between the left and right mouse buttons
So far loving the changeable side-plates. i'm currently leaning towards the circular 7 button plate for general usage/gaming and saving the 12 button grid only for games where i need that many keyboard shortcuts.
The 12 button grid is fine for 99% of games (as attested by the older nagas i've used) but having a place to rest your thumb, so not having to lift the mouse with your thumb resting on a button, makes a nice difference.
The software seems much improved from the Synapse v2.x version my old Nagas used. Only real issue is that you cannot import/export the profiles from the old version to the new, so i'm having to re-create my user profiles for the buttons from scratch. On the plus side, the software versions are *completely* separate, so you can have both open at once making the process easier...
For people wondering on this mouse vs the naga epic chroma (wireless) given my experience with my old naga epic: get this Trinity version instead. On my old epic the wireless wasn't brilliant and the battery struggled to last a days usage, so for most of it's ~6years of life i used it wired anyway. This version is cheaper, lighter and you get the changeable side plates.
I tried alot of mice and this one was both the best and most dissapointing. Literal days before buying a guy on the official reddit had complained his razer naga mouse didnt last more than 12 days before there was an issue with the click buttons. Something which has plagued them for the longest time.
I thought with the price, maybe it could be a situation where they sell so many, that the few faults get reported...sadly i was wrong.
This mouse, is so damn comfortable, fits my large hands without fault. The switch mechanic for the different sides was also just heavenly, the side buttons are all mechanical and fast click, it was the perfect mouse, i was so happy.
It didnt last three weeks before the right click didnt work. I thought and initially hoped it was myself that was the problem but after a sunday of raging because i couldnt turn in an mmo...i had to admit, it wasnt me.
The feel of the this mouse, the magnets and the quality is second to none but the internal componants just have such a bad rep before i owned this and during my time with it. I'd happily pay another 20 notes if this could just deliver internally what it does everywhere else. (And this even includes dealing with the different razer synapse software 2+3 for different peripherals from the same manufacturer).
As a PC gamer i wanted a mouse that was capable of responding fast but also had programmable buttons to make certain games easier. I originally looked at cheaper gaming mouses and wasn't sure if going cheap was the way to go. In the end I went for a more expensive mouse and i'm really glad i did. Here are my reasons why.
Mouse is larger than expected.-
I have large hands and these days a lot of computer mice and gaming mice are getting smaller the help with weight, this mouse however was larger than i expected and a pleasant surprise. It also has an ergonomic to it which helps with my RSI. Its also worth noting that although its bigger than expected the mouse is still rather light weight.
The level of customisation on this mouse is insane, not only do you get three different side pieces to use but the buttons themselves can be programmed to do some pretty impressive things from simply binding them the a Key, all the way up to using and opening programs. the RGB feature is also widely customisable and makes your set up look cool haha.
DPI and Reaction time-
For those who play faced paced games you'll know that input lag from the mouse can be a huge factor and from button lag too. The lag on this mouse is as far as i can tell minuscule. You are also able to customise the speed of the buttons and the DPI down the smallest digit.
On the whole this mouse does not disappoint. It does its job and more. I would recommend for any serious gamer and even programmers. You pay the price you get the quality.
Right click is very easy to press compared to the chroma. They have added curved edges to the left and right click so its easy to accidentally press with your 4th finger unless you consciouslymove it down further.
The software will not detect the mouse on windows startup even after a completly fresh install. I have to unplug it and plug it back in again. I am using a usb hub but have never had an issue with all previous versions of the naga.
The mouse will not remember my chroma RBG settings during initial power on and windows boot which the chroma did.
Too many buttons? swap for a panel with fewer or no buttons quickly and easily. The dpi is amazing and can be configured by clicking the top buttons on the mouse to increase or decrease the resolution. If you have a multi-screen layout, the mouse can be whizzed across the screen in a second with total accuracy.
It's also ergonomically comfortable for long sessions....
As I said... I just love this mouse.
1) The DPI Button is super sensitive and will be knocked during gaming. It can be fixed with the Razer Software by removing the number of DPI Options.
2) The Razer Software once installed will stop the Mouse working correctly. After uninstalling the Drivers a number of times as well as unplugging and replugging it back in will solve this.
3) The Scroll Wheel is also SUPER Sensitive, when scrolling it'll click in and change to the Scroll Up & Down by moving the mouse.
So those are the negatives,despite these the mouse is actually really great and the Razer Software will actually fix most of it as stated before. Change the Colour of the LEDs, Remove the DPI options, choose your Button Configs and Save your Profiles. Also the Swappable Sides are Magnetic & really sturd, they can also be changed mid-game with no issues at all.
I hope this review helps you choose to buy it, with the knowledge of some of the issues being resolved here. Enjoy your new Gaming Mouse.
Auch die Funktion Seiten in einer konstanten Geschwindigkeit mit dem Mausrad (links-rechts) zu scrollen war unfassbar angenehm zu benutzten, was man sich wirklich bei jeder Maus wünschen könnte!
Doch jetzt zu den Punkten die für mich ganz klar gegen diese Maus sprechen:
1. Wie auf dem ersten Bild zu sehen, schneidet die Maus an der scharfen Kante in meinen Daumen ein. Dies war bereits nach 5 Minuten COD spielen schon sehr deutlich zu spüren und wurde dann nach einer ganzen Runde wirklich störend.
2. Die rechte Ablage für den kleinen Finger ist zu kurz (oder meine Finger zu lang). Durch das Halten der Maus mit dem kleinen Finger und dem Daumen drückt man sich den kleinen Finger an der im Bild 2 gezeigten Ecke nach einer Weile wund. Auch hier ist nach kurzer Zeit klar, wirklich lange kann man die Maus so nicht nutzen.
3. Kein großer Kritikpunkt, jedoch in meinen Augen sehr ärgerlich, das Seitenteil mit nur 2 Tasten fühlt sich grandios an. Durch die größere Wölbung bekommt die Maus etwas mehr an Volumen und liegt dadurch toll in der Hand, leider jedoch nicht bei den 7- und 12 Tasten Seiten. Diese wirken im Vergleich flacher, was dazu führt das man die Hand weniger entspannt an der Maus halten kann.
Ich hoffe du findest diesen Hinweis nützlich und gibst eine Empfehlung damit auch andere davon profitieren können.
The first evening, I tried to install the software Synapse 1.86 on my work Mac 10.14.6 without success.
I spent about 3 hours with the US Technical Support and decided to give up with them when the "specialist" advised that I should downgrade the OS of my computer.
I managed to install the software by disabling SIP.
The next evening, I wanted to use it on my computer, but I realised that none of the modified key works with the side buttons. This happens with any application. I saw on a forum that a work arround is to install a third party software to make it work. I found it hard to believe that for a £80 mouse, I need to use a 3rd party software.
I contacted Razer's Support this morning and I have been waiting since for an email from a specialist to send me a solution.
In terms of hardware, the mouse looks good. It feels heavy an solid. Sadly, I haven't been able to use it very much so far.
In terms of software, I think it is appaling. When you go to the website, and you try to download the drivers for the mouse, you can only find it for Windows 7,8 ot 10. It seems that the developers do not know how to detect what OS you are running. I had to use google to be able to access the Drivers for Mac on Razer's website.
In my opnion, Synapse 2.0 dhas not been made for Mac OS 10.14.6. Evere since Apple introduced more security, Razer's developer seems to be in total disaray on how to adapt their software to this type of OS. Catalina is coming out soon and I don't know if it will still work.
In short, I wouldn't recommend this mouse to my entourage. Unfortunately,my knowledge in good mouse is limited. But should my issues remain this weekend, I might consider sending back this mouse and get my money back to purchase a mouse from a different brand.
Overall, not worth £90+, I actually prefer my G502...but I do need the extra keys so I'll be keeping it for now.
a couple of things to note that I was unaware of, the side/buttons, although they are RGB, they are not individual LEDs in Chroma, they can only be controlled as a group, ie mouse wheel, logo and side button panel(the RGB cannot be changed on individual numbers).
the second point is that only with the 2 button side panel are you able to use 'mouse button' 4 and 5 by default. With the 7 and 12 button options, it defaults to the keyboard keys of the corresponding numbers.
Small points I know but I thought i'd mention them, it is a great mouse and i'm still thrilled to have bought it.
I mainly play mmo or rpg games and occasionally compete competitive shooters like apex legends or pubg. The sensor is very accurate and i don't personally find the mouse very heavy, but then again I'm not a pro fps player.
I use a claw grip on the mouse, so you might have different experience if you use a different grip, but I find it very comfortable
The only complaint I have is for the moba and mmo plates. The buttons are very, very easy to press, and I find myself accidently present them a lot, especially on the mmo, 12 button plate.