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Razer Naga Trinity: True 16, 000 5G Optical Sensor - 3 Interchangeable Side Plates - Chroma Enable - Gaming Mouse
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- 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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If your a person who is into micro keys for editing or MMOs then yes you will probably love it and you will learn how to hold it as it does get comfortable after a while. But for the average gamer.. I can really justify the price tag. But it’s still well built and super functional
My complaint is with the layouts of the thumb buttons. The 12-button numpad and the 7-button 'Hex' aren't very comfortable or intuitive in my opinion. I find there isn't a comfortable spot to rest my thumb without accidentally pressing buttons.
With the 12-button option, the lowest row of buttons (1, 4, 7, 10) required my thumb to be rubbing against my desk surface to press them. Also the fact that it's an even, symmetrical array of buttons with only a slightly varied angle on every other row makes it difficult to quickly locate a specific key to press without feeling around first.
The 7-button panel from the 'Hex' mouse is a bit easier to navigate because of the circular layout, but still the evenness of the buttons makes it a bit unintuitive in my opinion to quickly select a key to press. And although there's a rubbery surface in the middle of the ring of buttons, the whole thing is too far back on the mouse for me to comfortably rest my thumb there without awkwardly forming a nearly 90 degree angle on my thumb knuckle. If this layout were more oval shaped I think that would've made it a lot more appealing.
Finally the 2-button panel is pretty straight forward, It's fine for FPS games or just regular use. It's the most comfortable one, but obviously not the main reason you'd be buying this mouse.
In summary, the software and ease of use for switching side plates is really cleverly engineered and easy to use. It's very comfortable if you don't mind accidentally pressing all sorts of buttons, or using the basic 2-button panel. I'd like to see this sort of technology used with better designed button layouts. If Razer would release other types of side panels sold separately that could be really cool.
After owning this mouse for a month or so, I went and bought the much cheaper Logitech G602. which has fewer total buttons, but a very comfortable groove for your thumb to sit, and buttons which are more easily distinguishable by feel. Also it's wireless, which is nice. I should mention, I bought these mice mainly for use with World of Warcraft, in which having lots of buttons quickly at hand is useful. Your mileage in other types of games may vary.
Use the 'Hex' style for Survival type games like Subnautica/Empyrion and MOBA's like HotS. As mentioned before; very convenient not having to take your hands off of the movement buttons as well in most survival games. Hex works great too for MOBA's as anyone with experience can tell you.
Also play FPS and shooters like Arma and Planetside 2 with the '2 button' style plate. Gives the mouse a Deathadder like feel. Laying down some mean kill streaks with it daily. :D
Great feel to all the attachable plates that are held solidly in place by magnets. I was kinda worried actually by the look of the mouse before I bought it. But I am more than happy with it once I got my hands on it. Really solid product.
Razer Synapse 3.0 is still in beta and the mouse is not compatible with Synapse 2. unfortunately, I have encountered some bugs on the software side as my custom macros being reset and lighting effects disappearing on two separate occasions off my list of presets which was kind of a downer but now issues since that has happened.
Overall a excellent right-handed mouse which can handle many genres and serves as 3 mice in 1.
Edit: I'm changing my review to 1 star as this mouse has gotten worse. First, it only works if you have an internet connection. Yes, you read that correctly. The mouse "works" without one, but it goes SO fast you can't even use it. So you need Razer Synapse software running, but if you don't have an internet connection, Synapse logs you out and can't manage the mouse. Synapse is what takes over the system preferences to control the mouse speed and settings, so it's stupid it needs internet to work! Also, every so often especially after your computer has been sleeping, the mouse will revert to being so fast you can't use it. So you either have to restart Synapse, or reboot your computer.
Edit 2: 6 months in, just gets worse and worse. Synapse logs you out every single time your Mac goes to sleep. You log in, and it says you have no profiles. I'm literally rebooting 5 times a day just to use this stupid thing.
The mouse comes with 3 different modules. I use the 12-button one to play RPGs like Torchlight, where I would have to press 1-10 and basically my hand would have to go back and forth across the keyboard to use these 10 skills. but with the new Naga, I could just use my right thumb for the skills, and left hand focusing on Z and X, which are hotkeys for life/mana potions. I did have a hard time finding the right key to push, but as I get used to it, it's far more convenient than using the keyboard for skills.
The 7-button one is more universal, in my opinion. I frequently use photoshop and other productivity software, and the 7 buttons prove to be quite handy when I bind them to the most used hotkeys. They are also convenient for games that have some frequently pressed hotkeys, say, ctrl for most of them, Q/F/S for Red Alert 3, etc.
For the 2-button mode, I kinda find it less interesting. In some sense, I would prefer a DeathAdder over the new Naga, because the DeathAdder is lighter and suits my habit of holding the mouse with three fingers.
And the most interesting thing about this mouse is that the three modules can be hot-switched, meaning they can be removed and replaced by another, without plugging/unplugging the mouse. I'm using laptops so this does not seem useful but imagine you are using it for a desktop PC, and you can literally switch between 3 mouses without having to reach for the cabinet, which is supposedly below your desk. Surely this mouse saves you a lot of time.
The problem with this mouse is the software. Razer's terms and conditions basically let them track everything you do with the mouse. Also, for some reason it won't load it's profile after rebooting the machine. I have to manually load the Synapse software after every reboot, then unplug and replug in the mouse for it to be detected and start working correctly again. It'll then work fine until the next time I reboot. (Note: I'm using this on a macOS machine, a Windows machine may not have this issue).
Final note, I'm continuing to use this mouse, mainly because I can't find a replacement with as many side buttons. But I'm tempted to delete the official software and use a third party tool.
However...The first thing i noticed when i installed it was how this model felt much cheaper, the buttons felt loose, the plastic felt much lighter than my previous model and somehow i felt like it wouldn't last.
Less than 3 months laster, the left click started acting on me and i couldn't drag items / windows anymore because it would stop holding the left click midway. The side buttons felt looser and the left click issue itself made it impossible to keep using it.
I considered getting the Hex V2 again. This model was of much better quality. Yet it isn't produced or at least marketed anymore. It was basically replaced by this cheap version with the 3 side panels.
So i'm officially done with Razer products starting now. This mouse was, in theory, perfect, yet it ended up being a complete waste of money.
the features are just awesome. 2, 7 and 12 button panels make it extremely versatile. the rgb feature is quite pretty, but only useful for showing off, as you'll never look at the mouse while using it. the software is extremely bloated (several hundred megs... u kidding me?), but the features are great. highly configurable dpi settings, reconfigurable buttons and macros and what not. the works. I've been using razer synapse for years, and it's always been buggy, and this is no exception. synapse 3 seems less unusable than the previous version though.
unfortunately, my mouse was faulty. holding down scroll wheel also initiates auto scroll up. did the same thing on a different computer without razer installed, so a hardware issue. returning it and will have to reconsider my options.
Me acostumbré a tener los 12 botones en el mouse, me gusta que se puedan intercambiar ya que vienen otros 2 módulos con menos botones, pero como lo uso mucho para juegos me vienen genial los 12 botones :)
Responde muy bien, es preciso y fácil de configurar.
I decided that I wanted to get a new naga, nothing is wrong with my 2014 model, I bet that thing could serve me till the day I die, but I just wanted a spare naga to use with my other devices... Anyways, I bought this naga trinity and it lacks all the good qualities of the 2014 model, it's flimsy, the left and right mouse buttons are loose, the mouse wheel has very aggressive bumps in the spinning of it which vibrates the mouse and makes a loud clicking noise, and the whole things feels like it is made of a slightly cheaper plastic. All of the button on it are very loud, in fact they are twice as loud as the keys on my mechanical keyboard.
I want to return this mouse, But I know I will not be able to find an unused 2014 model, so I guess I just have to settle for this new model.
This line of mice from Razer suffers from a faulty left click - at times it will double click, at other times it won't click at all. When I looked the issue up, plenty of people noting this appear online. There are tutorials on how to fix it, that require you to not only dismantle the mouse, but dismantle the switches. From there you must bend a small copper wire. This process is time consuming, requires you to remove adhesive pads on the mouse that cannot be reapplied after removed (making you buy new ones), and requires you to own several small bits.
This is a known fault that appears across several mice that use these switches, so why Razers insists on using these again and again is beyond me.