Expanding its range of lightweight and affordable gaming devices, Razer just announced the arrival of your new Razer Naga X mouse, a reversal of its peripheral focused on MMORPG or MOBA players, with no less than 12 programmable buttons located on its internal side.
Specifications Razer Naga X
|Sensor||Razer 5G Advanced Optical Sensor with 18,000 DPI|
|Buttons||Twenty configurable Hyperesponse buttons:
·1 button on the scroll wheel
·1 secondary button at the top
·16 secondary buttons on the left side
|Maximum speed||450 IPS|
|Maximum acceleration||40 G|
|RGB lighting||Razer Chroma with 16.8 million customizable color options|
|Connectivity||Speedflex cable with USB output|
|Dimensions||119 x 74 x 43 mm|
|Price||From 89.99 euros|
Retaining all the main features that characterize its family as a favorite among MMO gamers, the Razer Naga X is presented under an impressive weight reduction, down to a lightweight 85 grams that will allow us to get even more out of its use.
However, this reduction will be limited to the area of weight, maintaining the use of a Razer 5G Advanced optical sensor with a resolution of up to 18,000 DPI and an accuracy of 99.4%, Razer Speedflex flexible cable for unrestricted movement, and 100% PTFE Teflon sliding feet. Also, when it comes to your switches, both left and right click will make use of the 2nd Generation of Razer Optical optomechanical push buttons, which in addition to a useful life of up to 70 million clicks, will offer us an impressive ultra-fast 0.2 millisecond response time.
Regarding its design, we once again find ourselves with an ergonomic format designed for any type of hands, large or medium in size and comfortable for any claw or palm type grip. It is true that at the moment the Razer Naga X has not presented a left-handed variant, although given the previous existence in the original Naga, it would not be surprising that we see it in the future.