Razer has introduced the Razer Naga Pro, an update to the Naga Trinity, which has been sold since 2017. The surcharge is 100 percent, but the new features are also quite impressive.
Unlike its predecessor, the Razer Naga Pro no longer requires a cable. Although the mouse can also be operated with a cable, the focus is clearly on wireless use. The 2.4 GHz HyperSpeed radio allows the mouse to be used for gaming without delay. In addition, a connection can be established via Bluetooth, which not only increases the battery life but also the latency. This is why Bluetooth operation is less suitable for gaming, but definitely suitable for office use.
Just like the Naga Trinity, the Naga Pro is modular. So you can choose between three magnetically held side parts. These were also revised. So there are modules with 2, 6 or 12 additional keys, which should be suitable for shooters, MOBAs or MMOs. The middle module of the Naga Trinity still had seven keys, which were arranged in a circle. Now there are only six, which can be used in two rows of three keys each. Altogether the gaming mouse has up to 20 keys.
Technically, the Razer Naga Pro is on top level. The Focus+ 20K DPI Optical Sensor based on the PixArt PMW-3399 provides precise tracking at up to 20,000 DPI. In addition, the mouse is equipped with opto-mechanical buttons that are designed to survive up to 70 million clicks. Even intensive gamers won’t get that clicked so quickly.
The battery life of the gaming mouse is up to 150 hours. These are reached by Bluetooth connection, over HyperSpeed radio there are also still impressive 100 hours. Charging is done either via MicroUSB cable or via docking station, as already known from the Viper Ultimate or the Basilisk Ultimate. Impressive is that the weight of the mouse has even decreased from 120 to 117 grams compared to the wired Naga Trinity.
Programming of all functions can be done as usual via Razer Synapse 3. In addition to assigning macros or other functions to the various buttons, you can also set the Liff-off-Distance, DPI-height and RGB-illumination in three zones. Five profiles can also be stored directly on the mouse, allowing you to switch between them at the touch of a button (under the mouse).
Technically similar to the Viper Ultimate and the Basilisk Ultimate, the price is also similar. The Razer Naga Pro is now available for 170 Euro.