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Razer Naga Trinity review: Three gaming mice in one



It’s always been hard for me to recommend Razer’s Naga line, not because they’re bad mice but because they’re not the mice for me . They’re specialty hardware, not Swiss Army knives. The original Naga and its telephone-style numpad was designed for MMO players who need a lot of shortcut keys. The Naga Hex was a compromise of sorts, with half as many buttons in a much more intuitive, ring-shaped layout. But both always seemed overly complicated to me, especially for day-to-day use. What if you didn’t have to choose, though? What if you could get the 12-button, six-button, and a standard two-button layout from the same mouse? Enter the Naga Trinity. To read this article in full, please click here

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