The Razer Naga Chroma

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by technokat, Nov 6, 2015.

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  1. thegicko

    thegicko New Member

    And I dont play dota or league or wow or any of those games. Could I use the num pad thing on the mouse for cs?
     
  2. dustinr26

    dustinr26 New Member

    Why doesn't the Razer Snake logo on the Naga Chroma light up at all? I had the old classic Naga before it died and the Snake logo would light up? There is no setting in Synapse either for the logo?
     
  3. Drag-On

    Drag-On Member

    The Naga Chroma has an LED logo in the palm area. The Epic Naga does not have an LED logo. The Epic Naga Chroma doesn't have an LED logo to make room for the battery and wireless hardware. Not having an extra LED also helps to preserve battery life in wireless mode.
     
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  4. wookie9699

    wookie9699 Member

    I'm still using the 2012 edition and it still works perfectly very happy with this product
     
  5. DeDude21

    DeDude21 Member

    Woah! The number keys on the mouse and the scroll wheel look sooooo cool!!!!!!!!!!! :-D :-D :eek_::eek_::eek_::big_grin_::big_grin_::big_grin_:
     
  6. Murakumo

    Murakumo Active Member

    I kind of liked the feel of the older sharper edges like the 2012 version, but it just died out on me (second since 2011) and it's time for something new. I've got a Naga Epic Chroma my parents are bringing over to me along with a new Blade Stealth when they visit in March, and I just got confirmation from my supplier (first Razer's free man!) in Japan that my Naga Chroma is being shipped today (to go with my desktop). With both in hand soon, I'll try to do a quick comparison review.
     
  7. just got this mouse. too bad theres no chroma workshop to customise the colour profile. any news on whether or not this will be done?
     
  8. Shin094

    Shin094 Member

    Play with lot of button like this, its not hard ?
     
  9. Theurgie

    Theurgie Member

    Not once you get use to it. Slight learning curve with memorizing what each does but you'll get the hang of it quickly.
     
  10. rruuookk3840

    rruuookk3840 Member

    I have always hated that NumPad on a mouse. It was never a useful feature for me.
     
  11. Still using my old-school Green Naga.. love it! but would love to get a Chroma one aha.. maybe with my next purchase of the Stealth Blade
     
  12. would recommend you to look at others as well. buying razer is like a lottery now. sometimes you get it in good working condition other times you don't. really disappointing. still waiting for mine to be RMAed back to me
     
  13. ToneDawg

    ToneDawg New Member

    Just got this mouse and it is epic! Totally worth the money and great precision! I also got the Firefly mouse as well.
     
  14. whats the best way to find out about new supported games for the chroma mice ?
     
  15. also anyone know where i can find the current game list ive been looking for hours with no luck
     
  16. raven1035

    raven1035 New Member

    Nope, all of my thoughts on other mice just blew away with the wind, I'm getting this one. Yeah!
     
  17. tom2672

    tom2672 Member

    Naga or Mamba?
     
  18. futureNyanzahit156

    futureNyanzahit156 New Member

    This is an incredible mouse.
     
  19. nicb19

    nicb19 Member

    What's the difference between the Naga Chroma and the Naga Epic Chroma?
     
  20. TometoTom

    TometoTom Active Member

    I'm quite annoyed. I have the Naga 2014 and I bought it just before the Chroma edition was released!

    Oh well, we all have that time. Anyway, I'm pleased with my Naga.
     
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