Any chance of a Wireless Naga Trinity? | Razer Insider

Any chance of a Wireless Naga Trinity?

  • 17 January 2020
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Title says basically everything!

Considering buying the Trinity but if there's a Wireless version in the works(with the new optical sensor hopefully! - Focus+ I think?) I'd rather wait for that. Any information you folks can give fans of the Naga series like me? Thanks in advance!


In the off chance you folks are working on one right now and are open to ideas, could you make it a modern, optical take on the Naga Epic Chroma with your most reliable wireless tech? Got one of those about 5-7 years ago and it was perfection until the scroll wheel started glitching, wireless started making sensor warp everywhere, and the 4G Laser sensor started dying. Even kept using it for a few months after those things happened because it was still the best mouse I could find for my hand and usage.

Everything about it was amazing, only thing I'd consider adding would be a little rubber grip around the 12 button side, maybe near the front, in front of the 1, 2 and 3 buttons on the thumb pad. Perhaps something you could swap out like the trigger on the Basilisk so you can choose between slippery and grip?

Would anyone else like something along those lines? Suggestions? Ideas? Think it's in the works? Appreciate any and all feedback!


What do you think?

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I would absolutely LOVE a wireless Naga Trinity (hopefully with optical switches by the time it comes out). I really miss the weight of my Naga Epic Chroma.
I agree PT.Singer, the weight(or lack of) of my Basilisk leaves a little to be desired after being used to the Naga Epic Chroma - had to change some settings for Overwatch when I swapped and I still don't have the steady aim I had with the Naga!

Maybe some adjustable weights for the Naga Epic Chroma V2?

Assuming you can't feel or hear a rattle from the weights jiggling around in their compartments that would be fantastic - micro adjustments rather than larger steps, maybe 5g each?