Razer Naga Chroma Review – Packaging and Bundle
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Razer Naga Chroma Review – Software
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Razer Naga Chroma Review – Conclusion
There is an argument that all Naga should have the replaceable panels and we would like to see that too, however we also appreciate that this adds cost to the mouse and that may not be ideal for the majority of users. As for lighting, as always with Razer Chroma products it is nice and bright with loads of configuration options across a wide range of colours (16.8m). We can even control detail such as having the scroll wheel and thumb buttons light independently.
We are big fans of the Synapse software and it continues to perform well for us. Intuitive and responsive the cloud functionality is a bonus and that it works across a wide range of peripherals is ideal. As far as performance goes… no surprises there. The mouse tracked flawlessly on our surfaces, both Razer and 3rd party and the sensor provided decent speed which is ideal for larger resolution displays as well as some of the more demanding online games.
Summary: Exactly what you would expect… a Naga with fancy lighting. Which of course means, great performance, top notch build quality, those excellent thumb buttons and impressive software…