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Razer Naga Hex Expert Gaming Mouse Review

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   The very first target group of gaming mice was FPS gamers since due to its nature the mouse offered significantly better performance/speed and accuracy compared to both the keyboard and gamepads/joypads. Because of that and also because almost a decade ago FPS games were flooding the market it took many years before manufacturers started even considering the development of gaming mice for other game types such as RTS and MMO's. Fortunately today the market is filled with countless gaming mice designed with special features for every gamer type out there from FPS and RTS gamers up to MMO gamers. The Naga Hex by Razer which has been with us for the past weeks was designed not only to cover the needs of regular FPS gamers but also the needs of the more demanding MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) gamers who require the best of all worlds including speed/accuracy, control and extra buttons.

 

   Razer is more than just the world's leading brand in gaming. We were founded in 1998 in San Diego, California by our CEO Min-Liang Tan and our President Robert "Razerguy" Krakoff in a tiny shared office with a couple other gamers. We have grown today to hundreds of employees worldwide with offices in nine cities, including San Francisco, Hamburg, Seoul, Shanghai and Singapore. Our vision from the very beginning was to be the world's greatest gaming brand and we've set out to achieve that by designing the best gaming products that any gamer has ever seen.

 

   As far as i can recall i got my very first gaming mouse over 6 years ago and it was in fact the best Razer used to produce back then (still have it somewhere). However although back then Razer was just about the only manufacturer that actually focused in producing high quality and innovative gaming peripherals today there are many (some however lack the high quality part) which is always a good thing for competition since you can now find good gaming mice for well under 50 bucks. The Razer Naga Hex however isn't just your average ordinary gaming mouse but rather a jack of all trades since not only does it feature a lightning fast 5600DPI laser sensor and 6 programmable mechanical thumb buttons (11 buttons in total) but it also has one of the best/weirdest designs I’ve ever seen and a very good size/weight ratio. So just how good is the brand new Naga Hex gaming mouse by Razer?