Review: Time to Button up with Razer NagaChroma

Value: 7/10
Features: 8/10
Performance: 8/10
Usability: 8/10

Total Score: 7.6/10

Verdict: A great MMO mouse – endless combos, though a little plastic-y


Razer is one of the most dominating brand for gaming devices in the market. The name just grabs people’s attention just by its mention. Aside from its keyboards, Razer mice have fast become the preferred device among gamers. We have the classic Razer Naga Chroma on hand to see how an oldie but goodie performs.


Excellent Software Support

As much as I would like to talk about the features of the mouse, I’d like to wax lyrical about Razer’s excellent software support.As a gamer, it’s a hassle to reconfigure the mouse and its macros – it’s extremely annoying and time consuming.


The Naga Chroma is usable almost immediately after plugging it in. More importantly, as with other Razer peripherals settings, it can be saved using your Razer ID through its cloud server. Even if your mouse tends to move from one device to another, rest assured that it’ll perform the same every single time.


MMO’s Greatest Weapon

With 19 customisable buttons, the amount of combos and shortcuts are virtually endless. It may take some time to adapt to the extra buttons, but once you master it you may not know your way back to keyboard! Even if you are not using the extra buttons, you can choose to disable it and use it as a standard mouse.


Strong and Solid Build

Razer doesn’t mess around when it comes to quality, and the Naga Chroma is certainly up there when it comes to build. The USB plug is gold plated for rust prevention and better connectivity. The cable is braided for durability and more importantly, the body of the mouse seem so solid that I can’t fully fault its plastic-like disposition.


Written by Ng Thim Soon



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