Razer Gaming Mouse Info
In 1998, Razer launched the Razer Boomslang, the world’s first gaming mouse. It sparked a revolution in which gamers everywhere discovered that with the help of specially designed peripherals, they could play their favorite games better, faster, and more precisely.1
I had opportunity to use many gaming and non-gaming mouses (i work at firm that among other things, sells mouses). And if you ask me, Razer kills everything, no competition at all. Both in terms of soft and quality of craft. And among all Razer mouses, Naga is the one to go, no matter what kind of games you play. Finally, I would aim for 12 side button + cable + changable side panel.2
If you are willing to spend an extra $20 you should get the Razer Ouroboros, although it doesn’t qualify as a MMO mouse. Since it doesn’t have the buttons the side. But it is highly configurable with thumb and pink rests/grips. And with Razers product programming tool “Synapse” (which you can download for free from their site) you can adjust almost anything from the acceleration time to the DPI setting on all for settings. My hands are a little bit weird, so I chose this for comfort, if you have small hands you shouldn’t get it for it us bigger than it looks. In my opinion it is a good all round gaming mouse.3
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