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Razer Naga Epic: New Customisable Gaming Mouse Price & Specs

Razer is well known for their input devices and in particular their gaming mice. We previously brought you news of the Dragon Age II themed DeathAdder gaming mouse. Now we have news of another the Razer Naga Epic.

This is by far the most customizable mouse we’ve ever come across having 17 programmable buttons. The black device has some attractive features in addition to its practicality, including a cool color changing LED.

The parts on the device that are included in what can be customized are the side panels. These can be changed to suit your grip adding to comfort and allowing optimum control in order to get the best experience from gaming.

As mentioned before the mouse comes with 17 MMO-optimized buttons that are all programmable to again suit the user’s needs. Included in these buttons is a 12 button thumb grid. Other specs include 1000Hz ultrapoling, 5600dpi precision laser sensor and can be used with its cable or wirelessly. More details about the specs can be found at Razerzone.

This device is not cheap as far as computer mice go setting you back $129.99. But I’m sure you’ll agree with us the Naga Epic’s the perfect answer to those hardcore gamers’ prayers so it’s well worth the money. What do you think of this gaming mouse? Let us know in the comments below.

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Written by Chris Cook

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