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Razer - Naga Epic Chroma Wireless Laser Mouse

( 4.0 Average / 9 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Razer

Model

Naga Epic Chroma

Part #

RZ01-01230100-R3U1

Color

Multicolor

Connection

Wireless

Tracking Method

Laser

Maximum DPI

8200

Hand Orientation

Right

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Reviews

prockhimself 20 points 30 months ago
from completed build Turbo Virgin Gaming Rig

hands down the best mmo mouse ever. the LED adjusting is cool and the clicks have a nice mechanical feel.

bobbylightdw 30 points 26 months ago
from completed build DeathStorm

Amazing!!

daykeem 3 points 23 months ago
from completed build Performance > Aesthetics

LED on the scroll wheel broke within a year; it always displays a hot pink colour no matter the setting. The mouse also becomes periodically unresponsive.

The only reason this mouse gets 2 stars is because the button grid is still useful.

EDIT: Shortly after I wrote this, I began having issues with my side buttons, so, 1 star now.

lolkrayd 19 points 18 months ago
from completed build Pre-Destiny 2 Ryzen 301

I hated this mouse at first because it was constantly stuttering.

But after tinkering around with razer software, I was able to reduced/remove the stuttering by increasing polling to 1000.

It is a wireless version of the naga chroma which is a fine mouse.

Flapenn 2 points 15 months ago
from completed build Streaming Build

wireless....smdh. This battery life is a joke.

bdaydog 3 points 15 months ago
from completed build Not half bad

Had this mouse for a few years (3 or so). I always use the cable. Colors are nice, but have had a couple issues with it not working right in the middle of a game. It doesn't happen sporadically, it happens once a year or so and plagues me consistently for a day or two. Not sure if it's an issue with Synapse or the mouse itself. I have cleaned the laser sensor. It happens when I pick up the mouse a little and then put it back down. Usually works great, though.

GingrManhammer 20 points 4 months ago

I used the wired version of this mouse for a while, but liquidated for this wireless one. The thumb-pad buttons are easy to find in a firefight, and incredibly useful whether playing an FPS or MMO. Sometimes the sleep setting is a little aggressive, but I've never had the mouse turn off during a game or anything crazy. Battery life is decent: lasts about 12 - 14 hours on a full charge.