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Razer reintroduces the left-handed Naga gaming mouse

Razer Naga

Razer has announced its latest Naga gaming mouse for left-handed gamers. The company had previously discontinued the product due to insufficient demand in the past and now seems to have a change of mind to reintroduce the product.

Razer Naga

The new version of the Razer Naga comes with 12 programmable buttons, located on the right side of the mouse and not its left side. There are also two additional buttons placed below the wheel of the mouse. The mouse has a total of 19+1 programmable buttons. Razer has designed the mouse to deliver precise actuation that can go on for up to 50 million clicks. The Razer has used mechanical switches for the buttons.

Razer Naga

The mouse also includes the Razer Focus and the Optical Sensor, which features 20,000 DPI and up to 99.6% resolution accuracy for handling gaming skills and movements. The mouse also comes with the Razer SpeedFlex cable, which has better flexibility and ensures there are no drag effects. The device also uses 100% of PTFE mouse feet to help reduce the drag and improve the ease of use.

Razer Naga

The mouse also features a design that fits the hand and with ring finger support so that gamers can enjoy longer gaming sessions and fewer stains on their finger. Gamers will be able to save up to 5 different profiles on its on-board memory. The mouse also has the Razer RGB Chroma lighting effects. Razer mentions that the MMO Naga gaming mouse makes a return to the market after the company had received numerous requests from the community.

“Bringing back the Razer Naga Left-Handed Edition wouldn’t have been possible without listening to the valuable feedback of our awesome community.” The Razer Naga for left-handed gamers is priced at 99.99 dollars (approx. 368 AED). There is no word yet on when the new mouse will hit the Middle Eastern region.

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