Razer launches Naga Trinity mouse with interchangeable side panels
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The latest Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse lets users adapt to different playstyles on the fly, thanks to the new interchangeable side panel system. As the name suggests, the mouse comes with three different side panels for the thumb area: one with only two button, one with seven, and one with twelve. The new Naga Trinity will replace the Naga Hex V2 and Naga Chroma versions.
Each side panel is specifically designed for a certain playstyle. The two-button configuration is more suitable for FPS players, while the seven-button one targets MOBA players, and the twelve-button layout favors the MMORPG players. The interchangeable side panels have the same overall contours, so the original Naga comfortable grip remains the same. The three side panels connect to the main mouse body through a 4x4 pin grid. All button layouts feature Razer’s multi-award winning mechanical switches. Moreover, the Razer Synapse proprietary software allows users to program up to 19 buttons. Razer also updated the 5G optical sensor to 16,000 DPI / 450 IPS / 50 G acceleration with 1,000 Hz ultrapolling, and included the Chroma RGB lighting system.
This mouse will be available directly from Razer starting Q1 2018 for US$99.99.
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