Gaming Mouse: Razer Naga TrinityAug. 17, 2018
Picking any new piece of gaming equipment is always quite a challenge, even more so when it comes to your hands on equipment like the keyboard and mouse.
For me, making the choice of mouse can be dictated by what genre of game I play the most. It's quite rare for me to only be playing one genre of a game at a time. Normally I'll constantly have an MMO on the go, usually WoW, along side this I will be playing a FPS, at the moment it's Battlefield 1. You may also find me occasionally playing a MOBA or an RTS, but more often than not its an MMO and FPS.
I've tried a handful of different mouse types, all from the big brands that would normally spring to mind such as Razer, Logitech, and Steelseries to name a few.
The two mice that stick out the most to me are one of my previous choices, the Razer Naga - Molten Edition, and my current mouse the Steelseries Rival 300. I was quite happy with the Naga, it looked cool, and more importantly had a tonne of buttons on the side for me to macro everything to in WoW. When I started playing FPS more than I did any MMO, my level of content with the Naga started to drop. The Naga was designed for MMO's and MOBA's, not FPS's, this was obvious in design and its technical specs compared to other mice on the market at the time. This led to my purchase of the Rival 300, the difference in using this mouse in FPS games compared to the Naga was night and day. It's an unfair comparison to make given the time difference and target audience of both mice, but these are just my observations.
The reason I bring up my previous mice choice and usage dilemmas is because the newer Razer Naga Trinity appears to eliminate these problems. Even though it's currently marketed towards MMO and MOBA players, looking at its tech specs I think it would be more than capable of holding it's own in the FPS scene. It comes with 3 interchangeable side panels, which makes it feel like 3 mice in one. I love my current mouse in FPS, but I am sorely missing the extra buttons that I had on the Naga when I'm in WoW. I know the next time I go mouse shopping the Razer Naga Trinity will be the first mouse I look into.
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