RAZER NAGA TRINITY: True 16,000 5G Optical Sensor - 3 Interchangeable Side Plates - Chroma Enable - Gaming Mouse

RAZER NAGA TRINITY: True 16,000 5G Optical Sensor - 3 Interchangeable Side Plates - Chroma Enable - Gaming Mouse

Experience the power of total control in your hand, no matter what game you play. Designed to provide you that edge you need in MOBA/MMO gameplay, the Razer Naga Trinity lets you configure your mouse for everything from weapons to build customizations so you’ll always be ahead of the competition.

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I've been using this mouse for about a month now. Coming from a 400-4,000 DPI mouse, this is a definite upgrade. The 5G optical sensor they threw into it is one of the fastest sensors on the market, and the Ormond switches are top-of-the-line. But even that's not the best part about this mouse.

The best part about it is the price. I know, $100 is a bit much for a mouse. I get that. But when you consider exactly what you're getting for that $100, you're getting the best deal.

We'll start with the standard 7 button mouse. The closest relative to this configuration is the DeathAdder Elite Chroma. The only differences between the Naga Trinity and the DeathAdder (replaceable button panels notwithstanding) are the texture under the two buttons on the panel and the fact that the Naga Trinity has a 'shelf' for your ring finger, where the DeathAdder does not. The DeathAdder is $67.99.

The 14 button configuration (this one has the 7 button MOBA panel) is most closely resembled by the Naga Hex V2. In fact, it's a perfect representation of that particular mouse. The Naga Hex V2 is $44.99 refurbished, and $74.49 new (and that's the least expensive option).

In the 19 button configuration (this one has the 12 button MMO panel) is a perfect representation of the Naga Chroma MMO mouse. If you were to buy a new one, this one would cost you at least $93.00.

Add all those up, and you get $235.98. But you're getting the functionality, RGB, Chroma, Synapse (more on this later) for $100. Tell me again where you'll find another deal like that. Not to mention the fact that it's a really good, smooth, fast mouse with a different mechanic on the mouse wheel. It rocks left and right, and it's set to scroll websites and documents without rolling the wheel. And of course, you can program each individual button for individual tasks, depending on the situation. They say you have to reboot your computer to change out the panels, but that's simply not true. Synapse recognizes the changes on the fly, and the mouse doesn't suffer any adverse effects. Pop one off, put another one on. Simple.

So... why the 4 stars? Synapse. This version (Synapse 3 beta) is something I hope they continue to work on. It's lost the intuitive feel previous versions have had. And no, previous versions weren't perfect. In fact, it would often stop loading profiles, do strange things to the lights of the BlackWidow X Chroma, then load a single color profile. Of course, when that profile was no longer needed, Synapse would reload the desktop profile, and everything would be fine again. Synapse 3 made it harder for me to program an RGB profile for the keyboard. However, I can set individual functions to individual buttons on the mouse. For instance, the BlackWidow X Chroma doesn't have volume controls without using the FN key. I programmed those three functions to the mouse's 7 button panel. If Synapse gets better, I'll change the rating. However, until it does, I'll just hold onto that star. I hope you're listening Razer. You claim to be 'by gamers, for gamers'.

Was meant to replace my Naga Epic but the keys on the hex and the double button, just feel cheap and they're so easily pressed. There's reviews that say the same thing, the 12 button pad is nice; but I get that on the Naga Epic standard, no reason to upgrade. Reason for high review, is it does the job, it's just not for me, and it's very pretty. Love that it can be used with the Synapse 3.0, and you can do the custom colors to match the Ornata keyboard I use; unlike the Naga Epic.

Works great the seamless transition from the different covers. I like to play a wide range of games FPS, RTS, and MOBA's and it does what I need it to do very well. My main complaint is that the RGB lighting could be better and they could have put some higher quality buttons on the side.

I got mine on sale so for the price it was worth it to me, but I can definitely say that buying this MSRP would not be worth it.

I own the Razor Naga 2014, Naga Chroma, Naga Hex V2 Then tracking issues and lift off jumps ended my using them. The Razor Naga Trinity is the mouse I have been waiting for. The new 5G Optical Sensor makes this mouse the best and most comfortable mouse I have. Which I have wasted a lot of money trying to find my perfect mouse. I own the G502, G703 lightspeed great mouse not enough buttons, Steal series 500 , ROCCAT Nyth Needs better sensor , MIONIX NAOS 7000, and a few more. So when Razor finally put the top notch Optical Sensor on a mouse whos button layouts I'm already familiar with my search for my perfect mouse has ended.

All the buttons are nice and tactile, the side plates are easy to swap and super useful, the mouse is comfortable, and the sensor is great. This is a versatile and decent mouse for all types of gaming and gamers. It's probably the best 12-pad mouse there, in part because you can take the 12-pad off for games that don't need it. It does very well when used as a normal mouse, and holds in own in CS:GO and Overwatch.

The mouse is awesome, works perfectly, the panels are switched easily. 16K DPI is amazing, you can change it on the go. This model can store up to 5 profiles with different settings and button bindings inside its built-in RAM, and you can switch them without any software with a special switch on the bottom. The switch has a LED indicator with different colors, so you can identify the current profile (you can manage this in a Razer Synaps software and store it in mouse’s memory.) This is my third Naga, the previous ones are still working (the very first one is 8 y.o.) - that’s some quality for you :)

It's like having the best of the razer mouse lineup all in one. I use the 12 key attachment the most coming from the original nagas, though I have used the 7 key circle here and there and so far love it.

Personally I have had good luck with my Razer items. This one is no exception - its great. The side pannels connect magnetically, though I doubt I will use anything other than the 12 button much. The size is nice, the 12 buttons are larger and easier to hit the high digits. Really happy with this mouse.

I love this mouse been using it a few weeks only drawback I have is the 12 button side is flat hard for some to determine which button is which on the fly. Several internal memory options great for several game and you can even change the side mid game and it has saves for each side based on what you program each button for.

Great product but be warned: Razer Synapse 2 does not detect the Trinity and you will have to use Razer Synapse 3 which does not carry over any profiles. Will have to remake all your profiles from scratch. Dumb.

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