They say that a good workman never blames his tools – unfortunately, I know of plenty of gamers (even I myself) who tend to do just that whenever they lose a match, looking into everything else around them as the cause of that missed shot or failed move, without first examining whether one has the necessary gaming experience to end up as a professional gamer. Well, if you think that your mouse has been hampering your progress to the world’s top 10 gamer, then perhaps it is time you had a closer look at the $79.99 Razer Naga Hex Wraith Red edition gaming mouse.
This particular piece of gaming peripheral was specially concocted for hack n’ slash, MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) and Action RPG titles, thanks to the half dozen mechanical side buttons which can also be found on the original Razer Naga Hex. Apart from that, you can opt to bind a hotbar of skills or inventory items in order to play more efficiently, as the ability to have 6 crucial commands so close to your thumb might buy you that window of opportunity, as your enemies have far lesser time to react.
It is said that the Razer Naga Hex Wraith Red edition gaming mouse’s mechanical buttons are highly durable and responsive, being capable of registering up to a staggering 250 clicks per minute. If you prefer the original, then you can always still pick it up, but why take that route when the Razer Naga Hex Wraith Red edition looks so much cooler? [Press Release]
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