Gaming controllers are old news. Why bother adding another gadget to your already cramped desk, if you’re only going to be using it some of the time. If you’re a neat freak you’ll have to constantly tidy it away, then root around for it again whenever you want to play. If only there was a solution, oh wait a minute, there is!
Recently debuted at the 2012 CES, Razer’s brand new Naga Hex gaming mouse removes the need for multiple PC controllers. This is the second gaming mouse to come from the company, the first Naga NMO gaming mouse came with a twelve button thumb grid.
The company have simplified their latest creation, and have only including half of those on the Hex. You can assign each of the buttons to whatever gaming action you like. So if you’re a big World of Warcraft fan you’ll be able to get the upper hand over even your greatest of enemies.
If you’re worried that your button bashing ways will lead to a short mouse life, never fear, Razer assures buyers that the mouse can handle over ten million clicks in its lifetime, so it should keep even the most hardened gamers going for quite some time.
The Naga Hex has an expected release date at the end of this month, so you won’t have to wait long to use it. You’ll be able to pick one up for $70 (£50) when it is released, which I’m sure you’ll agree is reasonable for a high end gaming mouse.
Category: Peripheral Gadgets