Razer Naga Trinity
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  • Great for MMOs
  • Interchangeable side panels
  • Low latency
  • Hyper speed wireless connection
  • 20 customizable buttons

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Officially Getting The Double/Mis-click Issue
Getting the double clicking problem and can't properly move cameras in games like WoW or FPS games. When holding the right click and moving the camera, it randomly "stops holding the click" even if you never lift your finger so then the camera stops moving. Then it catches up and starts clicking aga...
1/5
Chris
4 years ago
amazon.com
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5 Best MMO Mice - 251 Tested - Spring 2022
If you play a variety of game genres, check out the Razer Naga Trinity. It doesn't feel as well-built or have a sliding side panel to fit your hand size like on the Corsair SCIMITAR RGB ELITE, but it has three interchangeable side panels with different button layouts to best suit the game you're cur...
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RTINGS
6 months ago
rtings.com
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Razer Naga Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
The “ultimate” version of Razer’s modular MMO mouse features significant, useful upgrades, but some gamers may not appreciate its relatively flat shape.
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Mike Epstein
4 months ago
pcmag.com
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Ironically, I was messaging Support back (which, is a hassle in and of itself) of their crappy Naga Trinity that I've been using for almost 2 weeks (bought previously, brand new PC build and didn't need it until I got everything put together) giving me connectivity issues. Bought through BB (got it returned, yay! ), and their Keyboard was skipping keys (I think it was having an off day because that stopped for some stupid reason) and I noticed that the light strip on the bottom of my Lian Li razer edition O-11 case is busted.
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TiffyBears
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This month marks 9 years of using the Razer Naga Hex, no plans to upgrade.
Yeah this was my best mouse by far I had mine for 7 years before started double clicking but I was using it everyday for long hours and some intensive gaming. After my Naga hex started to double click I got a Naga Trinity but lasted for 2 years before double click started and I got another one afterwards but this one only lasted for 2 months and started to double click. Now I got a Viper for 3 months and so far so good but I doubt it will last as long as my Naga Hex did.
Double clicking after only 3 months, but that's not the only problem...
So about 4-5 months ago my Razer Naga Chroma had a problem with two of the side buttons (1 and 7) requiring significantly more force than intended to actuate. I wasn't surprised that the mouse was having problems, as I usually have to replace Razer mice after a couple years or so, and this one was r...
1/5
Randy the Really Rad Reviewer
4 years ago
amazon.com
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I just talked with Razer support, and I am amazed how they are still doing business. I have a faulty Naga Trinity mouse, just 3 months old. It has a classic double click issue, which occurs from time to time but frequently.
Razer Naga Trinity
The Razer Naga Trinity is a great, versatile gaming mouse thanks to its swappable side panel design. Whether you play FPS or MMO games, you'll find a button layout that's good for you. This is a wired-only mouse with very low latency, which is great. It's also compatible with Razer Synapse 3, which ...
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Alexandre Meunier
4 months ago
rtings.com
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Synapse 3 is the problem.
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 ...
4/5
Bill Milford
4 years ago
amazon.com
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3 weeks old, used about 10 times, already coming apart! Razer won’t replace them.
The first headset lasted me a long time and I enjoyed them, got the razer nari ultimate for $200 and they’re h o t garbage. They’re nice and comfortable when they work, but I had to have them plugged into the charger for them to work, and even then, it was only stereo. I couldn’t use the surround sound or whatever because it would crackle.
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TiffyBears
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Specs

Device Type

Mouse

Orientation

Right-handed

Width

2.9 in

Depth

4.7 in