How many mechanical switches before a mouse starts becoming a keybaord?
Subject: General Tech | April 23, 2012 - 04:20 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: input, mouse, gaming mouse, razer, Naga Hex Expert, mechanical keyboard
Not content with simply having 11 programmable buttons, the 6 removable thumb buttons on the Razer Naga Hex Expert gaming mouse use mechanical switches. That is not just a marketing ploy however, this will allow very quick response from the buttons as well as giving them a longer life than less rugged choices. Also included with this mouse is support for Synapse 2.0, the updated Razer mouse driver which Mad Shrimps found quite easy to use.
"The new mouse from the Naga family is Hex and Razer has built it for MOBA and Action RPGs; it comes with 6 extra buttons on the thumb side and 3 different rubber thumb rests are also provided, to suit our needs. The customization of the mouse functions can be realized by using the powerful Razer Synapse 2.0 software, which can be downloaded freely from the manufacturers’ website."
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