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A couple of months back, veteran games hardware manufacturer Razer revealed an interesting new gaming mouse: the Razer Naga Hex. Continuing the company's serpent theme, the Naga takes its name from the Sanskrit word for cobra and like its namesake it is uniquely distinct from its peers. With a six-button rose under-thumb, this device has been specifically tailored for a single game genre, the MOBA RPG (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) that includes games such as DoTA, Heroes of Newerth and League of Legends and MMO Arena PvP.

AusGamers regular, Nachosjustice takes a closer look at the Naga Hex and puts it through it's paces in a number of different scenarios and you can find his thoughts on the matter in this hardware review.



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