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Razer Naga Trinity 16,000 DPI 5G Optical Sensor

Friday, September 21, 2018

When it comes to gaming mice, you want a gaming mouse that is comfortable to grip and tracks properly and smoothly!
With the Razer Naga Trinity, you get all of the above as well as other neat features like three interchangeable magnetic thumb panels (12-button panel, 2-button slope panel and a circular 7-button panel).
The thumb panels attach to the body of the Razer Naga Trinity by magnets seamlessly so you don't feel the joins when gripping the mouse.
Both the 2-button panel and the circular 7-button panel feature a rubber grip surface which you also find on the right ride of the body of the Naga Trinity mouse. 
All buttons, including the buttons on the thumb panels have good tactile feedback and an audible click to them. The mouse click latency is around 2.0ms so clicking is very responsive.
You can technically use the Naga Trinity mouse without any thumb panels but why would you do that, right?
The Naga Trinity is made of rough textured plastic with smooth matt black finish and the mouse has a rather unique design featuring a step ledge on the right side so you can rest all your fingers comfortably. This design means, the Razer Naga Trinity is for right handed use only.
The left side of the Naga Trinity is more of a straight edge without any sort of step for resting the thumb but as mentioned earlier you get rubber grips on two of the thumb panels to hold the thumb comfortably in place.
The top front and back sections of the Naga Trinity mouse have a rounded shape perfect for a comfortable palm grip. The hump of the Naga Trinity mouse extends from the middle of the mouse to almost halfway to the back so you get a comfortable hand elevation.
the Naga Trinity also weighs 120 grams so it's pretty lightweight.
Looking at the base of the Naga Trinity, you find a profile button, three rubber feet sections which glide smoothly, and a profile led indicator.

Measurements include 7.2cm wide, 11.7cm long and 4.4cm high making the Razer Naga Trinity ideal for medium size hands up to 20cm hand length and 10cm hand width.
1000 Hz Ultrapolling rate
If you plan to use the Naga Trinity with fingertip grip, you will need at least an 18cm hand length so your fingers can reach the right and left click buttons.
The Naga Trinity mouse has a 50G acceleration malfunction speed which is very high so the cursor doesn't spinout in-game even when doing the tilt slam test which is great if you plan to play Overwatch using heroes like Tracer, Mccree, or Widow who are great for rocket jumping.
The 5G optical sensor makes also the sensitivity of the Naga Trinity mouse very good so you can smoothly track to 16,000 DPI at 450 inches per second (IPS) without delay.
The Naga Trinity 5G optical sensor can also handle lift-off's of around 1CD's (1.2mm) lift-off distance which is great if you are someone who likes to lift the mouse off the pad to make quick turns.
2-meter long flexible braided cable
RGB lighting is a cool feature in a gaming mouse and the Naga Trinity lighting is powered by Razer Chroma so you get 16.8 million customizable color options and lighting effects including breathing, reactive, spectrum cycling and static.
Razer Naga Trinity uses mechanical switches with similar feel to Cherry MX switches so you don't have to click all the way down to register a clickpress.
The Razer Naga Trinity mouse scroll wheel is a cross between a notched and smooth scroll wheel. You get grippy notches as well as smooth and precise scroll operation with tactile feedback so you know how much you've scrolled.
The Razer Naga Trinity also comes with onboard memory that can record macros and can store five profiles including four user defined slots and one current Synapse profile.
the Naga Trinity lets you program up to 19 buttons
rubber cable management strap

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