The Razer Naga V2 lineup is the latest from Razer, offering MMO players a huge advantage through quick access to 19 programmable buttons. Offering three swappable side plates, 19+1 programmable buttons, a HyperScroll Pro Wheel, and Razer HyperSpeed Wireless, the Razer Naga V2 Pro is next level for gaming.

Chris Mitchell, Head of Razer’s PC Gaming Division said:

The Razer Naga line of mice is widely regarded as the king of MMO games thanks to their modularity, customizability and flexibility. Sporting more scroll wheel customization options, wireless charging compatibility, and a lot of other upgrades, the Razer Naga V2 Pro is set to continue the legacy of the Razer MMO mouse line.

The side panels with programmable buttons give you the option to have a standard mouse setup with side buttons for simple features, upgrade for extra controls or go the whole hog for macros or map your favourite in-game controls to your thumb.

Where Razer continues to stand above competitors isn’t just aesthetics — controlled through the Synapse software — but the optical performance of its mice. In this case, the Razer Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor and Razer Optical Mouse Switches Gen-3 give the user outstanding control. That control is across both the tracking and accuracy of your mouse use, as well as the responsiveness of the switches when you click. In high-level gaming, the difference between winning and losing is regularly and quite literally measured in fractions of a second; that responsiveness, removed debounce delay and durability of the device means it’s an investment if you’re a gamer.

We’ve reviewed multiple Razer mice in the past and noted that the Hyperspeed Wireless is as lag-free as a wired connection. There is also the flexibility to use a Bluetooth connection if you choose to take your Naga with you on the road, or simply use it with a laptop away from your main battle station. You’ll get amazing battery life (150 hours on Hyperspeed or 300 hours on Bluetooth) so you don’t need to worry about losing connection mid-game; even if you get caught out, you can charge while playing through the provided USB-C cable.

While there’s plenty to like the price may well deter many with the Razer Naga V2 costing AU$319.00 through the usual retail channels.