Razer Naga Trinity Review: Gaming Mouse with 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor

Today, we are going to present to you a gaming mouse intended for the most hardcore among you. This is the Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse.

After getting to grips with the Aorus M5 mouse as well as offering us the test of the Steelseries Rival 600, we give you our opinion and present our complete review of the Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse.

Unboxing the Razer Naga Trinity

The packaging reflects the brand’s image: black and green. The image of the Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse sits in the center of the box and the brand logo at the top right. Another logo is present in the lower right corner. This is the Razer Chroma. Finally, at the bottom left, we have the name of the product as well as precision as to its usefulness: ” Moba / MMO Gaming Mouse “. We can add to that its use for FPS.

Razer Naga Trinity

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On the backside, we find three technical characteristics, the most important. The first being its maximum DPI (16000), the second is for the interchangeable side panels. Finally, we have up to 19 programmable buttons. A translation of what we have just described is displayed in several languages.

Design of the Razer Naga Trinity

Taking the outline of the original Naga, the Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse is rather imposing. It is much wider and taller than the Prodigy that we were also able to test. Going from a Logitech MX518, the balance, to a Prodigy, much more compact, it took us some adaptation time to get started with this Razer Naga Trinity. Its more rounded shape, more imposing, can disconcert during the first hours of use.

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Anyway, after some muscular games on Overwatch and totally different positioning of the hand, this Naga Trinity turns out to be an essential partner! Our hand perfectly matches this mouse. Indeed, the ring finger is perfectly positioned on its finger rest. On the other hand, this Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse may not be designed for small hands. In any case, there is nothing to complain about as to the comfort.

The real plus of this Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse from Razer is undoubtedly its trinity! The Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse comes with two additional slices. We’ve all asked ourselves this question: “Which mouse will I choose?” A mouse for my favorite MMOs or to play FPS with my friends? The question no longer arises with the latest from Razer.

Indeed, the three left slices provided make it possible to transform this mouse into a classic Naga. Rather intended for MMOs with its 12 programmable buttons under the thumb, the design is clearly designed for this type of game. Then, you can make it look like the Naga Hex V2 with this time 7 buttons arranged around. Finally, a last more classic installment allows innovation in terms of Naga.

With that last installment, we just have two buttons overhanging a rubberized grip. The design is more classic but is more intended for FPS. The switches used are of the mechanical type. They provide “audible” feedback, according to Razer, ” to be assured of all activations “. These slices are magnetized and do not risk falling at the slightest impact. The idea is excellent and the change is easy as pie.

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Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse is equipped with a braided cable with a length of 2.10 meters. The perfect length, no matter what desk you have. A braided cable exudes strength and isn’t too heavy. This has the advantage of leaving your Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse perfectly still. We have seen our mouse move all by itself because of the cable hanging from our desk. With the following dimensions, 119 x 74 x 43 mm, it remains very light. Indeed, it only weighs 120 grams with its cable.


The most interesting feature in our opinion remains its switchable side panels. There is not much to say about these panels. Obviously, they work perfectly, transforming the mouse as you like. The magnet works very well, there is no risk of the panel falling on its own.

Apart from this innovation, the Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse is no exception to the rule using Razer Synapse 3 software. The software is still in beta but has evolved significantly since the last versions and is now perfectly usable. This software is used, as with all other devices, to reprogram buttons, create individual profiles, etc.

It can also change RGB lighting, adjust and save your DPI settings (between 100-16000). As much to say to you that you will never play at 16000 DPI! We tested this setting in Overwatch, a now world-famous FPS, and the result was final: unplayable!

The software can be considered smart in that it automatically recognizes which side panel you have chosen.

A function called “Hypershift” is also available. It allows you to completely change the role of the keys when you keep the button of your choice pressed. You can also program a host of macros, which is of course a huge advantage in MMOs.

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What is this Razer mouse worth on a daily basis?

We have been able to test the Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse for a while and the result is pretty good. The comfort is incredible even over time. The ring finger support is really a plus. The design of this mouse has been designed to ensure optimal comfort but also foolproof precision. Indeed, we have seen from our first gaming sessions that the design of this mouse brought greater precision. Unlike the recently tested Logitech G203 Prodigy mouse which was too compact, this one fits perfectly in the hand.

That feeling of getting killed when you are sure you have fired before your opponent does not exist with the Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse. Indeed, we never had this feeling when we played FPS. The response time is excellent.

Conclusion of the Razer Naga Trinity

In conclusion, we were able without a doubt to test one of the best mice of the moment with this Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse.

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