The Naga Trinity is the latest offering in the long-running Naga family, and is a modular mouse that comes with three interchangeable side plates that add different functionality. In its standard configuration, the side plate features just two buttons for general usage scenarios. However, there's a 7-button thumb wheel for games like Heroes of the Storm and Diablo III along with a 12-button side plate that is specifically designed for MMO games, including World of Warcraft.
In addition to its highly customizable button arrangement, the Naga Trinity feature a 16,000 dots-per-inch (DPI) 5G optical sensor with 450 inches-per-second (IPS) acceleration, which deliver fast and accurate mousing as you go in for the kill.
The Naga Trinity is joined by the Tartarus V2, which provides gamers with the ultimate in key customization. The keypad has 32 programmable keys (an increase of seven over its predecessor), includes an 8-way directional thumbpad and a scroll wheel. The Tartarus V2 features 1000Hz ultrapolling, full anti-ghosting, and includes an ergonomic palm rest for extended gaming sessions.
“Customization is what sets our peripherals apart from the competition,” says Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder and CEO. “This mouse and keypad adapts to you: your game and your playstyle. These peripherals put the controls in your hands the way you want it.”
The Razer Naga Trinity and Tartarus V2 will be available later this year priced at $99.99 and $79.99 respectively.