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Razer USA RZ03-00440100-R3U1

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16624 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the design and build quality. The usability and size are also appreciated, but some have doubts about the value for money. There are some mixed views about the reliability.

size, usability, build quality, design

value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Razer USA RZ03-00440100-R3U1 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 98/100 = Excellent quality.

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Razer Naga Epic Review


With the introduction of the Naga Epic, Razer has split its highest gaming mouse tier into two segments. The Mamba is still the top-of-the-line general-purpose gaming mouse, but it's now joined by the Naga Epic, which runs the same high MSRP ($130) but...

Buttons take practice to use; no onboard memory; pricey

Buttons take practice to use; no onboard memory; pricey

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Razer Anansi Review


The Anansi is Razer’s MMO keyboard, a companion to the company’s Naga MMO gaming mouse. Functionally, it’s very similar to the BlackWidow Ultimate—both have fully rebindable keys, with five additional macro keys along the left, backlighting, and...

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The Razer Naga Reviewed


A few days ago, we reviewed the Razer Abyssus and it turned to be a great weapon in your gaming arsenal. This time we will be taking the Razer Naga through its paces. Named after well, a King Cobra, the Razer Naga is an mouse built specifically keeping...


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The Razer Abyssus Reviewed


Gaming mice have always been a confusing decision for gamers to make. Some mice give you 200 million buttons to use, but you end up using some or none at all. What if you wanted a high performance gaming mouse with all the bells and whistles, but...

Final Verdict The Razer Abyssus is a brilliant gaming mouse with great customization options, fantastic specs and performance as well. As mentioned earlier, a user with big hands might have an issue with its size and the driver software not being...

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Razer Mamba


There's really nothing worse than an otherwise wonderful product with one fatal flaw that brings its whole score down. The Razer Mamba is a wonderful wireless gaming mouse, with an absolutely devastating power problem.

Fiddy USB connector, anemic battery, super-chunky USB cable

Fiddy USB connector, anemic battery, super-chunky USB cable

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Razer DeathAdder


We love the shape of this mouse—it's comfortable for even the longest session—and the DeathAdder just gets better from there. The sensor delivers pixel-perfect accuracy, and we love that the driver lets us adjust everything from X and Y sensitivity to...

Pixel-perfect sensor, uber-comfortable design, and sexy matte finish kick serious ass

No on-the-fly detents in for precision sensitivity adjustments

Our only complaint is that the DeathAdder offers too much granular control for quick in-game sensitivity adjustment. Instead of dedicated sensitivity switching buttons that toggle between two or three settings, you must bind one of the mouse’s five...

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Razer Naga review


Necessity is the mother of invention.” Anyone who attended public school was told that at least once. Ah, what an innocent quote (from an age before YouTube, obviously); but there is some truth to it. If there's no need for something to change, chances...

Solid design and build quality ; Very precise, high-resolution sensor ; Comfortable ; Great mouse wheel ; Tons of buttons ; Useful control software with cloud functionality

Slightly more expensive than the competition ; No dedicated sensitivity adjustment or weight adjustment ; Unique button arrangement takes time to learn

Razer’s Naga offers an 8200dpi sensor, tons of buttons, and excellent software. This is simply everything an MMO gamer could ask for – and a little bit more.

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Razer Blade (2013)


The oh-so-portable 14-inch Razer Blade has got you covered when you want to take your gaming on the road, with an Intel Haswell processor and the latest Nvidia graphics.

Gaming on the go. Top performance thanks to 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX graphics. More than 6 hours of battery life

No Ethernet or optical drive

Razer, once known solely for its mice and keyboards, has earned a reputation of late as one of the few companies bringing real innovation to gaming PCs. The new Razer Blade (2013) is just another in a steady stream of gaming PCs, with a new 14-inch...

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Gaming mice: we test the best


It was brutal work, but we put six very special mice through their gaming paces. Find the best-looking, best-sniping, most programmable ones here.

Form-fitting comfort ; Competitive responsiveness

Cloud-centric control interface ; Resolution and other features are falling behind the competition

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Razer Naga Hex League of Legends Collector's Edition


The Razer Naga Hex gets a new look with the Razer Naga Hex League of Legends Collector's Edition, and even improves on the original.

Design will delight League of Legends fans. Matte finish improves feel. Hexagonal button arrangement is made for online battle

Button placement is a little off. Sensitive buttons lead to unwanted clicking

Razer has taken the wraps off of its newest batch of licensed gaming products, this time with gear for League of Legends (LOL). The Razer Naga Hex League of Legends Collector's Edition takes the already top-rated Naga Hex gaming mouse, and tweaks the...

Product Specifications


Apple Lightning Connector: No
Built-in Storage Capability:No / Yes
Calculator Functionality: No
Charging Unit Included: No
Chip Card Reader: No
Flexible Keyboard: No
Force / Vibrate Feedback: No
Integrated Cursor Control:No / Not Applicable
Magnetic Card Reader: No
Numerical Block Included: No
Read / Write Functionality: No
Remote Control: No
Scrolling Function: Yes
Scrolling Type:2-ways
Scrolling Wheel: Yes
Separate Mouse Included:No / Yes
USB:USB 2.0 / Yes
USB Hub: No
Voice Control: No

General Features

Battery-free Mouse: No
Gaming Product: Yes
Graphic Tablet with Mouse:Not Applicable
Graphic Tablet with Pen:Not Applicable
Input Registration:Optical Laser / Optical LED
Notebook Mouse:No / Yes
Platform:Mobile / PC / Mac
Supported Console:Not Applicable
Type:Keyboard / PC Mouse
Type of Connection:Bluetooth / Cable / Radio Transfer