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The Razer Naga Epic MMO Gaming Mouse is the upgrade to the original award-winning and massively popular Razer Naga that shifts the balance between the keyboard and mouse with its 17 MMO-optimized buttons.

The Razer Naga Epic takes it one step further by combining this with the dual mode wired/wireless functionality and interchangeable side panels, designed by the world-acclaimed Razer ergonomics team, which provide an optimal fit for various hand sizes and grip styles so you can raid in comfort for hours on end. With the Razer Naga Epic, prepare to Get Imba again. From the casual MMO gamer to the serious hardcore raider, the Razer Naga Epic will take you to the head of the pack in both PVE and PVP action.

Buff it with the Razer Anansi MMO gaming keyboard to use the Razer Naga Epic's 12-button mouse keypad seamlessly with the keyboard's 7 thumb modifier keys, giving you an unprecedented level of battle control while dual-wielding the world's most phenomenal weapons for MMO gaming dominance.

  • newegg 17 MMO-optimized buttons Effortlessly access more abilities and macros than ever before with 17 mouse buttons including the revolutionary Razer Naga thumb grid. The Razer Naga Epic’s driver software allows you to easily organize your key binds and character abilities for any game by enabling you to fully remap and assign macros to all 17 buttons. In addition, the Razer Naga Epic also features downloadable in-game addons or integrated in-game support for the most popular MMO games. (Available for World of Warcraft and Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning, City of Heroes and more)
  • newegg Dual mode wired/wireless functionality Experience true gaming-grade wireless connection that allows you a greater variety of movement without any sacrifice of mouse control or accuracy. The Razer Naga Epic’s dual mode wired/wireless functionality allows you to switch between a wireless mouse mode to wired mouse mode – with zero downtime as your mouse charges while in wired mode.
  • newegg 3 Interchangeable side panels for ergonomic fit Three interchangeable side panels designed by the world-acclaimed Razer ergonomics team provide an optimized fit for different hand sizes and grip styles, giving you maximum ergonomic comfort to last through those marathon gaming sessions.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
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  • Eli A.
  • 10/10/2015 3:54:03 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsTerrible Overall Quality in Both Hardware and Software

Pros: Decent range of DPI options and further customization,

the 12 button num-pad can be pretty useful,

functions pretty well given the software and hardware don't have any of the commonplace malfunctions

Cons: Both Software and Hardware are hit or miss on if they sustain functionality for a long usage period, with disconnect issues being extremely common. (Had issues with the software forgetting my preset DPI's, dropping out the cursor and clicking ability on reconnection, and outright inability to turn on after brief disconnects.

Brief disconnects are common as ever in specific setups on the mouse, and can continuously repeating until the mouse is completely disconnected, which can lag severely for some. Most notably from my multiple years of using mouse, i found that trying to use the mouse in cable mode while the battery is either not inside the mouse, or if the batter is not fully charged. Since Cable mode and recharge mode are the same dial point on the bottom of the mouse, the mouse will sometimes suddenly think it is in charge mode, but will only turn on and off to simulate the pulsations of light as it charges. When combined with the above point, you are left with a high chance of the mouse suddenly turning on and off repeatedly, lagging your pc, while eliminating the mouse entirely. Better yet, disconnecting the mouse and reconnecting has the chance of locking out the mouse, as previously mentioned, thus taking several reconnection attempts, a complete reboot of the hardware, or a reboot of the pc to eventually resolve the issue. The latter of the three being most common when coming out of sleep modes or even sometimes on static boot.

Overall, can be fine, but also can be a torturous wad of sadness.

Other Thoughts: I got this mouse completely for free from a friend of mine whom had returned their previous 2 after their hardware either didnt work at all on arrival, or had components fail within only 4 months of purchase. Of course, I not thinking that a 200dollar mouse, at the time, would be such a sad venture, i wouldn't have happily taken it from him. Despite my hardware being functional, the disconnection issues I had were distressing to say the least, whether they be from a shotty cable or a just bad overall design ( having the corded mode and the charge mode for wireless be linked for whatever reason).

Point being, I got this thing completely free and have been using it in silent misery for 2+ years now, partially because I'm too apathetic to try to replace it since it is a "top of the line" mouse, and partially because I secretly like the abusive relationship i have developed with it, I mean, it does glow.

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  • Anonymous
  • 6/28/2015 3:19:42 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsFor me, worth it

Pros: · Great mouse
· Works fine
· Lights work just like the new chroma version on razer synapse

Cons: · Comes with these little rubber things to put on the side buttons to get to certain buttons easily but they also slide of easy, good concept though
· Nothing in particular

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  • Stephen L.
  • 2/13/2015 7:50:34 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsNot Worth the Cost

Pros: Great mouse when it works. I couldn't be happier with its functional performance.

Cons: This device lacks the kind of durability and support I would expect of a product that costs this much. I paid full price for this thing on Razer's own website, and for that, I got a great mouse that didn't survive the warranty period.

Two months before the manufacturer's warranty expiration, the right mouse button refuses to acknowledge that I'm holding it down. "Pressing and holding" functions the same as if I had just clicked once. This is an MMO mouse ... and in 95% of MMOs, you hold the right mouse button to enable mouselook navigation. So that's a pretty severe issue for this mouse to develop. This malfunction has rendered me a keyboard tuner, and there's hardly a more ignoble status for a raider to achieve in an MMO.

Other Thoughts: The RMA process is disappointing, as other have noted. I don't have much to add to what others have said about the poor durability and poor customer support over at Razer.

People who give this device 5 eggs have done so because theirs hasn't failed yet, because it's worth 5 eggs before it fails. That's why I deigned to give this thing 2 eggs. If you're interested in paying this kind of cash for a device whose lifespan isn't likely to extend beyond the manufacturer's warranty, and if you want to hassle with Razer's RMA process, then buy this thing, and enjoy every second that it lasts. I never expected a company as well-known as Razer to have a customer service and RMA process that is, evidently, designed to be obtuse. It's almost like they prefer if I never buy from them again, because that mission is accomplished. There are plenty of competitors now in the market of "12-thumb-button MMO-mouse," which wasn't always true. Now that there valid competitors, I recommend going with one of them instead.

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  • Tony G.
  • 2/13/2015 2:12:23 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsThey break easily

Pros: If you want to be great in MMO's then this is the mouse for you. When it works its the best on the market due to all the buttons.

Cons: I've owned two of these mouses. The first one I turned in after a few months due to double clicking issues. Then the next one lasted me a litle longer but now its having right clicker mouse problems. It comes lose in game when holding it down to turn. They don't make things these days to last long.

Other Thoughts: I would recommend Logitech products if you're looking for long lasting gadgets.

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/4/2015 1:33:13 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsLove it

Pros: I've been using Razer game booster for a long time now and it honestly made my gaming experience all the more worthwhile. It hasn't been long since i bought my first razer product the razer blackwidow gaming keyboard! When i first bought it i couldn't find any flaw with it!!!! I was so happy and still am happy with my product in fact i'm using the same keyboard to write this now! My latest Razer purchase was a Razer naga epic and the way the grips can change between the 3 for different gaming styles is remarkable! The lights and the accuracy of the mouse just top it up to make it even more amazing. I am very satisfied with my purchases from razer and i cant wait to see what more fantastic products you guys develop because i believe you guys are the best of the best! Keep doing what you're doing cause its working! I cant wait to purchase another razer product!

Cons: I really cant name one!

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/27/2015 4:51:02 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsThe Slithering Beauty

Pros: The 12 buttons helps my gaming a lot, even though it makes my left fingers lazier, it now utilizes my right thumb in gaming. (Dota2)

The colors are beautiful when you're not using it. I'm using a laptop and mostly read articles, reviews or stories. Seeing Epic Chroma sit there on it's stand, glimmering those colors just renders me speechless sometimes.

Wireless mode literally has no delay, a fantastic mouse to use if you're using it for your smart TV or w/e long distance tech you have.

The material is just pleasant to touch, I can rest my hand on it for hours without feeling ew or tired.

Cons: The numpad takes A LOT OF TIME TO ADJUST. It's been a month and I still haven't developed muscle memory to use these 1-12 buttons without feeling them.

It took me like 2 weeks to get used to my Naga Hex but the Epic Chroma is much more complicated. Wish there were more differentiations between the buttons.

Other than that, I like it like that.

Other Thoughts: I would say get epic chroma rather than most of razer mouses unless you're strictly playing a simple game. The side buttons can help browsing much easier. If you take the time to dedicate to the side buttons, it will grow into a fruitful tree.

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  • Missy D.
  • 12/14/2014 2:19:33 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsA Mistake

Pros: Its fits nice in the hand and is pretty customizable.

Cons: Razer Synapse, i like the idea but i have had so many problems with software, crashed my computer, cant switch between wired and wireless mode with ought a hassle. Drivers crash constantly, its almost like a virus bad.

Other Thoughts: I really wanted to like this mouse but it has caused me so much trouble i cant stand it.

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  • Brian B.
  • 10/14/2014 6:44:20 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

1 out of 5 eggsSyanpse is Horrible

Pros: Comfortable mouse, variety of colors, cool looking

Cons: Razer Synapse is horrible. You are forced to create a Razer profile and connect to the internet to change any settings on your mouse. Not only that, but there's no freakin apply button. You just have to sit and wait or totally disconnect and reconnect your mouse any time you want to change anything. How moronic do you have to be to make a program like that? I won't be buying another Razer product until Razer Synapse is removed as a necessity for their products (old drivers no longer work, keep telling me I don't have a Razer Naga).

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  • Brett W.
  • 9/25/2014 1:51:28 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsOk

Pros: Loveee the keypad on the side

Cons: Disconnects every now and then, and reconnects.
Pain in the ars to charge.
Wireless does seem to be not as responsive.

Other Thoughts: I use it wired... the

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  • Merik M.
  • 8/31/2014 12:32:38 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsRead this review.

Pros: Let me start off by saying this mouse aesthetics are very pleasing to the eye. This piece of technology is definitely thoroughly thought out and gamer oriented. I have owned this specific mouse for about 1 year and 5 months and it has all but minor cord fraying. I can confidently say this mouse will last me a solid year or more.

Some positive's about this mouse-
-For all of you MMORPG players, this is a perfect peripheral to fit your (almost over-the-top) macroing needs.

-This fits in your hand like the back of a new born baby's head.
(Not literally, but it is extremely ergonomic.)

-Razer Synapse 2.0 allows you to customize the lighting, performance, power, and even allows addons.

-The wireless charging is good, but isn't necessarily the best. 12 hours is if you have the lights off (possibly dimmed but even then...) The dock and cord is a micro usb and slot the seemlessly integrates into both slots perfectly.

-The tracking is good, but for a 3.5G 5400 DPI mouse it is expected to be somewhat tricky to get used to the laser.

-This mouse has a very sensitive left and right mouse button. Sometimes I tend to just rest my fingers on it and it clicks. Not really bad, not really good.*
-Overall satisfaction rating?
Gaming. 8/10 (see cons.)**
Surfing the web. 9/10
Excessive clicking (for any other use). 10/10

Cons: *Yes this mouse is ergonomic, has flashy lighting, has an aggressive look, and an overwhelming amount of programmable buttons... But could you at least make the mouse buttons have a tad bit more actuation force?

**For gaming, this mouse is what I'd call decent. It gets the job done, and adds style too. Be aware that if you play with a low sensitivity and/or a low DPI setting, lifting up this mouse and putting it back down will sometimes cause the laser to freak out. It's a laser mouse, nothing you can really do about it.


-The programmable buttons on the side of the mouse tend to get gunked up (food, dirt, sometimes dust) by continuous use. I'd recommend cleaning them before use, it only takes a few seconds.

-I rarely use wireless anymore, but when I did I had the lights off. This can cause problems sometimes. 1 being that you can't see the 17 friggin' buttons in the dark, unless you're familiar with the layout (there are protruding markers on a few of the numbers on the grid though) or look down to see. It also makes it so you can't see how much battery you have left. With lights on, even dimmed, it blinks red when you're at about [insert customized percentage {25, 20, 15, 10} here].

-This is directed towards Razer Synapse only! I recently brought my mouse over to a friend's house to use on his rig. I installed Synapse and went off to play a game. Meanwhile the evil green devil laying beneath the framework of Synapse had decided to create some havok and disconnect my device. I thought maybe I bumped it or it wasn't plugged in properly/fully so I reconnected. Not recognized. Ok... so I decided to plug it into another USB slot. Nothing. I look up and the computer is shutting down. I have never in my life seen a computer disconnect a peripheral and shutdown by itself (unless by an executed script). It then took about a full hour for his computer to boot up. Now this may be his rig alone, but this should never happen. Ever.

Other Thoughts: Long story short.

If you like to play any MMO, I recommend this mouse. Grid for macro's, extremely responsive, good ergonomics for those that game for extensive amounts of time. If you're looking for a mouse that doesn't have so many macro's, or find them useless in most situations I would recommend Razer's original design of the Naga. Even the Deathadder is an optimal choice for budgeters.

-Overall Rating 8/10
Aesthetics? Pleasing.
Quality? Of course.
Macros? Present.
Ergonomics? </broken wrists>
Design? Aggressive.
Choices? You bet.

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