The original Naga Hex was a mouse unlike anything gamers had ever seen before. With six buttons in a hexagonal pattern around a central thumb rest, it was uniquely suited to MOBAs, having too few buttons for MMOs and too many for other genres. Fans are still clamoring for the Naga, but rather than reproduce a three-year-old peripheral, Razer has released the Naga Hex V2 ($80): a device somewhere between the original Hex and the current MMO-focused Razer Naga.
With a redesigned hex grid and a much bigger body, the Hex V2 is an ambitious device with clever button placement and plenty of customizability. Whether you find the innovations useful or frustrating, though, will largely come down to your playstyle.
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