Razer's Hybrid Monster Naga Mouse Gets Its Cord Cut

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The MMO-centric Naga mouse—if you can even call it that—has a lot going for it. Seventeen programmable buttons, and a 5600 dpi tracking sensor. But it just lost something—the cord. So take your freaky keymouse wherever you want.

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Illustration for article titled Razers Hybrid Monster Naga Mouse Gets Its Cord Cut

The new version, coined the Naga Epic, seems to be pretty much the exact same mouse as before. If it worked for you then, it should be an even better experience now, sans wires—though maybe not exactly Epic. MMO junkies in need of cleaner desks, however, should be pleased. [Razer]

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I know in principle it looks a bit neater to not have a mouse and keyboard cord making a barely noticable amount of clutter on your desk (till they disappear behind your monitor or travel the 6 inches to your laptop), but why do people never care about all the batteries they are wasting? I see that this mouse has a wired mode, but why is it wireless in the first place?