Razer recently launched their first gaming phone and is now expanding their peripherals with the new Naga Trinity gaming mouse and the Tartarus V2 keypad.
The Naga Trinity gaming mouse by Razer is very impressive on paper because of the number of customization options it provides, catering to gamers with varying needs. It provides interchangeable parts just like the old models. You can choose to have a rubber grip with just two buttons, a full MMO keypad with 12 buttons or the hybrid 7-button wheel-like setup.
The two button layout is the only new addition which was usually found in Razer Deathadder and other FPS mice but has found its way to the Naga Trinity now. The mouse has RGB lighting, 12,000 DPI and is designed for right handed use, with a price tag of $100. It will be available in stores in the first quarter of 2018.
The Razer Tartarus V2 keypad has undergone a major overhaul as it now bundles a scroll wheel on its right hand and has a more ergonomic shape for easy handling. The switches now use mech-membrane hybrid switches for better feedback with RGB lighting and uses anti-ghosting technology.
The left hand only Tartarus V2 keypad which is priced at $80 is expected to be available in stores in the following weeks and competes against the Logitech G13.