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CES: Razer shows off Naga Hex, Synapse 2.0 leaves beta


7:30 PM on 01.10.2012
CES: Razer shows off Naga Hex, Synapse 2.0 leaves beta photo



Taking a step back into the realm of expected products following this morning's Project Fiona news, Razer has a new gaming mouse geared toward multiplayer online battle arena games and action-RPGs. One look at the side of this thing and you'll see why it's being called the Naga Hex.

Priced at $79.99, the mouse will be ship at the end of this month; look for it in stores worldwide by March 2012. The Naga Hex supports Razer's Synapse 2.0 -- software for keeping peripheral settings in the cloud -- which has just come out of beta.

CES: Razer shows off Naga Hex, Synapse 2.0 leaves beta photo
CES: Razer shows off Naga Hex, Synapse 2.0 leaves beta photo
CES: Razer shows off Naga Hex, Synapse 2.0 leaves beta photo
CES: Razer shows off Naga Hex, Synapse 2.0 leaves beta photo
CES: Razer shows off Naga Hex, Synapse 2.0 leaves beta photo
CES: Razer shows off Naga Hex, Synapse 2.0 leaves beta photo





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