Razer Naga Hex gets League of Legends-flavored edition, available now for $90

You may remember Razer’s Naga Hex mouse from last year, when it was introduced as a derivative of Razer’s Naga MMO mouse, albeit with fewer buttons. You see, the “Hex” part of the name refers to the six buttons embedded along the left side of the mouse, intended for use as hotkeys during action-RPGs. The latest Hex retains the same uses as its former incarnation, but now it’s aimed specifically at the approximately 32 million League of Legends players worldwide. Of course, those six side buttons are programmable using Razer’s Synapse 2.0 software, and Razer’s promising 250 clicks per minute (that’s quite a lot of clicking, we’re told). The same 5600dpi 3.5G laser sensor drives the Naga’s precision, which shows up lag-free on your screen thanks to a thread-wrapped USB wire. Take a closer look at Razer’s latest branding effort below, and head to Razer’s online store should you like to snag one for yourself — it’s available now for $90, and even comes with a free LoL champion (Tryndamere). Head past the break for all the details, straight from Razer.

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