Final Thoughts & Conclusion
Razer has a long tradition of fine tuning existing designs, and the Naga Hex V2 is spot on for MOBAs like League of Legends and DOTA2. The solid build of the Naga Hex V2 feels good in your hand and the buttons are easily felt but not easy to trigger accidentally, which has been a problem with many similar mouse designs. The tactile response on the Naga Hex V2 isn’t overwhelming but easily felt with each button, giving a clear tactile response, taking the “double-click” syndrome out of the picture.
The Chroma addition to the Naga Hex V2 isn’t a surprise at this point, and we appreciate the flexibility to mate colors with other Chroma products, but for the most part your hand covers the Naga so Chroma isn’t a big issue.
The Naga Hex V2, like all current Razer Gaming products, uses Synapse to create custom profiles and control color schemes. We found that with the exception of MMORPGs, which are key heavy games, the Razer Naga Hex V2 performed well in all the games we ran it on. We tried the Naga Hex V2 on World Of Warships, Battle Pirates, Skyrim and Command and Conquer, and with some easy profile editing, the mouse responded well to an array of games, taking it outside the “just” MOBA arena.
Razer hit one out of the park with the Naga Hex V2 and their dedication to improving the designs has paid dividends, making the Razer Naga Hex v2 worth taking a serious look at.