Razer introduced the Naga Molten Special Edition and Naga Maelstrom Special Edition MMO gaming mice. Both gaming mice will start shipping in November for 79.99EUR.
Carlsbad, Calif. – October 5, 2010 – Razer, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end
precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals, today announced the launch of a new suite of
Razer Naga™ Special Edition gaming mice – the Razer Naga Maelstrom Special Edition and
the Razer Naga Molten Special Edition.
“After the phenomenal response we received for the Razer Naga, we’ve decided to create two
collectible versions to offer our fans even more ways to dominate their game,” said Robert
“Razer Guy” Krakoff, president, Razer USA. “We took the same functionality of full button
remapping and macro capabilities of the original Razer Naga and rejuvenated the aesthetic
design for a more immersive MMO gaming experience.”
Upon its release, the original Razer Naga generated overwhelmingly positive reviews at
Amazon.co.uk and Play.com like, “Best MMO Gaming Mouse” and “Brilliant piece of
gaming hardware.” With almost all the users of the Razer Naga (based on online end user
feedback at major online retailers) providing a positive review, the Razer Naga is the defining
product that created the category of MMO gaming peripherals.
Razer is going one step further with the announcement of the Maelstrom Special Edition,
inviting MMO gamers to submerge into the heart of the vortex. Featuring the same 17 MMO-
optimized buttons with unprecedented macro functionality, this mouse has a whirlpool of
entrancing blue light emanating from its swirling core.
In addition to the Maelstrom version, Razer also introduces the Molten Special Edition which
glows a wicked and fiery red hue. Along with the lava-red fissures cutting a jagged path
across the mouse, the MMO-optimized buttons glow a blazing crimson color. No matter what
version you choose, with a Razer Naga SE you will Get Imba!
Glowing vortex design and blue backlighting (Maelstrom)
Glowing cracked surface design and blazing red backlighting (Molten)
17 Fully-programmable MMO-optimized buttons (including 12 button thumb grid)