When comparing Razer Naga Chroma vs TrackPoint, the Slant community recommends TrackPoint for most people. In the question“What is the best mouse for programmers?” TrackPoint is ranked 25th while Razer Naga Chroma is ranked 30th.
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Pro Tons of easy to program buttons
Great for MOBAs, MMOs, and even FPSs.
Pro Side buttons are mechanical and angled
The 12 side buttons on the Razer Naga Chroma have mechanical switches inside. Mechanical switches have a great tactile and audible feedback while also having great longevity. The buttons themselves are also angled which makes it easier to find the correct button to use.
Pro Tilt-click scroll wheel
The scroll wheel can be pressed left, right, or down.
Pro Braided cord
Pro Super comfortable to use
Perfectly conforms to any grip type in your hand. Can use this mouse for hours on end.
Pro Right or left handed models available
The Razer Naga Chroma comes in either a right or left handed model.
Pro Keep your fingers on the keyboard
Pro No need to carry around a mouse
Con The shape will not feel comfortable for everyone
The shape does not work with palm grips that well.
Unsuitable for most hardcore FPS games. This mouse will easily make your hand tired due to its weight of 135g.
Con Side buttons are not for everyone
Takes your thumb some getting used to, hitting the correct button.
Con Proprietary software needed to take advantage of all of the mouses features
Users will need to install Razers Synapse software to take advantage of most of this mouses features such as the programmable keys.
Con Common software glitch comes up when scrolling
The trackpoint "rest point" gets skewed, and keeps scrolling when you release.
Con Not good for people with thicker fingers
Depending on how worn down the trackpoint is. People with thicker fingers will often hit adjacent keys by accident.
Con Requires a lot of force to use
The stiffness of the trackpoint leaves your fingers fatigued after even 2 minutes of use.