This is the comparison of the Logitech G600 and the Razer Naga Trinity mouse. Both the mouse has a lot many buttons and features especially for MMO and MOBA gaming. This review will make to get a decision that which one is better easily.
|Logitech G600||Razer Naga Trinity|
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|A large variety of convenient buttons. |
The software makes it easy to customize the mouse for individual games.
|Interchangeable side panels make the mouse more adaptable.|
Not expensive than regular Naga.
Better sensor than the old Naga.
|Some of the buttons are difficult to reach. |
The grip is less ergonomic than other mouse, even compared with similarly-priced mice.
|Naga shape is still too short and wide, especially as a two-button variant.|
No easy way to store the alternate side panels.
12-button layout as confusing and unintuitive as ever.
|MODEL||LOGITECH G600||RAZER NAGA TRINITY|
|INPUT DEVICE||LOGITECH G600||RAZER NAGA TRINITY|
|Movement Detection Technology||Laser||Optical|
|Movement Resolution||8200 dpi||16000 dpi|
|Performance||1 ms response time, 1000 reports per second, 11.25 megapixels per second, 160 inches per second, 30 G maximum acceleration, realtime sensitivity switching 200 – 8200 dpi||450 inches per second, 50 G maximum acceleration, polling rate: 1000 Hz|
|INTERFACE REQUIRED||LOGITECH G600||RAZER NAGA TRINITY|
|Connector Type||4 pin USB Type A||4 pin USB Type A|
|SYSTEM REQUIRED||LOGITECH G600||RAZER NAGA TRINITY|
|OS Required||Windows 7 or later, macOS 10.11 or later, Chrome OS||Apple MacOS, Microsoft Windows|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT||LOGITECH G600||RAZER NAGA TRINITY|
|Width||3 in||2.9 in|
|Depth||4.6 in||4.7 in|
|Height||1.6 in||1.7 in|
|Weight||4.69 oz||4.23 oz|
|FEATURES||LOGITECH G600||RAZER NAGA TRINITY|
|Features||20 MMO-tuned buttons: Includes unique 12-button thumb panel designed for quick, no-look navigation.|
G-shift ring-finger button: Instantly double the number of actions you can perform with every button.
Built for comfort: Sculpted shape and tuned buttons reduce click fatigue during marathon multiplayer sessions.
Total personalization: Set it up your way with customizable thumb panel lighting colors, DPI levels or button assignments.
|High-Precision 16000 DPI Optical Sensor: Offers on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment through dedicated DPI buttons (reprogrammable) for gaming.|
Full Modular Customizability: 3 interchangeable side plates with 2, 7 and 12-button configurations.
Up to 19 Programmable Buttons: Allows for button remapping and assignment of complex macro functions through Razer Synapse.
Customizable Chroma RGB Color Profiles: Includes 16.8 million color combinations w/ included preset profiles.
Ridged, Rubberized Scroll Wheel for Maximum Accuracy: Small, tactile bumps increases grip and allows for more controlled scrolling in high-stakes gaming situations.
If you play MMO games, perhaps you’re tired of hunting across your keyboard to build a perfect ultimate defense in Fortnight or in any other games, and for that, you’re on the hunt for a better Mouse that can make all your gaming dreams come true. There comes the Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse which has all the features and convenient functions for MMO and MOBA gaming.
Razer Naga Trinity
The Razer Naga Trinity has more convenient features than the Razer Naga. The shape and design of the mouse may suit almost everyone but the mouse feels so heavy, maybe that burdens most of the people.
DESIGN & COMFORT:
There are 12 buttons on the left side of the mouse which is controlled by your thumb. You should use your index finger for the left click and middle finger for the right click and you also have a third button where the ring finger sits.
The design and shape of the mouse are also suited to many people easily but the only gripe about the design is, some people may get miss clicks or wrong clicks on the thumb buttons. If you are not used to these types of a mouse, then it will take some time to get used to.
The whole mouse is covered with a smooth textured matte plastic material which gives easy grip and flexible use. So, this mouse will be comfortable for almost everyone.
Razer Naga Trinity
When I hold the mouse, this is just like a regular Mouse which is pretty much perfect. Your thumb will be on all the 12 buttons, a rubber grip with the 7, and the 2 buttons look more like the other current generation of Razer mice with a big rubber surface. So, like the others, this is a textured plastic slightly rough that is still quite smooth and similar on the side panels but with the extra rubber.
It’s quite unique. Looking from the top you can see the basic design with a ledge on the right but if we look closer, the left side doesn’t really have a grip ledge. It’s kind of got a bolt here, I managed to have thumb underneath for some extra grip but it’s not the most comfortable. The rubber does help though, so it feels fine in use. On the other side, it doesn’t have a ledge but the rubber grip and also has a comfortable groove. So, in true MMO fashion, it’s designed to allow your fingers to rest.
The top section is really comfortable. The design is in such a way that if they remove the side errors, it looks like an ambidextrous mouse. At the base, not only do we see the profile button and the mouse feet which glide smoothly, but we also see how around the shape is.
There are about 7.2 centimeters in width, the length is about 11.7 and it’s about 4.4 centimeters high. From the side, the button slope is gradual with the hump extending from the middle almost halfway to the back which makes it seem more for palm grip. In my opinion, the hands up to about 20 by 10 centimeters, you should find it comfortable enough in the palm and for claw grip maybe 16 to 21. The right side is surprisingly comfortable in claw and for fingertip may be above 18.5 centimeters. The size of it is between the Abyssus and Deathadder.
The cable is one of the awesome new Razer braided cables which is very smooth and flexible. They could be the best cables on the market right now and with a bungee, it should feel almost wireless and it’s about 7 feet long. This MMO Mouse is fairly heavy, 118 grams with the two buttons, 121 with the 7 buttons, and 123 with the 12 buttons.
FEATURES & PERFORMANCE:
This Mouse pretty much has it all, two buttons on top, 12 side buttons, left and right scroll wheel buttons, and a third mouse click button for your ring finger. The buttons on the side have a nice tactile clicky feeling to them, they’re not too mushy but these are the only buttons on the mouse that cycle through the RGB of colors, everything else doesn’t really have any sort of lighting to them.
This mouse is almost perfect for MMO gaming but I have one significant gripe. The gripe is the third mouse button, this is where we rest my ring finger. Whenever I’m trying to activate any of the side buttons, I usually use my ring finger to support the mouse. However, whenever I press these side buttons since my ring finger is supporting the mouse, it presses the ring finger button. So, what I did to rectify the problem was I just disabled that button in the Logitech settings. This button is also customizable to do whatever you want.
When we compare this mouse with the Razer Naga, the Naga is a little bit better in almost every way but the biggest problem with that is the Razer Synapse software 3 which is so bug-ridden and difficult to navigate and also the price of Razer Naga is a little bit higher than the G600. If you’re having a hard time finding the buttons on the Razer Naga, a Logitech might be a better option for you.
Razer Naga Trinity
We see some really good updates. Along with quality the Naga Trinity now has a top optical sensor and you can choose between three thumb panels. You can have 12 buttons, the standard 2, or 7 in a circle. The entire panel comes off meaning the buttons don’t feel flimsy, they are actual buttons and the panels are held in by magnets. It technically can be used without the side panel but the switches switched off as soon as I took off the panels. Maybe they don’t want you to risk damaging the pins. The way they’ve done this is really good.
For clicks, the left and right have a nice snap to them. It’s satisfying and finding first-person shooters but maybe for comfort, a lighter and quieter snap would have been better. It feels easy enough to press it. The scroll wheel should be fine as a third button and having tilt left and right on the wheel is great too. The mouse wheel was actually surprising, it reminds me of the Basilisk a little bit with the tension off. DPI buttons are easy enough to click in and they’re out of the way. Then, each side panel has a different sound to it but all feel quite good, easy to press in although not too consistent on some of them. You have three panels to choose from, so you should be able to find something that you like.
As for the sensor, as I mentioned it’s a top optical although not really needed in MMO and MOBA, it’s nice to have something that will work really well on desktop and in first-person shooters if you decide to play them, it handles rocket-jumping. In the sniper test, it attracts pixel by pixel and it does this smoothly. I can’t feel any delay but definitely aware the mouse is heavy. I can’t find any acceleration or deceleration. The lift-off distance is under one DVD and in the line test, everything looks good. In a latency testing, test it against the G900, there’s pretty much no difference so that’s a great performance and felt good in-game too.
The buttons on top can be programmed to do anything you want and you can also set the DPI on the fly for changing it quickly. For all of the adjustments and settings of the mouse, you have to download Logitech Gaming software. When you open the software, you see the mouse in a very pleasing format. Changing what the buttons do is extremely simple, select the button that you want to edit and there, you will have many options for each button. So, you may select whatever option you want for that particular button.
You can also change which DPI is at which setting, you can do up to 4 and you can also change the polling rate which is up to 1000 reports per second. You can also change the lighting effects of the mouse, you can cycle through all the different colors, have it kind of breathe or you can have it just display, or static which is one color at a time.
Razer Naga Trinity
To adjust all the settings of the mouse as per your choice, it important to download the Razer Synapse 3 software. In the software, it knows which panel is connected automatically and you can then assign the buttons to keyboard functions, sensitivity, and assign macros. It doesn’t pick up on mouse wheel movements but you can use middle click. Then, there’s profile and lighting and a great feature is to have the hyper shift, so that essentially doubles the number of buttons you have. There are also the usual launch, autumn area, and window shortcuts. For the DPI, it goes from 100 all the way to 16000 and that’s in steps of 50. You can set up to five DPI stages and it has huge polling rate options.
In chroma studio in the software, you have access to three lighting zones which you can match up with your other Razer devices. I find this one to be one of the better lighting editors, it’s simple enough and creates some great effects. Lastly, you can calibrate your mouse pad and adjust the lift-off distance if you experience any issues. There is also onboard memory, so you can save the settings you change and that will remain forever even you change the computer.
WHICH TO BUY?
The Logitech G600 has many buttons and features is more useful for MMO and MOBA. The design and grip are also suited to most people. Also, importantly, these all come just at around $40. In the Razer Naga Trinity, I like having three options for side buttons and if the weight was adjustable, it really could become an all-purpose mouse for people who like this shape. For now, it’s just for the people who like heavier mice. This is a comfortable, versatile, top optical sensor, has great buttons, amazing cable. Razer is getting everything right these days except maybe shape and weight depending on your preferences but those are two of the most important factors with first-person shooters, not so much for MMO.
Both the mouse works well for MMO and MOBA and also FPS gaming. The Logitech is the cheapest and best option in between these mice but if you want more convenient options like the three panels in the Naga Trinity, then the Razer Naga Trinity will be a good option but with a little bit high price.
Expert Reviews of Logitech G600:
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Expert Reviews of Razer Naga Trinity:
Razer’s Naga Trinity finally makes the MMO mouse a little less niche by allowing you to swap in 12-button, 7-button, and 2-button side panels on-the-fly.
The Razer Naga Trinity is an incredibly versatile mouse that is able to morph into whatever use you might want it to. But it’s hefty price tag and exclusiveness to right-handed use put some unwanted barriers on a product that certainly has a much bigger market in mind than the previous Naga.
I’m a massive fan of the new Naga, which is quite something considering I’ve never been particularly fond of them in the past. But the Trinity design has made it almost impossible not to love.
If you play multiple game types, you might be tempted to purchase a couple different mice for use depending on the game you are currently playing. Our Razer Naga Trinity review takes a look at a gaming mouse with three changeable side plates allowing for general productivity use as well as for MOBA and MMO use without having to swap out your entire mouse.
The Razer Naga Trinity is a good mouse for anyone who enjoys switching between genres often. The swappable side plates are a great addition.