Razer's Naga gaming mouse seems to have everything a macro junkie could want: Seventeen programmable buttons, and a 5600 dpi tracking sensor. But it also has something some gamers don't want; that pesky wire.
Razer's Naga Epic clips the cord on the Naga, giving programmable button fans a wireless version of the MMO destroying mouse. Along with a rechargeable battery and standup charger, the Naga Epic also boasts interchangeable side panels to further personalize the mouse for optimum comfort during long gaming sessions. The Naga Epic will retail for $129.99 and is scheduled to ship at the end of November.