The Razer Naga Trinity wired gaming mouse is enjoying £50 off this Cyber Monday

More programmable buttons than you can imagine AND it's half price 

If you've been looking for a new FPS or MMO gaming mouse that's fully versatile then the wired Razer Naga Trinity is an excellent option. All you really need to know is that it's reduced by a whopping £50 in this year's Cyber Monday sale. That's less than half price. Perfect to snap up as a replacement mouse or upgrade for yourself. Or even to pop in a Christmas stocking.

It is a right-handed mouse, and along with the 19 programmable buttons (which is what most MMO players will be after), you also get the benefit of the highly precise 16,000 DPI 5G Optical Sensor. As a wired mouse there's virtually no latency either. Bargain!


The three-in-one design of the quite sturdy Naga Trinity means it can be customised to suit anyone's gameplay. It has four swappable side plates for 2, 7 and 12-button configurations that are super easy to flip out, but also hold well in place. This is ideal because, let's face it, we all develop our own preferred styles. Plus you don't really want to be learning new formats. It's much faster if you can simply rely on the muscle memory you've already spent years of game-playing to develop.

The wireless version of the Naga Trinity mouse is also in this year's Cyber Monday sale, but not quite as much of a bargain at a 29 per cent discount.

Razer has a stack of kit in this year's sales. If you're looking for a keyboard to go with this mouse, check out the deals guide. If you're looking for Razer deals in the US, there's a bunch of discounts with savings of up to 60 percent at Amazon.

With Cyber Monday sales kicking off in a big way, be sure to keep an eye out on the Digital Foundry and Jelly Deals Twitter accounts for lightning fast updates. We're also frequently adding more deals to the Black Friday gaming deals guide with the best offers available from all corners of the net, including PC gaming peripherals, SSDs and tons more.

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