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Gear up with the right items and dive into combat fearlessly with the Razer Naga Hex
MOBA and action-RPG gaming mouse. Instead of the award-winning 12-button thumb
grid MMO gamers have come to love with the Razer Naga, the Razer Naga Hex features
6 large thumb buttons optimized specifically for MOBA and action-RPG user interfaces.
Spells, abilities, and items from these games can be mapped directly onto the 6 thumb
buttons for extraordinary game control.
Validated with some of the top MOBA pro-gamers in the world, the Razer Naga Hex’s 6
thumb buttons are designed in a mechanical key infrastructure to provide faster key
actuation. This gives you the edge to attack quicker than enemies can react, necessary
to winning in high-pressure battle arenas.
Harass the enemy, farm end-bosses, and hack n’ slash for longer in comfort with the
ergonomic curved design of the Razer Naga Hex, as designed by some of the world’s
top ergonomic engineers. This gaming mouse has proven to minimize fatigue during
extended periods of play whether at home or at competitive tournaments.
The Razer Naga Hex is powered by the revolutionary Razer Synapse 2.0 service, a cloud
based software pioneered by Razer, designed to store your personal mouse settings
and preferences on remote servers so that they are accessible to you anytime,
anywhere*.
From the makers of the world’s most powerful MMO gaming weaponry comes the
world’s most powerful MOBA/action-RPG gaming mouse. Get Imba!
*With an internet connection
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. PACKAGE CONTENTS / SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS / REGISTRATION ................. 3
2. KEY FEATURES ................................................................................................ 4
3. INSTALLING YOUR RAZER NAGA HEX .............................................................. 5
4. USING YOUR RAZER NAGA HEX ...................................................................... 6
5. CONFIGURING YOUR RAZER NAGA HEX.......................................................... 8
6. SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE ........................................................................ 23
7. LEGALESE...................................................................................................... 25
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1. PACKAGE CONTENTS / SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS / REGISTRATION
PACKAGE CONTENTS
 Razer Naga Hex Gaming Mouse
 Interchangeable Rubber Thumb Rests
 Quick Start Guide
 Master Guide
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
 PC or Mac with a free USB port
 Windows® 7 / Windows Vista® / Windows® XP (32 bit) / Mac OS X (10.6-10.7)
 Internet connection (for driver installation)
 100MB of free hard disk space
REGISTRATION
Please visit www.razerzone.com/registration/ for online product registration.
What you’ll get:
• 2 years limited manufacturer’s warranty
• Free online technical support at www.razersupport.com.
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2. KEY FEATURES
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
Left Click
Right Click
Scroll Click / Scroll Wheel
Mouse Button 5
Mouse Button 4
6 Mechanical Thumb Buttons
3 Interchangeable Thumb Rests
Razer Precision 3.5G Laser Sensor
Basic [123] / Advanced [Num] Switch
Ultraslick Mouse Feet
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3. INSTALLING YOUR RAZER NAGA HEX
Note: You may skip Steps 1-3 if you already have a Razer Synapse 2.0 installed and an existing account.
Step 1: Download the Razer Synapse 2.0 installer from http://www.razersupport.com.
Step 2: Run the installer and follow the onscreen instructions.
Step 3: Register for a Razer Synapse 2.0 account and confirm your new account.
Step 4: Plug the Razer Naga Hex into the USB port of your computer.
Step 5: Open Razer Synapse 2.0 and login to your account.
Step 6: Wait until the software automatically downloads and installs.
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4. USING YOUR RAZER NAGA HEX
USING BASIC [123] AND ADVANCED [NUM] MODES
The 6 [1-6] Mechanical Thumb Buttons on your Razer Naga Hex comes in two modes:
Basic [123] and Advanced [Num]. To change between the Basic [123] and Advanced
[Num] mode, simply use the switch at the bottom of your Razer Naga Hex.
Basic [123] Configuration
In Basic [123] mode, the 6 Mechanical Thumb Buttons works the same as a keyboard’s
numerical keys. These buttons allow you to replicate the action bar of most games onto
the thumb grid buttons.
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Advanced [NUM] Configuration
In the Advanced [Num] mode, the 6 Mechanical Thumb Buttons work the same as a
keypad’s numerical keys. These buttons allow you to have quicker access to in-game
commands without having the need to reach for the keypad.
Note: Depending on your configuration, using the shift key or num lock key in-game may affect the functionality
of the thumb grid buttons (for example: numpad 4 may become left arrow).
CHANGING THE RUBBER THUMB REST
1. Gently peel off the rubber
thumb rest from the mouse.
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2. Use the indentation to align
the thumb rest and the hole.
5. CONFIGURING YOUR RAZER NAGA HEX
Disclaimer: The features listed here require the Razer Synapse 2.0 to be installed. These features are also
subject to change based on the current software version and your Operating System.
MOUSE TAB
The Mouse Tab is your landing page when you first install Razer Synapse 2.0. This tab
allows you to customize your device’s profiles, button assignments, performance and
lighting.
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PROFILE
A Profile is a convenient way of saving all of the changes you have made on your
device. A single Profile can store numerous settings such as button assignments and
sensitivity adjustments.
Profile contains the default settings of your device. Any changes made within each tab
will automatically be saved into the current profile. If you want to rename this profile,
you may do so by typing on the field below PROFILE NAME.
There are other options available in the profile section such as creating a new profile by
clicking the
button, deleting the current profile by clicking the
button
and duplicating the current profile by clicking the
button. You can even set a
profile to work with a specific program or application by using the LINK PROGRAM /
LINK APPLICATION option and clicking the
button to search for it.
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CUSTOMIZE TAB
The Customize Tab is where you can modify the basic functionalities of your device
such as button assignments to suit your gaming needs. The changes made in this tab
are automatically saved to your current profile.
Top View
The Top View is where you can customize the 5 basic mouse buttons and the mouse
wheel.
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Side View
The Side View is where you can customize the 6 Mechanical Thumb Buttons.
You may configure both the Basic [123] and the Advanced [Num] modes using the
toggle located on the middle of the screen. Configuring the Mechanical Thumb Buttons
on any mode does not require you to use the switch underneath the Razer Naga Hex.
However, you will still need to use the switch to change between the Basic [123] and
the Advanced [Num] configuration.
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CUSTOMIZATION OPTIONS
Initially, each of the mouse buttons is set to DEFAULT. However, you may change the
function of these buttons by clicking the desired button to access the main dropdown
menu.
Listed below are the customization options and their description.
Keyboard Function
This option enables you to change the mouse buttons into keyboard functions. To
choose a keyboard function, select KEYBOARD FUNCTION from the main dropdown
menu and enter the key you wish to use on the given field below. You may also include
modifier keys such as Ctrl, Shift, Alt or any of those combinations.
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Mouse Function
This option allows you to change the mouse buttons into other mouse functions. To
choose a mouse function, select MOUSE FUNCTION from the main dropdown menu
and an ASSIGN BUTTON submenu will appear.
Listed below are the functions which you can choose from the Assign Button submenu:
Left Click
Right Click
Scroll Click
Double Click
Mouse Button 4
Mouse Button 5
Scroll Up
Scroll Down
- Perform a left mouse click using the assigned button.
- Perform a right mouse click using the assigned button.
- Activate the universal scrolling function.
- Perform a double left click using the assigned button.
- Performs a “Backward” command for most internet browsers.
- Performs a “Forward” command for most internet browsers.
- Perform a “Scroll Up” command using the assigned button.
- Perform a “Scroll Down” command using the assigned button.
Sensitivity
Sensitivity refers to how fast the mouse pointer can travel across the screen. When you
select the Sensitivity function from the dropdown menu, a sub-menu will appear which
gives you access to the following options:
Sensitivity Stage Up
Sensitivity Stage Down
Sensitivity Clutch
On-The-Fly Sensitivity
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- Increase the current sensitivity by one stage. See the
Performance Tab to learn more about sensitivity
stages.
- Decrease the current sensitivity by one stage. See
the Performance Tab to learn more about sensitivity
stages.
- Change to a predefined sensitivity as long as the
designated button is pressed. Releasing the button
will return it to the previous sensitivity.
- Readily adjust the current sensitivity using the
assigned button. If On‐The‐Fly Sensitivity has been
set, pressing the designated button and moving the
scroll wheel will produce a bar on your screen which
would indicate your current sensitivity level.
Macro
A Macro is a pre-recorded sequence of keystrokes and button presses that is executed
with precise timing. By setting a button to Macro, you can conveniently execute a chain
of commands. When you select this option from the dropdown menu, a sub-menu will
appear which allows you to choose a prerecorded macro command. See the Macros
Tab to learn more about creating Macro commands.
Switch Profile
The Switch Profile enables you to change profiles on the fly and immediately load all
your pre-configured settings. When you select Switch Profile from the dropdown
menu, a sub-menu will appear that will allow you to choose which profile to use. An
on-screen display will automatically appear whenever you switch profiles.
Launch Program
The Launch Program allows you to run a program or application using the assigned
button. When you select Launch Program / Launch Application from the dropdown
menu, a
button will appear which allows you to search for the specific program or
application you want to use.
Disable
This option renders the assigned button unusable. Use Disable when you have no need
for a button or if a particular button interferes with your gaming.
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PERFORMANCE TAB
The Performance Tab allows you to enhance the speed and precision of your mouse
pointer. Similar to the Customize Tab, the changes made here are automatically saved
to your current profile.
Listed below are the performance options and their descriptions.
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Sensitivity
Sensitivity pertains to how much effort is needed to move the mouse pointer in any
direction. The higher the sensitivity, the more responsive the mouse will be.
(Recommended setting: 1600 – 1800 DPI)
Enable X-Y Sensitivity
By default, the X axis (horizontal) and Y axis (vertical) use the same sensitivity values.
However, you may set different sensitivity values to each of the axes by selecting the
“Enable X-Y Sensitivity” option.
Configure Sensitivity Stages
A sensitivity stage is a preset sensitivity value. You can create up to 5 different
sensitivity stages which you can cycle through using the sensitivity stage up/down
buttons.
Acceleration
Acceleration increases the cursor’s movement speed depending on how quickly you
move the mouse. The higher the value, the faster the mouse accelerates.
(Recommended settings: Windows 0, Mac 5)
Polling Rate
The higher the polling rate, the more often the computer receives information about
the status of your mouse, thus increasing the mouse pointer’s reaction time. You can
switch between 125Hz (8ms), 500Hz (2ms) and 1000Hz (1ms) by selecting your desired
polling rate on the dropdown menu. (Recommended setting: 500Hz – 1000Hz)
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LIGHTING TAB
The Lighting Tab allows you to configure the LEDs of your Razer Naga Hex. Simply
toggle the ON or OFF options to enable or disable the Scroll Wheel, Thumb Grid and
Logo lighting. Similar to the previous tabs, the changes made here are also
automatically saved to your current profile.
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MACROS TAB
The Macros Tab allows you to create a series of precise keystrokes and button presses.
This tab also allows you to have numerous macros and extremely long macro
commands at your disposal.
The Macro section works similarly to Profile wherein you can rename a macro by typing
on the field below MACRO NAME. There are also other options available in the macro
section such as creating a new macro by clicking the
current macro by clicking the
clicking the
button.
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button, deleting the
button or duplicating the current macro by
To create a macro command, simply click the
button and all your
keystrokes and button presses will automatically register on the macro screen. When
you are done recording your macro commands, click on the
the session.
button to end
The Macro section allows you to input the delay in-between commands. In RECORD
DELAY the delay in-between commands are registered as how it is entered. The
DEFAULT DELAY uses a predefined time (expressed in seconds) as the delay. And NO
DELAY omits all the pauses in-between keystrokes and button presses.
Note: You may use up to three decimal points when inserting values on the seconds (sec) field.
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Once you have recorded a macro, you may edit the commands you have entered by
selecting each command on the macro screen. Each keystroke or button press is
arranged sequentially with the first command shown at the top of the screen.
The
button allows you to edit a particular command and the
enables you to delete a command. The
option to move the command up or down.
and
button
buttons gives you the
The
button allows you to put in additional keystrokes, button presses or time
delays either before or after the selected command.
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Once you have pressed the Insert button, a new display window will appear beside the
list of macro commands. The dropdown menu on this window allows you to choose a
keystroke or a delay to be added in before or after the highlighted macro command.
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You may add in a new set of macro commands by clicking the
button on the
keystroke menu; or input time delays on the duration field using the delay menu.
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6. SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE
SAFETY GUIDELINES
In order to achieve maximum safety while using your Razer Naga Hex, we suggest that
you adopt the following guidelines:
1. Avoid looking directly at the tracking beam of your mouse or pointing the beam
in anyone else’s eye. Note that the tracking beam is NOT visible to the naked
human eye and is set on an Always-On mode.
2. Should you have trouble operating the device properly and troubleshooting does
not work, unplug the device and contact the Razer hotline or go to
www.razersupport.com for support. Do not attempt to service or fix the device
yourself at any time.
3. Do not take apart the device (doing so will void your warranty) and do not
attempt to operate it under abnormal current loads.
4. Keep the device away from liquid, humidity or moisture. Operate the device only
within the specific temperature range of 0°C (32°F) to 40°C (104°F). Should the
temperature exceed this range, unplug and switch off the device in order to let
the temperature stabilize to an optimal level.
COMFORT
Here are some tips to ensure that you are comfortable while using your device.
Research has shown that long periods of repetitive motion, improper positioning of
your computer peripherals, incorrect body position, and poor habits may be associated
with physical discomfort and injury to nerves, tendons, and muscles. Below are some
guidelines to avoid injury and ensure optimum comfort while using your Razer Naga
Hex.
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1. Position your keyboard and monitor directly in front of you with your mouse
next to it. Place your elbows next to your side, not too far away and your mouse
within easy reach.
2. Adjust the height of your chair and table so that the keyboard and mouse are at
or below elbow height.
3. Keep your feet well supported, posture straight and your shoulders relaxed.
4. During gameplay, relax your wrist and keep it straight. If you do the same tasks
with your hands repeatedly, try not to bend, extend or twist your hands for long
periods.
5. Do not rest your wrists on hard surfaces for long periods. Use a wrist rest to
support your wrist while gaming.
6. Customize the buttons on your mouse to suit your style of gaming in order to
minimize repetitive or awkward motions while gaming.
7. Make sure that your mouse fits comfortably in your hands.
8. Do not sit in the same position all day. Get up, step away from your desk and do
exercises to stretch your arms, shoulders, neck and legs.
9. If you should experience any physical discomfort while using your mouse, such as
pain, numbness, or tingling in your hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders, neck or
back, please consult a qualified medical doctor immediately.
MAINTENANCE AND USE
The Razer Naga Hex requires minimum maintenance to keep it in optimum condition.
Once a month we recommend you unplug the device from the USB port and clean it
using a soft cloth or cotton swab with a bit of warm water to prevent dirt buildup. Do
not use soap or harsh cleaning agents.
To get the ultimate experience in movement and control, we highly recommend a
premium mousing surface from Razer. Some surfaces will cause undue wear on the
feet requiring constant care and eventual replacement.
Do note that the sensor of the Razer Naga Hex is ‘tuned’ or optimized especially for the
Razer mousing surfaces. This means that the sensor has been tested extensively to
confirm that the Razer Naga Hex reads and tracks best on Razer mousing surfaces.
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7. LEGALESE
COPYRIGHT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY INFORMATION
©2011 Razer USA Ltd. Patent Pending. All Rights Reserved. Razer™, the Razer TripleHeaded Snake logo, the Razer distressed word logo and other trademarks contained
herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of Razer USA Ltd and/or its affiliated or
associated companies, registered in the United States and/or other countries. Windows
and the Windows logo are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. Mac OS,
Mac and the Mac logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple.
Razer USA Ltd (“Razer”) may have copyright, trademarks, trade secrets, patents, patent
applications, or other intellectual property rights (whether registered or unregistered)
concerning the product in this Master Guide. Furnishing of this Master Guide does not
give you a license to any such copyright, trademark, patent or other intellectual
property right. The Razer Naga Hex (the “Product”) may differ from pictures whether
on packaging or otherwise. Razer assumes no responsibility for such differences or for
any errors that may appear. Information contained herein is subject to change without
notice.
LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY
For the latest and current terms of the Limited Product Warranty, please visit
http://warranty.razerzone.com.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
Razer shall in no event be liable for any lost profits, loss of information or data, special,
incidental, indirect, punitive or consequential or incidental damages, arising in any way
out of distribution of, sale of, resale of, use of, or inability to use the Product. In no
event shall Razer’s liability exceed the retail purchase price of the Product.
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COSTS OF PROCUREMENT
For the avoidance of doubt, in no event will Razer be liable for any costs of
procurement unless it has been advised of the possibility of such damages, and in no
case shall Razer be liable for any costs of procurement liability exceeding the retail
purchase price of the Product.
GENERAL
These terms shall be governed by and construed under the laws of the jurisdiction in
which the Product was purchased. If any term herein is held to be invalid or
unenforceable, then such term (in so far as it is invalid or unenforceable) shall be given
no effect and deemed to be excluded without invalidating any of the remaining terms.
Razer reserves the right to amend any term at any time without notice.
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