When they aren't busy making tablet gaming computers, Razer has been known to toss out the odd gaming peripheral. Today the company assembles a team of official collector's edition League of Legends peripherals that, despite my hopes, did nothing to improve my in-game performance.
SteelSeries might have the official Diablo III license, but that doesn't mean it's the only clicking game in town. Take the new Naga Hex Wraith Red edition, for instance.
Mice aimed at massively-multiplayer online role-playing gamers are all well and good, but what does a League of Legends or Diablo III player need with twelve thumb buttons? That's why the Razer Naga Hex only has six.