The Razer Naga Pro and the Logitech G604 are similar in that they have side buttons made for MMO, MOBA, and Battle Royale gaming, allowing quick access to skills, spells, attacks, and the like. However, there are a few key differences between them that could be a huge factor in deciding which one to get.
First off, the Naga Pro is more flexible and really has that gamer aesthetic going for it. The G604 has features that make it easier to grip and control, and it can last for months in Bluetooth mode. That’s just the tip of the iceberg, though.
Razer Naga Pro vs Logitech G604 Comparison Chart
Only the Razer Naga Pro has swappable side panels and RGB, but the Logitech G604 does have a metal wheel with infinite scrolling.
One of the biggest advantages the Razer Naga Pro has is its swappable side panel. You can choose between side plates with 2, 6, or 12 buttons designed for FPS, MOBA, and MMO, respectively. Meanwhile, you’ll have to make do with six side buttons with the Logitech G604, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Besides, you also get two additional buttons on the left-click, so you’re still getting plenty of shortcuts to program.
Speaking of, both gaming mice’s scroll wheels have tilt inputs. For the uninitiated, that adds two extra functions to the mix (read: left and right side clicks). Notably, the G604’s wheel protrudes more than the Naga Pro’s, and it’s made from durable metal, not to mention that it has infinite scrolling.
What the G604 lacks is RGB, but whether that’s a plus or a minus really depends on your preferences. On the other hand, the Naga Pro’s wheel, on-body logo, and side buttons all light up. The best part is it isn’t too flashy or too showy, still retaining its sleek and clean look.
Now the Naga Pro is also more compact and shorter in height than the G604. It also weighs less at 117g as compared to 135g, but in the G604’s defense, it’s powered by an AA battery, which can get pretty heavy. For the record, both use PTFE feet, and if nothing else, they’re par for the course for what you’d expect from any gaming mouse worth its salt.
Between the two, only the Razer Naga Pro can be used wired, but the Logitech G604 does have a longer battery life.
In terms of battery life, the Razer Naga Pro can go up to 150 hours on Bluetooth or 100 hours on a 2.4 GHz connection. While that’s impressive to say the least, the Logitech G604 blows it out of the water. According to Logitech, it can last up to 5.5 months on Bluetooth or 240 hours in wireless mode. Thing is, it uses a single AA battery, as mentioned earlier. The Naga Pro does it one better by packing a rechargeable battery under the hood. That means you can just place it into its charging dock all night and have it ready to go each morning.
In the same vein, the Naga Pro arguably has the better software as well. The Razer Synapse is just easier to navigate, and programming shortcuts and such is a breeze. In contrast, the Logitech G Hub is a bit more confusing to use, but getting used to its interface takes little to no time at all. At any rate, all that’s not saying much since you likely won’t have to dive into their software often after setting things up initially.
Last but not least, the Naga Pro is also the only one of the two that can be used wired, which charges it at the same time. Sure, that might not be its main selling point, but the takeaway is you get more connection options with it than with the G604.
The Logitech G604 is easier to use than the Razer Naga Pro in most cases.
Your experience in using these gaming mice largely depends on the size of your hands, your go-to grip, and more. However, there are a couple of aspects to them that play a significant role in that.
For starters, the Razer Naga Pro has a finger rest on the right, but even though it’s a welcome addition, it doesn’t really do much when it comes to grip. Coupled with its thumb rest, the textured surface on the Logitech G604 does a better job. That combination allows for easier maneuverability without accidental presses on any of its side buttons.
On that note, the G604’s side buttons are suitable not only for small or average-sized hands but also for big hands. That’s thanks to adequate spacing between each button, but the Naga Pro’s 6-button panel takes it further in this regard with more space in between. The same can’t be said about its 12-button plate, however. If you have large hands and fingers, the buttons are difficult to feel for since they’re bunched together. But considering the space it’s working with, it’s hard to fault it for that. It does have a lower weight that makes it less fatiguing to use for hours on end, so there’s that.
The Razer Naga Pro edges out the Logitech G604, but it’s not miles ahead.
All in all, the Razer Naga Pro is our pick because of its swappable side plates, lighter weight, more intuitive software, rechargeable battery, and option to use it wired. Simply put, it’s just more flexible, and it’s even got RGB to boot.
That said, we’d still recommend the Logitech G604 any day. For one thing, it’s more affordable, and its battery life can last for months, though you’ll have to settle for using an AA battery. Its grippy surface is a nice touch too, and its two extra buttons beside the left-click can go a long way.
? Is the Razer Naga Pro worth it?
Yes, the Razer Naga Pro is considered as one of the best gaming mice for MMO, for good reason. It’s also adaptable because of its swappable side plates, offering a 2-button layout for FPS, a 6-button panel for MOBA, and a 12-button setup for MMO games.
? Is the Logitech G604 worth it?
Yes, the Logitech G604 can deliver where it counts. It features six side buttons and two extra buttons on its left-click, as well as a metal wheel with infinite scrolling.
? Can the Razer Naga Pro be used wired?
Yes, the Razer Naga Pro comes with what the company calls Speedflex Cable. This allows it to be used and charged simultaneously.
? Can the Logitech G604 be used wired?
No, the Logitech G604 only supports wireless connectivity, namely Bluetooth or the company’s proprietary LIGHTSPEED wireless connection.