Razer has new mouse for lefties


While most folks out there are right handed, this does not give them the avenue to discriminate against us lefties, eh? Southpaws have more often than not been on the raw end of the deal when it comes to computer mice simply because most of these were designed to target right handed people, while a more generic ambidextrous design is not as fluid to use even though it might be comfortable enough. Well, Razer knows that gamers (especially hardcore ones) can be a very demanding bunch, which is why they decided to try something new – by coming up with the Razer DeathAdder Left Hand Edition. Built from ground up to meet community demands for a mouse that was purposefully engineered to give lefties the competitive edge in a gaming environment, the Left Hand Edition merges a comfortable ergonomic form factor with a powerfully precise 3.5G infrared sensor.

This just goes to show that Razer has been listening to their clients so far, with the Razer DeathAdder Left Hand Edition being a monumental effort that deserves recognition and its 15 minutes of fame. You will find that this gaming peripheral will come with a special ergonomic form factor which offers lefties a comfort they can call their own, especially during extended gaming sessions. You get five programmable Hypereponse buttons to keep your adrenaline pumping, alongside its very own trademark 1000Hz Ultrapolling technology which is capable of offering gamers the speed required to make every moment count. Apart from that, there will also be a 3500dpi Razer Precision 3.5G infrared sensor which delivers four times the amount of precision compared to a regular 800dpi mouse, making this one lean, mean fragging machine.

Depending on which side of the pond you reside in, it will retail for 59.99 of the local currency, so you might want to purchase it from the US and have it shipped over, assuming the savings you make instead of using Euros will be offset from shipping fees. If you have been looking for a gaming mouse and are a southpaw, this might just be it!

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