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July 31, 2013 9:32:37 AM

Hi, so I have been looking around for gaming mice, and I really can't find anything. I'm surprised that most companies don't do left handed mice. At the moment, i have the razer deathadder left handed edition, and it sucks. It's not comfortable, and it hurts my last 2 fingers when I game. So there goes $60 bucks wasted.

Is there a mouse that can really comfortable for my hand, and has really good quality build? I really don't have a budget on a mouse, I just want to have a good gaming experience, and being comfortable while I game.

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a b 4 Gaming
July 31, 2013 9:36:29 AM

look at the steelseries kana and sensei, both are ambidextrous and great mice
a b 4 Gaming
July 31, 2013 9:55:36 AM

Not much to be surprised about with companies not making left handed mice, left handed people are only 10% of the population, and growing up using computers for the 20 years, I never had a left handed option and used my right hand, and now 20 years later, using a lefty mouse would be hard. Out of the 10% of lefties, I would say probably only 1-2% have to use a left handed mouse, and the other use a right handed mouse, so it's not a big market.
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August 4, 2013 1:41:50 AM

Razer Deathadder left handed edition, or one of the ambidextrous mice, Steelseries Sensei, Razer Abbysus, (but this is decidedly low rent), or the Razer Taipan. A Corsair M65 although righthanded may be an option with a claw grip. I tried that one and found the sniper button to be accessible with the ring finger and useable, but as the body slopes left to right, a palm grip may be uncomfortable, as it is biased for right handers. If you can try a mouse do so before committing., find the mouse that is right for you. The ambidextrous designs are pretty much OK either way.

I am ambidextrous, but have always used a mouse lefthanded, as do my kids, one is lefthanded the other righthanded, but we all use a mouse with our lest hand.
My old faithful Copperhead has died, so i am looking for a mouse I am waiting to see if Razer bring out a left hand edition of their updated Deathadder, but might go for a Steelseries Sensei Raw, but as I use Steam on Linux, it may be an issue.