Hopefully I've got this question in the right section of the forums.
I am looking for a new gaming mouse - preferably wireless. I currently have a G5 which I love but I want to upgrade to wireless if possible. I used to be completely against wireless gaming mice - but I think the newer wireless technology has pretty much closed the gap for anybody but the most competitive gamer (which I am not).
I'm looking for a wireless gaming mouse and I've got my eye on the razer mamba - my problem is that I have a latex allergy and I spend way too much time with a mouse in my hand to have a mouse covered in latex or a rubber or latex product.
Anybody know what the material is that covers the top of the mamba? I've spoken to a couple salespeople at a few computer stores (totally unhelpful) and Razer has yet to get back to me.
Thanks in advance
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You could always cover the surface in say nail polish or matt black spraypaint if it turned out you were allergic Moto
In case anybody else is interested or has the same problem I do I heard back from Razer:
"The material on the mouse grips does not contain natural latex. However, we cannot say with 100% certainty that an individual would not be allergic to the other compounds that are used in the rubber coating."
So no latex but I am pretty sure they got the legal department involved in answering this question :-P