It must be tough for a gamer to be left handed in a world full of righties. You can’t really find a decent gaming mouse with an ambidextrous design meaning many lefties had to learn to game with their right hand. Razer has finally unveiled a new gaming mouse designed specifically for these lefties to use.
The DeathAdder Left Hand Edition is the first gaming mouse specifically designed for lefties and uses a 3.5G lasersensor. The mouse has the same features as the other DeathAdder mouse that we have seen before include five programmable buttons, 1000Hz ultrapolling and more.
The sensitivity of the mouse is up to 3500dpi, which is four times that of a standard mouse. The mouse is shipping globally for $59.99. Other features include on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment, seven-foot USB cable, and always-on mode.
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