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Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by Xiopiche, Oct 18, 2016.

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  1. Xiopiche

    Xiopiche Member

    I bought a left handed razer naga in 2013 and lightly its gotten a big attitude problem where it works only when it feels like it. So I have decided to dump it and get a new one. However I was looking around and noticed that there really isnt much of an option to choose from. Any one know of any that are good and want to recommend them to me?
  2. PlatinumC

    PlatinumC Active Member

  3. 60565

    60565 New Member

    Deathadder lefty edition
  4. Unfortunately the deathadder LH, old as it is, is probably your only LH ergonomic option. Personally I have a vague hope that at some point Razer will take the guts of one the more recent Deathadders and drop them into the LH shells -- even if that means losing (say) the on-the-fly DPI adjustment buttons from the Elite or whatever -- just so there's a current-tech LH mouse. To be honest, I'm less concerned from a performance perspective (super-sensitive mousing isn't going to make *me* perform better, sadly) but just so that when Razer eventually start pruning older devices from their driver support, I still have an option.

    I have three Deathadder LHs (one still in-box from the last time I panicked and bought a spare in case they stopped selling them) but I'd happily put them in the spares box and buy some new/upgraded LH models if they became available.
  5. 3thyr

    3thyr New Member

    Lmao, my friends challenge each other in games by switching the position of the mouse
  6. clanfear

    clanfear New Member

    leftys still being left out on the good stuff because those awesome engineers and designers cant imagine to create the same stuff flipped. To them leftys are too marginal
    to be considered .
    But hey mice and stuff arent at least not that hard to get. Im lefty guitarplayer for 30 years took me 1 year find a decent piece USA handcrafted Guitar...and i ended up having to buy a Gibson Costum made Standart insanly expensive.

    So id like to see a Naga Hex lefty in the Future
  7. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    At one point I believe Min did say that they actually lost money on every left handed mouse sold, but they knew that going in and decided to make some anyways. That and they have made sure to keep bringing out an ambidextrous line, so at least they are trying?
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  8. clanfear

    clanfear New Member

    i highly doubt they lose money bc whenever i tried to buy one in the past ...they were out of stock or sold out, thats why i now got 2 LH Nagas (1 in reserve).
    On the contrary in the "normal" right hand department Razer has big competition...specialy with Logitech. They could play it smart , but with a stubborn attitude and ludicrous believe in a mathematical model( that says 10% lefties only approx ) that wont happen.
  9. Destrok

    Destrok Well-Known Member

    The left handed Deathadder specifically is what they were losing money on, and just because the product is selling, doesn't mean they are making money, profit is very very different from sales.
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