It’s been a while since left-handed gamers have had a decent gaming mouse to play with so they’ll be glad to hear of the new left-handed Razer Deathadder.
This new version of the Deathadder is simply a mirror image of the ergonomic right-handed design that’s proven to be so popular. Specification-wise it’s identical to its right handed brother, with five programmable buttons and a 3,500dpi infrared sensor with 1000Hz polling. But now the side buttons are on the right and the ergonomic design fits snugly into the left hand.
The Razer Deathadder is still one of my favourite gaming mice (my original 1,800dpi version is still going strong) so left handers are getting a quality mouse, but they’re hardly spoilt for choice. Hopefully this is a sign that Razer are considering switching their other ergonomic designs (Imperator, wireless Mamba) to the dark left-hand side, and if Razer can prove there are enough buyers out there then other manufacturers are sure to follow. Left handed Logitech G9x, anyone?
The left-handed version of the Razer Deathadder will be shipping on 24th March at a retail price of $59.99.