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Left handed mouse

Our previous suppliers for the Logitec left-handed mouse and the Cherry Ergo left-handed mouse have stopped making those items but we have found some other sources for you.   Please add a comment below if you know of any other left-handed mouse brands or shops that sell a left handed computer mouse

The sources for left handed mouse version are at the bottom of this page.

Razer Left Handed Mouse

The Razer DeathAdder Left-Hand Edition is the world’s first gaming grade mouse for left-handers. Rest assured that because it is crafted solely for you left-handers it will erase all doubt that a right handed gamer might have an edge because of the mouse he uses. The Razer DeathAdder has been the weapon of choice for gamers seeking a combination of comfort and unbridled gaming precision for a long time. And since the difference between victory and defeat is determined in a heartbeat, nothing must slow you down. The 3500dpi Razer Precisionâ„¢ 3.5G infrared sensor translates your every movement into frags with pinpoint accuracy. Enjoy extended gaming sessions in comfort with a mouse crafted for the elite world of competitive gaming.

Razer left handedd mouse

  • True Ergonomic Left-Hand Design – For all the left-handed gamers out there, your long hours of using gaming mice that do not fit are over. With the Razer DeathAdder Left-Hand Edition, Razer is covering new ground. The first gaming grade mouse dedicated solely to left-handed professional gamers was conceived because when it comes down to it, you want to know you are perfectly equipped with precision and comfort.
  • 3500DPI Razer Precisionâ„¢ 3.5G Infrared Sensor -The 3500DPI Razer Precisionâ„¢ 3.5G infrared sensor arms you with 4x more precision than a standard 800DPI mouse giving you the edge over the entire competition.
  • 1000Hz Ultrapollingâ„¢ – Instantaneous execution is guaranteed with the Razer 1000Hz Ultrapollingâ„¢ technology giving you a response time of 1ms compared to that of 125Hz / 8ms found in conventional gaming mice.

Here is where you can get the Razer left-handed mouse

  • Amazon USA Razer mouse left handed (sorry, can't find it on Amazon UK)
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48 comments on “Left handed mouse
  1. Mathew says:

    Being left-handed meant having a limited option while choosing proper mouse. As a matter of fact, the finest you can normally get your hands on was just an ambidextrous mouse. But now i can see the tendency that new companies are creating mirrored version of their products to support lefties. So i found the complete list of left handed gaming mouse which is perfect for PC gaming. Hope it will help you..

  2. Lucsan says:

    I am left-handed computer professional and gamer and have always used the mouse in my left hand. For shared computers simply add a second mouse, one on each side of the keyboard, both will work. Use a left hand mouse which does not require the OS to be informed (or otherwise as desired).

    Of the two defunct mice mentioned above, the logitech (I have a couple of these) is left handed out of the box, the cherry requires the OS switch.

    I also use a logitech g300 (ambidextrous mouse) this has 3 modes and is programmable. You can set one of the modes to be right handed (or left). I often use this with the g13 keypad (for gaming) while right handed (ie: expected to be used with the mouse in the right hand), as long as you don’t really need the mini-joystick the main keyboard is ambidextrous. It is also programmable, so great for those mining crafting games where you can setup a chop chop move, chop chop move sequence on a single key.

  3. oscar says:

    Logitech do a left handed mouse now wireless one MX 610. Also Razer do a Naga now 2014. Roccat do some ambi types

  4. oscar says:

    While being for us lefties the build quality is poor use cheap plastics ive had 3 the little bits break inside on clickers have the middle wheel not working properly on one have now it did come apart so had to glue back together one day so think could either have been done by shop as could see where it joins(screws under slider pads) they’d been glued looked like S glue.
    Most expensive part is the packaging and if spent more on item instead of blah blah and fancy box it might be still on my desk.
    RMA’ing it soon as first thought it was one i’d got new in box on flea bay so they gave me corporate B/S which don’t wash with me then remembered it was one id got from yoyo tech but now gone bust so they wound there neck in and emailed me a rma form so now looking else where.
    the mouse does work ok but as something that’s moving and loose item on desk has to take some knocks my old logitech was solid and very well built so no excuses.

  5. Blazej says:

    I was using mouse in right hand for more then 10 years (since I was 9 y.o), I’m only lefty in home so I was forced. When I bougth my own PC I decide to start using computer normaly (for me). It was very good decision! Now I feel far more comfortable. After few months I decied to get ” Razer DeathAdder Left-Hand Edition”. I have this mouse almost for 3 years. Awsome shape, high quality, long cabel (gold USB). Some times (less then once per week) mouse is freezing for second (too old to work properly?) . Huge disadvenatage is a hole beetwin top and sides (great place for dirt and bacteria!).

    It’s the best mouse I had ever seen/used.

  6. cathy says:

    I was referred as the “left-handed mouser” by one the computer technicans in the hospital where I worked. They never seen anybody put their mouse on the left side of the computer and I had supervisors tell me to move it to the right. It was the proper way to use it. I stood my grounds and said ” I am left-handed amd I use my left hand for the mouse”
    I have observe many left-handed people use their right hand for the mouse–that was the way they were told to use it..
    i think this another subject that needs to be address in classrooms that teach basic use of the computer -let the left-handed student decided which hand is more comfortable for them to use..

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