Gaming Mouse

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    I was wondering if anyone knows of a good, left-handed gaming mouse that has atleast 2 programmable buttons. I've been looking everywhere and the Razer DeathAdder comes up but I don't see anything about programmable buttons.
    Also I need it to be comfortable for large hands
     
  2. legendofphil

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    The DeathAdder does have programable buttons, on the side.
    But saying that with Razer stuff you can usually program all the buttons to do (just about) anything.
     
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    Haha, that was funny :)
     
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    I can't name any left handed mice...i'm left handed for everything but I can't comprehend using a mouse with my left, lol.

    But I suggest NOT going with any Razor mice, unless you seriously seriously hate yourself. Razor mice are overpriced and trash. I'd suggest finding a logitech ambidextrous mouse.
    At worst i'd say get a rock and tie a cord to it, it'll be pretty much on par with a razor mouse.
     
  7. Quietlyawesome94

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    It may seem odd but some of us grew up using mice with our left hand. First time I saw a mouse I just naturally grabbed it with my left and use my middle finger to left click. I just remap movement when I can to IJKL and other surrounding buttons...

    Razer confirmed a few months back they would be releasing a left handed version of their 'Naga gaming mouse'... Not sure how it is seeing your comments about Razer.

    Looks like the OP's best bet is to grab a ambidextrous mouse... I just get away with using a wireless laptop mouse. Probably why I suck at FPS games and my hands cramp. :lol: