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Naga Left-Handed Edition: Razer wants to offer his left-handed mouse again


While the selection of gaming mice is very large, this is not true for dedicated left-handed peripherals. Razer wants to change that and another one Left-handed version of the Razer Naga develop. Interested parties can sign up for the product, which should be delivered according to the manufacturer from 2020. This unusual process has some reasons.

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Razer wants to use the registration form primarily to find out how high the demand for left-handed mice is for gamers. "Planning a left-handed mouse has been a difficult journey so far, because it's a project that has caused big costs with low demand"says the company. Among other things, this is due to the fact that manufacturing machines have to be recalibrated and retrofitted and the resulting products undergo various quality tests – as if they were a completely new product.

10 percent are neglected

The Razer Naga Lefthanded Edition will be one of the few left handed mice that is also ergonomically designed for left-handers. The manufacturer himself admits that about 10 percent of all people in the world are left-handed. You usually have no choice but to use a symmetrical mouse or to play with your right hand. For example, Razer also has the Deathadder Left-Handed Edition on offer. This is currently not in stock.

The adapted Razer Naga is functionally identical to the conventional version. Again, there is a button matrix on the right side with twelve different buttons. This makes the mouse good, for example, in MMORPGS, where many skills require many different key assignments. It is not known how much the Naga will cost left-handed. The standard model is currently around 100 euros.