Peripheral manufacturer Razer has opened the order books for the new Razer Naga Left-Handed Edition. Who is left-handed can now register for free at Razer. The gaming mouse should convince not only with additional keys, but also the Pixart sensor and the gamers to facilitate the operation.
Already in the past Razer had mice for left-handers in the program. Not only do you redesign the mouse, you also test the mouse and perform various software phases. All this costs money. From the last Razer Naga 2014 designed specifically for left-handers, the company, according to founder Min-Liang Tan, has sold as many units as one day with right-handed mice. In addition to the special versions, there are also computer mice that can be used with both hands. Many a left-hander has even changed and can operate the mouse with his right hand.
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Facts about the Razer Naga Left-Handed Edition:
- Razer has designed the Naga Left-Handed Edition especially for left-handers. The gaming mouse will go into production next year.
- In advance, there was a Kickstarter campaign to raise money for development. After all, the production and the development is associated with high investments, so the founder Min-Liang Tan.
- Who wants to have a Razer Naga Left-Handed Edition, must expect a price of 99 US dollars. You can pre-register to get a mouse for sure.
Sources: Facebook, Kickstarter, Razer, Wikipedia
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