Razer Deathadder Left Hand Mouse Edition for Lefties
The news of release of the first ever Razer DeathAdder Left Hand Edition, which actually is a gaming mouse, has given the left-handed gamers a good reason to cheer up and enjoy most of the gaming.
The Razer DeathAdder Left Hand Edition is a creation of the world’s top-class gaming equipment manufacturer Razer and the objective behind its manufacturing and the very idea of this left-handed gaming mouse is truly entertainment-oriented, for sure. Featuring many high-end technologies like 3.5G infrared sensor, five programmable Hypereponse buttons and the trademark 1000Hz Ultrapolling technology, no stone is left unturned in the manufacturing of it and one can realize the quality of these simply by experiencing its speed, lightweight and comfort of handling.
Among other must mentioning features of the Razer DeathAdder Left Hand Edition the nameable ones include Ultra-Large non-slip buttons, 1ms response time, Gold-Plated USB connector, On-The-Fly Sensitivity adjustment, lightweight and braided fiber cable with a length of Seven-Feet, always-On mode, Zero-Acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet and 16-bit ultra-wide data path. In spite of integration all such high-tech features and many other facilities the price of this left-handed mouse has been kept quite reasonable and it costs US $59.99 only.
The concept behind the designing and manufacturing of the Razer DeathAdder Left Hand Edition is truly commendable as controlling the mouse by the left handed gamers was always like a troublesome task. Now with the release of this leftie gaming mouse in the market everybody else will be fully capable and confident of going for the gaming competitions as well and the shining look of this mouse too is worth pulling attention.
Designed as a perfect ergonomic mouse, it can lend one with total comfort of handling it along with rest amidst using it. The president of Razer USA Robert “Razerguy” Krakoff is quite happy at the invention of such a useful accessory foe the gamers and have commented that he himself has been a satisfied user of this mouse and it is like a great relief for him when he finds it really tough to drag the mouse by his right hand. He hopes that everybody else, who is a left-hander, will like using this mouse though still many are there who have not yet heard about the creation of such a mouse. But as it has been made available worldwide, the buyers will not have to take much pain while searching for it.