Gaming kit manufacturer Razer has announced that it will release a left-handed version of the Razer Naga gaming mouse for MMO games.
Razer's CEO Min-Liang Tan offered to create a lefty version of the Naga if a Facebook post reached 10,000 Likes before April 21 – but southpaw gamers easily reached that total by March 29.
It joines the Razer DeathAdder Left-Hand Edition as only the second gaming mouse designed specifically for left-handed gamers. Like its right-handed counterpart, the lefty Naga will arrive packing 17 buttons and custom interface add-ons for MMOs, along with a 5600dpi laser sensor that serves up 1ms response time and a maximum tracking speed of 200 inches per second.
Pricing info has yet to be revealed for the left-handed version of the Naga – and you'll have to wait until 2013 for it – but the right-handed version retails for £70.
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