What you need to know
- After years of absence, the Razer Naga Left-Handed Edition is back.
- The MMO-focused mouse features 12 side buttons to bind all of your in-game abilities.
- The Razer Naga Left-Handed Edition is available now for $99.99.
After teasing its return late last year, Razer has finally brought its Naga MMO gaming mouse back for lefties. The Razer Naga Left-Handed Edition is available starting today for $99.99 directly from Razer.
The main attraction of the Razer Naga has always been its expansive button setup. The 12 side buttons give you a large selection of easily-accessible binds for all of your abilities. That's huge for MMO games, where your list of abilities can run beyond 20, depending on your class and the game.
The Naga has been available for right-handed gamers for a very long time, but a left-handed version has been absent for years. The Naga Left-Handed Edition solves that, mirroring the original mouse with an ergonomic design built for lefties.
You'll get the same set of 12 side buttons, along with Razer's Focus+ 20K optical sensor for precision pointing. The mechanical mouse switches on board are rated for up to 50 million clicks, while the cable is built specifically to reduce drag. Finally, there's on-board memory for up to five profiles so you can switch on the fly.
Gaming can be a bit of a pain for lefties who haven't adapted to using a right-handed gaming mouse. However, Razer has been one of the few companies out there making left-handed and ambidextrous gaming mice. If you're curious about the Naga Left-Handed gaming mouse, it's available starting today for $99.99.
The Razer Naga Left-Handed Edition gives lefties access to one of the best MMO gaming mice out there.
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