If you’re left-handed, there isn’t a lot of love for you in the gaming mice market. Left-handers make up around 5 percent of the Australian population, so naturally lefties aren’t a natural target for peripheral manufacturers. But there have been rare cases of company reaching out. And having made two left-handed mice in the past, Razer is back, manufacturing a new left-handed version of the Razer Naga.
There was a time when adding “gaming” to a tech product meant it was cheap without being poor quality. Today, a “gaming” peripheral usually carries a markup of $100 or more, which is why so many gaming mice are priced at exorbitant levels. Except for one.
I own a lot of gaming mice. I’m talking two full draws of the things. And out of all the mice I’ve purchased, there’s no brand I’ve bought more than Zowie, the esports-centric peripherals started by some of the oldest Counter-Strike professionals around.