Summary: I have recommended this mouse to every lefty I know and none have had failures. I probably put a billion clicks on the thing before it failed, as I am an extremely heavy user not only for gaming but for my job as a designer 40+ hours a week as well. The replacement is older than 2 years now and works fine, it has a slightly heavier click so i suspect they corrected the issue with a new component.
Pros: The only option for gamers. The logitech lefty is OK, but this mouse is better.
Cons: I did have my first one fail after almost 2 years. I was about a week from the warranty so they DID replace it for free. My main button would double click sporadically.
Summary: Razor have your crew weld the mouse 1 and mouse 2 buttons in place as conventional and do whatever you want with the rest.
Pros: Does what it's supposed to , looks nice, feels good. I have been gaming since the days Of Duke Nukem and Quake 1 on the PC. I have had dozens of mice. It's a nice mouse and it's left handed. Good size and good weight.
Cons: The only issue I have is the same as the other fellow down the page here. Being left handed all these years on the PC we have gotten used to the left click/right click of conventional mouse 1 and mouse 2 buttons. We cannot switch now. Leave the Left click and right click alone. The thumb buttons in the right spot though are fabulous..
Summary: I had the old logitech M510 forever. I LOVED its feel, weight, batter charging stand, and button options even though it was a right ergonomic. Alas, the batter finally stopped holding a charge, and my hand just couldn't take the odd shape. If not for the snagging wire, this would get 5 stars even though the buttons are hardwired for left orientation one can use the clumsy software to revert them back.
Pros: Long cable, left handed orientation, 5 buttons. Smooth rubberized coating for non-slip.
Cons: Software to convert buttons, braided wire kinks and snags constantly, not wireless
Summary: Ok, the logo is a bit much, c'mon really??? If you don't see anything that's the point, it's hidden in plain view. Look closely at Razer's logo, get a good picture and look at it... (Newegg's zooms in quite nicely , If I remember correctly.
Pros: Left handed gaming mouse, feels great in hand, buttons feel very nice and moves very well.
Summary: I really do wish Razer would make a wireless version... I know they wouldn't have to pay for new tooling! it would be cheap! Do it! There's nothing else on the market for a wireless lefty mouse! Also, as others have said, the software it comes with is pretty buggy. (It would frequently lag for me) I don't really think this is a Con though, because it is easily remedied: On my desktop, I use X-Mouse instead.
Pros: It's a well made, left handed mouse. For desktop use, there's nothing on the market that I'd rather have.
Cons: The wire is loooong, and kevlar-wrapped. When I first bought the mouse, and used it only for my desktop, I would have put this in the Pros category. However, if you're using this mouse with a laptop, and travel with it... the kevlar cord rapidly gets kinked and twisted in that semi-permanent way that only a kevlar cord does. It's also awkwardly long when pulling it out of a backpack... even though I diligently wrap it before packing, I always end up taking half of my ...
Summary: CONS CONT. My perceived gap in the primary clicker triggers may be due to how NEW this is compared to my heavily used Copperhead. The weight seems displaced too much at the fingers and not enough at the base (palm side) to keep the mouse at a nice 90^ on the x-y axis. My grip keeps turning it 40^ towards the right. OTHER I'm right a hander who games with a mouse in the left hand. I use my right hand on the AWSD 123 keys. Replaced a Razer Copperhead.
Pros: Very swift and smooth movements. Ergonomic - a lefty mouse after how many years!?! Braided Very smooth movement That rit thar is a purdy light.
Cons: Ergonomic - I thought this would reduce hand fatigue but I find the design more challenging for games than the Copperhead it replaced. My ring finger lies on my pinkie. In combination with this firm palm-grip design, Im putting more force on those two fingers to slide the mouse right. This also causes me to angle the mouse to the right instead of straight, which makes piloting in BF2BC challenging. My right finger needs a more raised resting location. Buttons - The th...
Summary: Great Mouse terrible software i'd still recomend this product if you want to spend the money on a 5 button mouse where only left, right and mouse button actually work.
Pros: Fits like a glove for lefhanders, although the mouse itself if fairly large which is a learning curve. if you're like me you've used smaller right handed mice to minimize the impact of most righthanded ergonomical designs.
Cons: Side buttons stopped working sfter 3 days. Software often does not recognize the mouse as connected contantly refreshing for it to read. I wish the mouse was slightly smaller to lesson the impact of getting used to the feel of this mouse.
Summary: I dont know if my problem could be a firmware issue or a driver issue.
Pros: Love this mouse, love how they finally make a left handed mouse for us lefties. Love how it feels in my hand. Had a few problems but will keep this mouse for a long time. Til someone comes out with another left handed mouse that i can try.
Cons: I play game with the left hand but the buttons are like a right handed mouse. So my ring finger is my click button and my pointer finger is my menu button. After about a month my mouse wont change the buttons to right handed mouse they stay left handed. Guess I will have to get use it and start using the left handed mouse buttons aswell.