Summary: Good mouse overall, its a huge change considering I used to own a Logitech G500 which had more DPI, buttons to change speed(no software required) and weights which I loved. The DeathAdder LHE feels so good on your left hand, its like heaven.
Pros: The pros are: Feels comfortably in your left hand. The lights make it useful to find the mouse in the dark. The DPI can be set to different stages from 400 to 3500 or you can set it manually. Full customization of the buttons. Can turn off the lights.
Cons: The cons are: By default, the mouse clicks are inverted. It requires installing the Razer Synapse for the buttons to be customizable and requires an account for it to do so.
Summary: Best left hand mouse you can buy. I have owned 3 of these now and dont think I would bother with any other gaming mouse. This is my first left handed mouse as I have always used standard one's.
Pros: Great mouse for precision gaming . On the fly sensitivity setting. Great Software for custom configuration. Looks nice and feels awesome in the palm.
Cons: In the Past razor software did not require you to login to change your configuration. That could be a problem if you set this up without internet connection. Comes with the mouse button left and right function switched from standard mice. Took 7 business days to ship although I chose expedited sh...
Summary: I have this same mouse on my older PC that I have used for the last 4 years and recommended to a few customers as well. It's still holding up great from constant gaming use as well as normal computer use.
Pros: The material used for this mouse is easy to clean and comfortable even after a few hours hammering away in Diablo 3. I like that there is software included that allows you to fine tune the responsiveness of this mouse, which is preferable for mouse heavy games versus normal usage during spreadshe...
Cons: NONE. This left hander mouse is a Godsend and a MUST for anyone who is a 10-key data entry tasker or left handed gamer.
Pros: As a leftie in a right-handed world, I have to say that there is NO SUCH THING as an ambidexterous mouse. They fit no one comfortably. This mouse fits. During the summer I've been know to game from 8-10 hours straight and the mouse never give up. My first purchase of this particular mouse was in ...
Cons: The top surface of the mouse has a leathery texture, probably to prevent slipping, but it shows wear and develops a weird "build-up" that doesn't clean well.
Summary: I've been using this mouse for like 5 years. Bought two for home and one for work. It's been going strong after 4 years of use and I've almost worn through the rubber coating on the index finger button. Bought an extra for backup.
Pros: * Made for a lefty * Great rubber texture * Nifty glowing snake and wheel * No fatigue after years of use
Summary: It'd be nice if there were an on-the-fly DPI adjustment set of buttons somewhere on the mouse, but it's a nice, accurate mouse that has really improved my game. It's definitely the best lefty mouse that I've purchased.
Pros: It's left handed, comfy, has a nice weight to it, feels sturdy enough, and has some nifty driver features. It works fine and feels good and accurate.
Cons: Having to switch the buttons around for the left/right click is a short-lived pain in the bum. Not all lefty mouse users switch the buttons around- in fact, I've yet to meet one who hasn't adapted to the right handed style. It's not enough to take an egg off, but it's definitely something to take...
Summary: - A reviewer below suggested Razer have a physical switch to reverse the left/right button signals. I've had this same thought - it would solve the problem for everyone. - Until then, Razer, PLEASE don't change the wiring!
Pros: - I've had mine for 2 years, at least 2000 hours of use, and it's working great. - The buttons are hard-wired in reverse. When you press the right mouse button, the computer receives a left click. I've ALWAYS reversed buttons on right-handed mice, it never works for menus in games, so IMO, this i...
Cons: - Many of the bad reviews here are from lefties who have adapted to right-handed mice and want the right-handed button configuration. To them I say quit your whining, go use any of the 5000 symmetrical ambidextrous mice on the market, and leave the only real left-handed mouse to the REAL lefties....
Summary: It's a left-handed, 3500 dpi gaming mouse. It isn't perfect, but it's good. And if you're looking for a left-handed mouse, this is, without a doubt, the absolute best mouse you can buy at this point.
Pros: Mine has been going strong for over a year now. It tracks well and I've never noticed any skipping with my Steelseries qck pad. The side buttons are usable and don't get in the way, the scroll wheel is silent and has decent feedback, although maybe a bit mushy.
Cons: The Razer software is...not the best - I don't know why it doesn't return to "default" AFTER you quit a game with a special profile. The sides of the mouse are also this high-gloss, very smooth plastic instead of the slightly rubberized texture on the top, so it can slip a bit, but if it bothered...
Summary: This is a fantastic mouse. I've owned it for two years and put at least a thousand hours on it. Mice don't often last a year with me, so this one is outstanding. If you are left handed and never used a left handed mouse, you don't know what you are missing. This mouse fits your left hand.
Pros: Comfortable fit, very responsive, easily programmable buttons, sturdy, can set up different profiles for the different types of games you play, not so many buttons that your hand feels confused, you can adjust the LED so it blinks less rapidly, stays on or you can just turn it off.
Cons: I'm not hell bent on a newer version, but some slight variations over a few years(other than a different color) would be nice. It just proves that if it's not broken don't fix it.