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Razer announces plans to unveil Left-handed Naga mouse

Razer, leader in high-performance gaming hardware, has confirmed plans to release a left-handed Naga gaming mouse, an announcement that has made many Lefty’s quite happy. After receiving 10,000 likes within a week on its Facebook website, Razer made the announcement to move forward with its plans to release a left-handed Razer Naga mouse.

“That Facebook post generated more buzz than we could’ve ever imagined, which proves that there have been a number of gamers that have had their needs ignored for some time,” said CEO and Chief Gamer Min-Liang Tan. “We pride ourselves on being gamers ourselves, and we all know that there is no substitute for gaming with your dominant hand.”

Razer became the first company to offer a left-handed gaming mouse two years ago, when the company announced its DeathAdder Left-Hand Edition. Proving that it’s still serious about serving the need of its legions of left-handed users, Razer’s latest Naga is only the second professional-grade gaming mouse designed specifically for left-handed users – and Razer makes both of them.

Razer’s community is a huge part of its company, and why it has a dedicated team of community specialists that monitor and interact with fans all over the world. Razer encourages any and all of its fans to connect with the company via Facebook and Twitter, and share their ideas on what could be the next big announcement.

via Razer


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