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5-19-2011 @ 7:25PM
I'm left-handed and use a right-handed mouse, but not all of us are comfortable using the mouse with our non-dominant hand. If the comments on this page are any indication, a left-handed Naga mouse would be a boon to more than a few people.As for pens, a lot of we left-handers tend to drag our hands over what we've just written as we write, and if the ink doesn't dry quickly, it can smear and/or get on the sides of our fingers. I've ended up with black, blue, and/or graphite marks on my hand all my life. I'm pretty sure left-handed pens just have quick-drying ink.
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