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5-19-2011 @ 9:59PM
Yeah, I'm now onto my second razer naga (upgraded the normal to epic). I wouldn't want a lefthanded mouse to play WoW. I tend to control forward and back movement plus all my primary abilities through the keyboard and use the mouse mainly for turning and secondary abilities and coouldowns (with the numpad). I don't really see why I'd want my strong hand doing the secondary stuff and my weaker hand doing the less important stuff. TBH, there isn't really a problem with using the mouse in either hand - handedness makes a difference more for smaller, dextrous tasks - when you think about using a mouse, you aren't doing anything all that detailed - sliding your whole hand accross a desk. A right-handed person could switch a symmetrical mouse to the other side of the keyboard, use it with their left hand and get used to it fairly quickly. The only reason people use mice in their other hand is really because the first time they sat down at a computer they moved the mouse on the assumption it would be easier and got used to it.
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