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Unlike a desert rattler, though, the ambidextrous Razer Abyssus Mirror is a decidedly tame beast. In fact, the Abyssus is Razers most stripped-back and basic mouse to date
Originally Posted by ToploadedI could be wrong, but there must be nearly zero value in an ambidextrous gaming mouse. I'm 100% left handed in everything I do.... but even I use my right hand for a mouse. Are there any gamers here that actually do use their left hand?
Originally Posted by capnPedroYou've given it low marks for features, but surely the fact that it's an ambidextrous gaming mouse is something of a unique selling point? I'm not left-handed, so I've never been hugely interested in the left-handed mouse market, but I thought there were very few gaming mice for southpaws to use.
That would explain the missing thumb buttons - if Razer is intending this for use by left handed people.
Originally Posted by Achilleas.kHow is removing thumb buttons an ambidextrous "feature"? It's like saying we can't build bigger doors for big people so let's just leave one wall out.
Originally Posted by capnPedroI never claimed it was a feature, but you haven't got thumb buttons on both sides, you've now got pinky buttons.
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