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#1 14 years ago

Hi Guys- I'd like your input, suggestions and feedback regarding my search for a gaming mouse or general controller. I have cerebral palsey which limits my right hand corodination when playing PC games. I'm searching for a mouse or game controller which would allow me to control game actions as much as possible with my left hand. I can use 2 fingers on my right hand for keyboard actions, but by using controls with my left, I lessen the chance of getting owned lol. I've tried the belkin gamepad for instance, but it didn't work out well. It seems the logitech laser gaming mice have enough buttons, but they are right-handed. I've googled inquires...but not much have come up. I'd appreciated any input. Thank you in advance!


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#2 14 years ago
Admiral Donutz Advanced Member

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#3 14 years ago

:moved: from GD to Tech since this is a computer hardware related question. Btw welcome aboard mate. :)


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#4 14 years ago

Logitech does a left handed version of one of it's mice, I believe it's the MX610. I also believe it got pretty crap reviews, basically saying it's expensive but nothing special.


Wayne brady bitches!

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#5 14 years ago

u could try a universal shaped mouse (i.e shaped for use with both hands) atm im using the s+arck mouse (clicky) which is designed like that. Its not a bad mouse, its cheap but well made, does the job for gaming, and looks pretty dam good too. Only trouble is it only has the 2 buttons, but with a bit of googling you might find something similar with more buttons, i believe the word for this universal hand style is ergonomic (correct me if wrong)

Hope that helps and happy gaming!


edit: ahh just found something the new microsoft/razer gaming mouse has a universal hand design from what i can see and plenty of customisable buttons (bit dear tho) unfortunatly its called the HABU :rolleyes: wonder who came up with that?