Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 17 Aug 2020.
Honestly I'm just happy they have re-released this thing, (old version was £62 when i bought one in 2017) and have been worried what I was going to do when either of my 2 started to die.
I use one at work for Autocad, having the number pad makes life sooo much easier and without synapse installed the DPI up/down buttons are standard forwards/backwards navigation buttons which I have no idea how people work in an office without them and a second at home because you try getting a decent left handed mouse that isn't Razer (ok I also have an elecom EX-g for Revit).
Still feels to me these companies are missing a trick surely the business market is larger than the gaming one and therefore could make more money promoting the correctly handed mouse an ergonomic thing.
The only mice that seem to be routinely available in a lefty version are the expensive, specialist ergonomic mice. I use an Evoluent vertical mouse, available in righty and lefty form and in two or three sizes but, costs over ₤95 a time. Damned cycling accidents, buggering my right wrist...
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