The Razer left-handed mouse will be back in 2020. And this time, the California-based manufacturer is giving its customers the chance to help in designing it. \n \nIt was in August 2009 when Razer Inc. first introduced the Naga line of gaming mice. It was designed specifically for the multiplayer online battle arena and massively multiplayer online games. \n \nThe popular gaming device has been evolving over the years. Razer has even incorporated more advanced features every time it launches a new model. The last one was the Razer Naga Trinity that was commercially released in 2017. \n \nWith the company’s commitment to keeping up with the competition, it has even launched a unique variant. It introduced to the market the Razer left-handed mouse, which was equipped with 12 buttons for macros. \n \nHowever, the production of Razer Naga: Left-Handed Edition was stopped in 2014. Accordingly, the lack of demand was the reason behind the decision. \n \nFast forward to 2019, and the Singaporean-led firm is taking a U-turn. In fact, it has already started with its move to revive the device for left-handed gamers. \n \nThe upcoming Razer Naga is something that consumers can take advantage of. It is a product that they can influence in terms of design and specs. In short, they can share with the manufacturer what they have in mind to make it more useful. \n \nWhile the forthcoming device is being tagged as a Razer left-handed mouse, it is not solely for lefties alone. Right-handed gamers can also enjoy the features of gaming hardware. \n \nThe manufacturer has created a page where potential patrons of the Razer Naga device can share their inputs. It is likewise a platform that will help the company identify the demand for the device. Meanwhile, Razer prepared a short video of how the left-handed mouse work. \n \n \n \n \nIt appears that the company has been extra busy these days, introducing various innovations. Just a few days ago, it launched two new variants of its Basilisk gaming mouse line. \n \nThe Basilisk Ultimate, which is more expensive than the other model, is packed with exceptional features. One of these is the optical sensor that provides 20,000 DPI and promises 99.6 percent in resolution accuracy. \n \nOn the other hand, the Basilisk X HyperSpeed has an optical sensor that gives 16,000 DPI via 5G. Both of these new Basilisk variants boast of several capabilities that would make the gaming experience worthwhile. \n \nKeep posted for more updates about the anticipated Razer left-handed mouse and other products!