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Finding the best left-handed gaming mouse used to be a nightmare for southpaws. For such a long time lefties had to more or less train themselves to use right-handed mice if they wanted the specific joy of a great gaming mouse, such has been the discriminatory focus from peripheral manufacturers.

Though there are still precious few rodents actually designed specifically for left-handed gamers, there are more ambidextrous designs making the rounds. Now, of course, a lot of us left-handers can use the rodents designed for the masses quite competently, having had to for most of our lives, but it’s not really the same. The ergonomics are all wrong and side button arrangements are a nightmare. 

left-handed version of the Naga, and given this rise in ambidextrous models, the best left-handed mouse for gaming list doesn’t look as barren as it used to. Going ambidextrous is a genuinely good option for those of us on the hunt for a sinister pointer.

We’ve checked out each of the six left-handed gaming mice on this list first-hand. And first left hand, I might add, to make sure that the promise of ambidextrous designs doesn’t compromise on the potency of any of the rodents we’ve used.

Best left-handed gaming mouse

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1. Logitech G903

The best wireless left-handed mouse.

Specifications

DPI: 12,000

Sensor: Optical PMW3366

Battery: 32 hours (w/o RGB) rechargeable

Interface: USB

Buttons: 11

Ergonomic: Ambidextrous

Weight: 3.1 oz (107 g)

5. Corsair M55 RGB Pro

This ambidextrous pointer delivers the goods.

Specifications

DPI: 12,400

Sensor: Optical

Interface: USB

Buttons: 8

Ergonomic: Ambidextrous

Weight: 3.1 oz (89 g)

best mouse pads for gaming. What’s more, switching between left- or right-handed mode is as easy as holding down two programmable buttons. 

The grippy case also means you’re never less than in complete control. Simultaneously, its responsive optical sensor offers up to 12,400 DPI (and don’t forget individual DPI profiles that can be customized via iCue software). Flaws are lurking beneath the M55’s attractive shell, but you can’t complain when it’s available for such an affordable price.

Read the full Corsair M55 RGB Pro review.

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6. SteelSeries Sensei 310

A comfortable, underrated all-rounder.

Specifications

DPI: 12,000

Sensor: Optical

Interface: USB

Buttons: 8

Ergonomic: Ambidextrous

Weight: 3.2 oz (92 g)

7. ROCCAT Kova AIMO

A great affordable leftie mouse.

Specifications

DPI: 12,000

Sensor: Optical

Interface: USB

Buttons: 11

Ergonomic: Ambidextrous

Weight: 3.5 oz (99 g)

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The Roccat Kova is a fine ambidextrous mouse that offers up a decent value proposition. It features unique Smart Cast buttons that flank each primary clicker and has 10 programmable buttons that you can map however you wish (primary and secondary functions available) with Roccat’s Easy-Shift+ tech.

The weakest part of the Kova, however, is Roccat’s software, Swarm. Its primary purpose is to offer you flexibility and customization with button layouts. Unfortunately, it’s rather convoluted and not as intuitive as the like of Razer or Corsair’s software, meaning it can be annoying to work with. Though no-one has perfect peripheral software. Stand-out detractors in Swarm include limited slots for game-specific profiles and confusingly labeled menu options. 

If you can manage this or look beyond it—or exert angelic patience and get used to all its idiosyncrasies—there’s an excellent ambidextrous, comfortable and well-performing mouse beneath it all that’s worthy of a leftie’s consideration.

Read the full Roccat Kova Aimo review.

Left-handed gaming mouse FAQ

Are there dedicated left-handed gaming mice?

Most gaming mice are either made specifically to fit in the dominant right hand of the majority of users, or are designed to be as comfortable in either hand as possible. But, because of the smaller target audience, there are few that are made to cater for a purely left-handed ergonomic.

Razer has created a left-handed version of the popular Naga, however, which is a smart choice given its many-button design cannot work in an ambidextrous layout.

Are ambidextrous mice good?

The general consensus is that ambidextrous mice—those designed to be used with either left or right hands—are best suited to gamers who favour a claw, or fingertip grip style. Those who prefer a palm grip, where they lay their entire hand on the mouse, can find them less comfortable than a mouse designed specifically for their dominant hand.

Can you switch a mouse to be left-handed?

You can reconfigure the left and right mouse buttons from within Windows itself. From inside ‘Settings’ simply click on ‘Devices’, click on ‘Mouse’ and use the ‘Select your primary button’ drop down to configure the main button.