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    Most computer mice come in right-handed designs that can be difficult for lefties to hold. Left-handed mice do exist, of course, but they're more of a niche product. Ambidextrous designs are a nice compromise because they can be used by people who favor either hand. Of course, even lefty or ambidextrous PC gamers don't just want a mouse they can hold; it needs to be good for gaming too.
    Enter the Razer Diamondback. The Diamondback was one of Razer's first gaming mice all the way back in 2004. Razer has since updated its design a few times over the few years, with the 2015 edition launching only weeks ago. The new Razer Diamondback sports Chroma full-spectrum lighting, an amazing 16,000 DPI sensor, and of course, an ambidextrous design. Read on for our detailed review with video!

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    11-13-2015 02:30 PM

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