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I have Razer Lacheasis 4000dpi,and it tend to stuck on vertical movement sometimes,and its very frustrating,it was on razer support that the latest firmware changes that,but it not solved anything,so I decided to buy a new mouse.
I am a left hander,so ergonomic mice for right handers are off, + and have a large hands,so lacheasis was ok in terms of size.
Help me to find a right mouse. thanks in advance.
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Well, here's a left hand DeathAdder anyway.
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I well know a specs for each of them,I want to know personal expirience ,built quality etc....
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I'm left handed and I love my left handed razer deathadder that I got about a year ago, really recommend it.


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I have a right handed deathadder and I recently purchased a Xai. I would say the Xai is much better from a use perspective although the deathadder is more comfortable in hand.

The xai (which for all intents and purposes is a Sensei minus some features that most gamers will likely not use) tracks better and is far more customizable. I also use two monitors one of which is a 1440p monitor so the added dpi is definitely a plus for normal tasks. Also although the deathadder has the ability to change the sensitivity on the fly the reaction time is slow enough that using it while in game is really not a viable action.

In terms of construction and materials the Xai is definitely head and shoulders above the Razer. I would say the Steelseries' quality in construction is commensurate with its significantly higher cost of purchase. The Xai is the "bigger" mouse in the sense that it has more heft and would likely be more fitting for your larger hands.
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