Originally Posted by daniel0731ex
You are being pedantic. The term is referring more to the general shape -- catered towards right-handers that prefer this kind of shape, rather than being actually functionally ambidexterous.
But the G900 is actually ambidextrous. The G403 could be too.
If I told a left handed person it's an ambidextrous mouse when it isn't they will buy it and be pissed off when they get it. If I told them it's a symmetrical shape they will assume it isn't ambidextrous and will be more cautious before buying.
Originally Posted by deepor
I would bet that it's about the price. It's perhaps a G900 shape with special features stripped and instead just the normal thumb buttons on the left and a standard wheel and more weight because standard materials. They might be able to hit the same price point as their current G602 for example. On their website, the G900 is €180, so is super expensive, and the G602 is €90.
I don't think molds that create thinner shells are more expensive. The thinner PCBs could be more expensive depending on who produces them, even with larger batches I think it could cost more for non standard PCBs.Edited by popups - 8/27/16 at 1:27pm