Lefties rejoice: This ambidextrous Razer gaming mouse is on sale for just $35

Lefties rejoice! Grab this Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition gaming mouse for only $35
Amazon has this solid ambidextrous gaming mouse for 50 percent off. (Image credit: Razer)

We left-handers usually don't much choice when it comes to finding a reasonably-priced gaming mouse, so sales are always noteworthy. Right now, you have until the end of the day to save on the popular ambidextrous Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition, which is available on Amazon for only $35 (opens in new tab). We saw the Lancehead TE go for the same price during a flash sale last month, but it sold out fairly quickly. Normally it goes for $67 or more, sometimes as much as $80.

The mouse uses a 5G optical sensor, and features customizable RGB color profiles via the Razer Synapse software. Its most significant selling point, though, is its ambidextrous design, which makes all the buttons easily reachable on each side to accommodate either your left and right hand. $35 is a great price point for a durable competitive gaming mouse, especially if you play a lot of first-person shooters or MOBAs. 

It's a good pick for left-handed gamers who are tired of mice designed for righties, but be sure to check our list of the best gaming mice if you want to shop around. We also recommend the Steelseries Sensei 310 ambidextrous mouse, which is $37.40 on Amazon right now (opens in new tab).

Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition| $34.99 (save $45) (opens in new tab)

Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition| $34.99 (save $45) (opens in new tab)
Pick up this ambidextrous 16,000 DPI competitive gaming mouse with eight programmable buttons for a steal. Offer ends today.

Jorge Jimenez
Hardware writer, Human Pop-Tart

Jorge is a hardware writer from the enchanted lands of New Jersey. When he's not filling the office with the smell of Pop-Tarts, he's reviewing all sorts of gaming hardware from laptops with the latest mobile GPUs to gaming chairs with built-in back massagers. He's been covering games and tech for nearly ten years and has written for Dualshockers, WCCFtech, and Tom's Guide.