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I've been looking for a good mouse device for my son around but it's not so easy to find a PC/laptop mouse which is:

  • ergonomic and lightweight
  • small for a 12 yrs person (okay the hand will start growing)
  • wireless
  • designed for a left-handed person
  • robust
  • long battery life
  • not necessarily special gaming features but, of course, nice to have

Can be of some alternative ergonomic design if it feels well.

Budget: up to $100.

Any ideas?

  • Listing a budget will likely help you get more relevant results. – Bennett Yeo Mar 2 at 4:35
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I would go for the "Razer Deathadder Left-Handed Edition".

I've been using it for many years now and it still works like a charm. It's great for gaming as well as regular school work.

Read PCGamer's test on the best left-handed mouse for gaming.

You can find it for around $40-70 at e.g. Insight or AliExpress.

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I use a right-handed, corded version of the Adesso iMouse (the E1). The iMouse E90 is a cordless left-handed version.

https://www.adesso.com/product/imouse-e90-wireless-left-handed-vertical-ergonomic-mouse/

It has 5 buttons and a scroll-wheel. MSRP: $50.

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