Logitech no longer produces left-handed mice. It may be possible to find a MX-610 left-handed mouse, but Logitech discontinued this model. The MX-610 was Logitech’s first left-handed wireless mouse and received impressive reviews upon its initial release in 2006.
A spokesperson for Logitech revealed that left-handed versions of the company’s products sold poorly and that left-handed users generally purchased right-handed mice. The company stopped making them and began offering streamlined, ambidextrous models with sleek designs and low profiles that were comfortable in either hand.
The M-175 and M-185 are ambidextrous devices designed for use by left-handed and right-handed users. The M-185 features a nano USB receiver and can get up to 12 months of use from one AA battery. Reviews indicate that it glides smoothly and is comfortable in either hand. Logitech software can be refined to fine-tune settings for left-handed users beyond the native support for switching to left-handed clicking built into Windows.