I loved my diNovo combo and enjoyed it for years, although the mouse was for right-handed and I am left-handed. Once I had (literally) squeezed the whole life it had to give, I looked around for options but there was absolutely nothing out there. Just as Logitech had designed the diNovo with such a forward mentally -way ahead of everyone else's-, a decade later, there was still nothing even similar out there worth laying my eyes on. For a while, and to my surprise (and dismay), not even Logitech had come out with a similar product to replace it. I was glad to read about Logitech Craft this year and purchased it. It is an absolute delight. Yet, the crown is on the wrong side. I know this may sound absurd to most people (since more than 50% are right-handed) but, when you purchase a $200 keyboard for professional use, I know left-handed understand perfectly what I am talking about. Mores so, Logitech is actually advertising the keyboard by promoting a feature that that is beneficial to professional users and designed to help with tasks performed with Photoshop and other professional software). So, considering the fact that almost half-of the population is left-handed, I don't understand the lack of interest from Logitech, let alone the other manufacturers. I have more obvious reasons to raise this issue on the forum about mice (which I did, btw) but I think it is very important to ask the question here as well: Why isn't Logitech offering advanced users(and particularly: advanced!) with an option (products) that would take into consideration their wants and needs? Would there be a Craft for lefties in the future? It is now to late for me since I just bought one, but what about the next left-handed customer in the market for a great keyboard and mouse combination? Thank you
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