How Left-Handed Laptop Cases Get It Right
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How Left-Handed Laptop Cases Get It Right

Posted by Bryan on 3/19/2012 to Computer Cases

Only about 15 percent of Americans are left-handed. As a minority, left-handed people are often required to use tools and materials that are designed for right-handed people. Some tools work well with either hand but this isn't always case.

Consider the standard pair of scissors that sometimes come with an angled handle. This angle aligns with the right hand, while it rubs uncomfortably on the bones and flesh of the left hand.

If you're a lefty, you've probably had to suffer through the pain of writing against a spiral notebook. You've known how irritating it can be to have pen ink smear everywhere as your hand drags across the surface of the paper.

If you're a lefty, you probably hate using laptop cases that are designed for right-handed users. That's because most iPod cases and Tablet PC cases are designed to be held with the right hand, without consideration for left-handed users.

Left-handed cases open to the left so if the case comes with a mousepad or tray for a tablet. Users who prefer to have these tools on the left can still use the left-handed case, without completing removing their Macbooks or laptop PCs.

Left-handed laptop cases are still in the minority, but at, we make all of our laptop cases available with left-handed direction. Our left-handed laptop cases come with handles contoured to the left hand, making them more comfortable to carry for left-handed users.

To see our selection of left-handed cases, visit our Laptop Cases and check the orientation option.

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