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Gamers are looking for mice that are comfortable to use and customizable, while still having high polling rates and selectable DPIs. Material considerations are also paramount; Something tiny like having a minimal drag coefficient when moving the mouse cable can also affect your abilities.

What many gamers don't realize is the noise their mice make. Most of the time they are wearing a headset, which effectively blocks noise when they are immersed in the game.

Others, on the other hand, have to deal with incessant clicking. If you're playing MOBAs and other games that require higher actions per minute (APM), you're bound to annoy a roommate or partner.

However, you shouldn't compromise on the quality of the mouse. It's important to be able to click. Let's look at mice that, although silently, work.

Use: That onelast mouse on this listit was specifically designed for reduction of clicks instead of games. A side-by-side video click test of the Logitech M330 and BenQ Zowie EC2 is provided.

The silent gaming mice

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The silent gaming mice
1.Beautiful mouse for pc games
2.BenQ Zowie EC2 gaming mouse
3.Logitech G Pro wireless gaming mouse
4.Razer Viper Ultimate Gaming-Maus
5.Logitech M330 Silent-Maus
What to look for in a silent gaming mouse
Factors that affect mouse noise
Types of mouse switches
cable and mouse skates
final thoughts

1. Lindo mouse para PC Gaming Race Model O


  • Length: 12.8cm
  • Width: 5.9cm
  • Height: 3.75cm
  • Weight: 67 grams (matte), 68 grams (glossy)
  • Shape: Ambidextrous
  • Cable: 2 meters (soft paracord)

Technical specifications

  • Sets: Omron
  • Voting Rate: 500/1000 Hz
  • DPI: 400 - 12,000 (100 increments)
  • Chaves: 5
  • RGB: 1 ZONA (8 Modi)
  • Connectivity: wired

From the ground up, the Glorious Model O was designed to make waves in the gaming mouse world. Essentially, the Model O's overall goal was to design a mouse that had all the things gamers love about other mice, while still making it affordable. This mouse has largely achieved that goal.

It has the lightweight honeycomb form factor (67-68 grams) and the ultimate mouse flex cable. It has the shape and ergonomics of the Zowie FK1. Responsive buttons (Omron), polling fee, software, etc., though still affordable at around $50.

The shape and curves of the mouse closely resemble the FK1. This grip favors those using the finger/claw grip and works well with medium to large hands. The shape can be described as ambidextrous/uniform, however left-handed mouse buttons are not available.

The Model-o features the same honeycomb structure that made the Finalmouse so popular. The overall purpose of the hex holes is to reduce the overall weight, resulting in a light weight of 67 grams. The honeycomb structure of the Glorious is well executed and there are no perforations that the user will feel.

It should be noted that the sides of the Model-O do not have a honeycomb structure. Although the FinalMouse Air58 does. Here the Air58 could probably save 10 g of weight.

The Model-o features four feet or "G-Skates" that are made from 100% PTFE. This allows the mouse to slide more easily on the mouse pad. While they aren't Hyperglides (consider upgrading), they are definitely among the best mouse skates I've ever used.

The Model O is an incredibly light and maneuverable wired mouse, thanks in large part to its very flexible cable (better standard cable than the Finalmouse). You probably won't need to upgrade to a paracable or use a mouse bungee.

The Model O has two side buttons in addition to the primary left and right clicks and the scroll wheel. Sound-wise, these buttons don't have that high-pitched clicking sound you'd probably want to avoid. The actuation is quite fast and there is no pre-travel in the keys.

Technically there's a lot to like, with a standard 3360 sensor, four selectable polling rates ranging from 250 to 1000 Hz, and selectable DPI that goes from 400 up to 12,000 in increments of 100.

2. BenQ Zowie EC2 gaming mouse


  • Length: 12.0cm
  • Width: 6.1cm
  • Height: 4.0 cm
  • Weight: 93 grams
  • Format: Ergonomic
  • Cape: 2 meters (drunk)

Technical specifications

  • Buttons: Huano
  • Voting rate: 125, 500, 1000
  • Buttons: 5 + DPI toggle
  • DPI: 400/800/1600/3200
  • RGB: ScrollRad
  • Connectivity: wired
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Zowie rats have dominated the professional scene of CS: GO for years. This is largely due to ergonomics and mice shape factor.

The first thing to note about the Zowie EC2 is that it has a very understated design (a single logo on the palm). Unlike Glorioso which has branding in three different places. It doesn't have flashy logos or gimmicks like traditional "gaming" mice, other than the illuminated scroll wheel.

In the world of gaming mouse, EC2 is considered medium and heavy. As detailed above, it weighs only 93 grams without sacrificing size and shape.

One of the main reasons people love the EC series is the ergonomics and shape of the mouse. There are no big bumps and you don't have to hold the mouse in a specific way. The overall shape offers multiple holds, the slant at the front is gradual and allows for a decent claw grip. The back of the mouse is also slightly wider, which can fill in a hand grip.

The EC-A series has two large feet. As far as skates go, they are pretty solid.

The overall coating of EC series mice is neither glossy nor matte. The material is definitely suitable for dry hands. As someone who has the sweatiest of palms, there is a noticeable buildup over time that will require you to clean your mouse. Despite this, the mouse does not lack for shine or signs of wear after heavy use.

In terms of noise, Huano switches are known to be stiffer and slightly louder than Omron's. However, in terms of the industry standard for different games, FPS games use Huano or Omron (depending on preference). While MOBA games use Omron as switches they are spammable.

The main reason why Zowie returned from Omron to Huano is because of the "double -click" reports. They now use blue Huano switches for left and right and huano orange click for the middle click and side buttons.

The Zowie EC series is a good compromise between mouse noise and performance.

3. Logitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse

Technical specifications

  • Chaves: Omron
  • Sensor: HERO 16k
  • Polling rate: up to 1000 Hz
  • DPI: 100–16.000
  • Keys: up to 7
  • RGB: 1 ZONA (8 Modi)
  • Connectivity: Battery (48-60 hours)

Wireless gaming mice have come a long way in terms of what they offer. Nowadays, many compete with tethered rats.

The Logitech G Pro is super light at 80 grams, has a long battery life, a great sensor and a great form factor (ambidextrous too). The only real downside is that these features come at a price.

The Logitech G Pro is an ambidextrous mouse that doesn't have a distinctive shape. The mouse itself can be considered medium sized and is a safe bet for multiple gripping methods: fingertip, palm and claw.

The light weight combined with the forgiving shape allows for easier maneuverability on the mouse pad.

The outer material is a matte plastic that Logitech notes is just 1mm thick. The bottom of the mouse has 4 feet; 1 on the top and 3 on the back. Overall, the mouse is solidly built and doesn't make any noise when sliding or moving on the mousepad.

The G Pro Wireless features an updated sensor found on the G305, HERO 16k and G Pro that accurately tracks from 100 to 16,000 DPI. The reason this sensor differs from other sensors is that it uses less power, which results in longer battery life.

Primary clicks are Omron switches rated at 50 million clicks. The scroll wheel is also silent and has tactile steps.

The biggest issue with wireless mice is battery life. The G Pro is rated for 60 hours with RGB off and 48 hours with RGB on. The RGB is pretty basic, only illuminating the G symbol on the palm.

4. Razer Viper Ultimate Wireless Gaming-Maus


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  • Length: 12.67 cm
  • Width: 6.63 cm
  • Height: 3.78cm
  • Weight: 74 grams
  • Shape: Ambidextrous
  • Cable: 1.8 meters, detachable

Technical specifications

  • Experimente: Razer Optical Mouse Switch
  • Sensor: Razer Focus + optical sensor
  • Taxa de polling: 125, 500, 1000 Hz
  • DPI: 100–20.000
  • Buttons: 7 + DPI toggle
  • RGB: 1 zona
  • Connectivity: wired or battery (70 hours)

The Razer Viper Ultimate makes a lot of claims when it comes to being the "lightest wireless gaming mouse" and offering the fastest switches.

To be honest, I think the goal may have been to make a better mouse than the Logitech G Pro Wireless, but depending on your grip preference and budget constraints, you might be better off considering the G Pro.

First, in terms of wireless capabilities, the Razer Viper Ultimate has the longest battery life of any wireless mouse at 70 hours. Logitech G Pro is rated at 48-60 hours depending on RGB usage. The Viper Ultimate also weighs less at 74 grams.

When it comes to battery life, the charging station makes things a lot easier. It has two metal magnetic contacts that the Ultimate sits on for charging. This means there is no need to connect a cable to charge the mouse. However, if you need to charge on the go, the Razer Viper Ultimate has a micro USB port on the front.

The Razer Viper Ultimate features a new sensor called "Razer Focus+", a 20,000 DPI optical sensor that Razer co-developed with Pixart. Similar to the Logitech G Pro, it doesn't have any input lag or prediction issues.

This sensor has things I haven't seen in other mice. For example, asymmetrical cropping allows the user to define a takeoff and landing distance. The theory is that lifting to bring the mouse back to the surface can help reduce movement. However, many have found that compared to standard PWM3360 sensors, there is not much difference.

In terms of shape and buttons, it's a mid-sized, ambidextrous mouse. Many mice claim to be ambidextrous but lack left-handed side buttons. This is not the case with the Viper Ultimate. However, the side buttons are a bit recessed into the mouse, making them a little difficult to press. This can be good or bad depending on how you look at it (accidental clicks).

The reason why this mouse is behind the G Pro Wireless is because of the forward movement of the mouse's main buttons. Pre-trip leads to a less tactile experience that I personally look for in mice. Razer points out, however, that the buttons are optical and don't use moving parts, which helps eliminate double clicks and debounce, as well as noise.

Similar to the G Pro, it has a minimally-marked RGB zone. One neat feature is that when RGB is on, the Razer logo flashes red to indicate that it needs charging.

5. Logitech M330 Silent-Maus


  • Length: 10.54cm
  • Width: 6.78 cm
  • Height: 3.83cm
  • Weight: 91.0 grams
  • Shape: ERGONOMIC / compact

Technical specifications

  • Buttons: Through hole/SilentTouch
  • Sensor: Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking
  • DPI (min/Máx.): 1000 ±
  • Chaves: 3
  • Connectivity: Wireless / 2 years battery life

In these reviews, I've tried to provide a list of mice that don't compromise on functionality to make less noise. However, for those who need silence, the Logitech M330 is a good option.

The M330 was specifically designed for noise reduction. So much so that the mouse received the Quiet Mark certification from the UK Noise Abatement Society. This non-profit organization recognizes technology specifically designed to reduce noise.

Logitech claims that clicking is "reduced by 90%". However, I'm not sure how they quantify this and what options they compare it to. The mouse also has a left, right and middle click - it also lacks side mouse buttons.

To illustrate the "90% off" click, I've included a side-by-side comparison of the Zowie EC2 and the Logitech M330. I personally use the Zowie as my gaming mouse and the M330 as my portable work mouse. One thing to note is that the M330 is small and I have bigger hands.

However, the video kind of clarifies my point - although noise reduction is achieved, I can't relax my palm grip or even my claw grip, which would make the game enjoyable (especially for longer periods of time).

I'd rather commit to having a more gaming-oriented mouse than one designed solely for noise reduction. Perhaps in the future Logitech will develop a larger version of this mouse with silent clicking buttons, as opposed to the small and stereotypical laptop mouse.

Mouse skates/feet are made of wood plastic material, also silent and durable than other materials.

One of the best features is the 2 year battery life. This is achieved through the automatic hibernation function; The mouse will sleep when not in use. Note that you can also turn the mouse on and off using a button at the bottom.

Wireless connection is via a 2.4GHz USB receiver and is plug and play. It is compatible with Mac, Linux, Chrome OS and Windows. I tested compatibility on my 76 laptop (Pop_os! - Linux distro) and my Windows-based desktop; Plug and Play really works on Linux.

Finally, the M330 has an ergonomic design and contoured handles for added comfort. However, if you have larger hands, the palm grip will not be comfortable during gameplay. The arc generated with Talon Grip is also lackluster.

What to look for in a silent gaming mouse

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When someone tries to consider noise, the first thing they look at are the decibel values. While hardware likePC fans are rated in dB, Peripherals such as mice are rarely rated by manufacturers.

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Factors that affect mouse noise

There are really few factors that affect the overall volume of the mouse. Most important are the switches that operate the click.

Other less influential factors are things like mouse pads on your mouse pad and perhaps the cable.

Types of mouse switches

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There are two main types of switches used by mouse manufacturers: Huano and Omron.

Huano switches are the most popular. They are made in China and are much cheaper than Omron switches. They are known to be more tactile and generally noisier than the Omron. Huano switches are commonly found on mice used for FPS where the user benefits from a tactile impact.

Omron switches are manufactured in Japan and China. They are known to be made from better materials and use better springs, resulting in greater click-based durability. Omron switches feature a softer, lighter click. Omron switches are popular for RTS and MOBAs where spamming is required.

If your goal is to have a mouse that is both functional and gentler on the ears, you should check to see if your mouse has Omron switches.

cable and mouse skates

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Noise-related issues can arise depending on the material used to tie the mouse. Fast, jerky movements/cuts in the FPS can cause a tug on the cable, which can hit the wall, your desk, etc.

In addition to noise, this can also lead to mouse and table drag. For this reason, wireless mice are becoming more and more popular. With advances in technology, battery life can almost be considered a tertiary consideration. As mentioned above, two of the most popular mice are rated between 48 and 70 hours.

Big brands also started using Para cables. Third-party vendors even make cable covers for certain mouse models.

The same goes for mouse skates. Granted, this is less of an issue with modern mice, but lower quality plastics/adhesives can attract dirt and scratch the mouse pad over time.

final thoughts

Several resources that make "quiet" or "quiet" mouse recommendations do not consider functionality. They're essentially recommending a mouse designed solely for noise reduction. As someone who plays RPGs, FPS and MOBAs, there is nothing worse than an inferior mouse.

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Is there a mouse that clicks silently? ›

The Logitech M330 Silent Plus achieves silent operation thanks to Logitech's SilentTouch technology, reducing clicking sounds by around 90% compared to traditional mice.

What is the most silent gaming mouse? ›

Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT Wireless Gaming Mouse, Ultra-Lightweight, HERO 25K Sensor, 25,600 DPI, 5... After concluding our research, in our opinion, the title for the best silent mouse for gaming deserves to go to the Logitech G Pro X Superlight.

What is the most quietest mouse? ›

  • Logitech M330 SILENT PLUS Wireless Mouse. Amazon.
  • Logitech Wireless Pebble Mouse. Amazon.
  • JSCO Noiseless Wired Optical Mouse. Amazon. $23.
  • seenda Wireless Noiseless Mouse. Amazon.
  • Logitech MX Master Mouse. Amazon. $100.
  • Uiosmuph G12 Slim Rechargeable Wireless Mouse. Amazon.
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Are Razer mouse silent click? ›

Make the world your office with the Razer Pro Click Mini—your perfect go-to mouse for productivity on-the-go. With silent clicks and effortless navigation all packed into a compact design, this portable performer is the perfect fit for your workday no matter where you are.

Is there a noise mice don't like? ›

These pesky animals hate high-intensity ultrasonic sounds. The sounds whose frequencies are greater than 20kHz are regarded as ultrasonic sound waves. The sound frequency lying in the range of 22kHZ to 35kHz is irritating and acoustically unbearable for rats, mice, and other rodents.

What is the #1 gaming mouse in the world? ›

The Razer Basilisk V3 is the best gaming mouse to hit our lab. Its 9 (13 if you include all the scroll wheel inputs) programmable buttons, well-crafted shape and premium, textured finish make it versatile across gaming genres and even productivity workloads.

What is the #1 gaming mouse? ›

The best gaming mouse available is the Razer Viper V2 Pro, the newest entry in Razer's successful Viper lineup. It shares the same shape as previous models, which makes it ideal for using a claw or fingertip grip.

What is the most clicky mouse? ›

The 12 Best Mice for Drag Clicking
  • Premium pick. Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex. See On Amazon. Brand Logitech G. ...
  • Editors choice. Razer Basilisk V3 Pro. See On Amazon. Brand Razer. ...
  • Best value. Logitech G203 Mouse. See On Amazon. ...
  • Razer Deathadder Elite. See On Amazon. Brand Razer. ...
  • Logitech G502 HERO. See On Amazon. Brand Logitech G.
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What mouse has the lightest clicks? ›

Best Lightest Mouse Reviews
  • Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT Wireless Gaming Mouse. ...
  • BENGOO KM-1 Wireless Gaming Mouse, Computer Mouse. ...
  • HyperX Pulsefire Haste – Gaming Mouse. ...
  • Razer Viper Ultimate Lightweight Wireless Gaming Mouse. ...
  • WRAPTOR Ultra Lightweight RGB Honeycomb Gaming Mouse.

What is the easiest mouse to click? ›

Comparison of the Best Mice for Clicking Fast
  1. Glorious Model D – Popular Mouse with Low Debounce Delay. ...
  2. Razer DeathAdder V2 – Optical Switches, 20K DPI Sensor. ...
  3. Roccat Kone AIMO – Large Mouse with 23 Programmable. ...
  4. Logitech G403 Hero – Affordable and Lightweight Mouse. ...
  5. Razer Viper Ultimate – High-Performance Wireless Mouse.
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Which Razer mouse is the quietest? ›

The Razer DeathAdder V2 wired gaming mouse is the best option if you're looking for one that's quiet and excellent for gaming. Its optical switches forgo physical contact and instead register clicks using infrared beams.

What mice do pros use 2022? ›

Razer's Viper Ultimate untethers and upgrades one of the best gaming mice a competitive esports player could ask for. It's a winner, but get the version with the charging dock.

What is the best mouse of all time? ›

The best mouse we've tested is the Logitech MX Master 3S, the newest version in Logitech's MX Master lineup. Unlike previous versions, this mouse comes in three colors and shares the same ergonomic right-handed shape with a thumb rest that includes an integrated gesture button.

Is Razer Huntsman noisy? ›

Please try again. A: The keys are loud, they are not the quieter versions of Razer Keyboards. If you want quieter, look for the Razer Keyboards with the Yellow mechanical switches, they are much quieter.

Is Logitech G502 silent click? ›

Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum

Though the clicking sound is noticeably lower than other G502 models, it's still not 100-percent silent, so don't try to mash the buttons too hard. The G502 Proteus Spectrum's PMW3366 sensor can go up to 12,000 DPI and has a report rate of one millisecond.

Are Razer purple loud? ›

Gaming Experience

Social gamers may wish to heed our warnings about noise, because the Huntsman is just as polarizing on mic as it is in person. Great for you, not so much for your friends, it's almost the equivalent of blaring loud music during a game. Clatter away too hard, and you're likely to get muted.

What do mice dislike the most? ›

Here are some natural smells mice hate:
  • Peppermint Oil. Peppermint oil is an effective method for keeping mice and rats away. ...
  • Cinnamon. Cinnamon is another scent that mice and rats hate. ...
  • Vinegar. The pungent smell of vinegar is also a natural way to repel mice and rats. ...
  • Citronella. ...
  • Ammonia. ...
  • Bleach. ...
  • Mothballs.
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What senses do mice hate? ›

What Scents Will Keep Mice Away? Strong, fresh odors tend to overwhelm rodents and their sense of smell, scaring them off. They avoid danger by relying on their keen sense of smell, which makes up for their weak eyes.

Do LED lights keep mice away? ›

Recently RVers have started talking about how they've successfully kept mice out of the RV using LED lights. It might seem too good to be true, but it actually makes a lot of sense. After all, mice are less likely to come around during the day (i.e. when they see light).

What is the king of gaming mice? ›

Long hailed as the king of gaming mice, the SteelSeries Sensei defined the world of competitive mice with its iconic shape and performance.

Why are Razer mice so good? ›

Razer mice generally have very low click latency and deliver very snappy, responsive-feeling gameplay. They also use high-quality, accurate sensors, even in their lower-priced models. Great build quality. The best Razer gaming mice typically feel very well-built and durable.

What mouse do most pros use? ›

Among the most popular are the Zowie FK series, the Logitech G502, SteelSeries Sensei, and the Razer Deathadder. All of which are used by many pro gamers each.

What are the 3 types of mouse? ›

The 11 Different Types of Mouse for Your Computer
  • Wired Mouse.
  • Wireless Mouse.
  • Bluetooth Mouse.
  • Comparing Wired vs. Wireless vs. Bluetooth Mice.
  • Trackball Mouse.
  • Laser Mouse.
  • Comparing Trackball vs. Optical vs. Laser Mice.
  • Magic Mouse.
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Is there ever just 1 mouse? ›

Mice multiply very fast so it is impossible to just have one mouse in the house. As early as six weeks, a female mouse is sexually mature and ready to produce pups. A female mouse who gives birth can actually produce five to six mouse pups per litter. However, it can also reach up to 12 mouse pups in rare instances.

What is a 7D mouse? ›

Porodo Gaming 7D Wireless Mouse has 8000DPI which makes it enough suitable for playing with super high sensitivity that let you focus on your game as much as you can. IPS, or inches per second, is the maximum velocity at which your sensor can still track those counts.

How long does 50 million clicks last mouse? ›

After doing some research I realized that if you click every second then the mouse should last 3-4 years.

Is 20 million clicks a lot for a mouse? ›

This means an expected lifespan of 10.5 years. Most companies promise a lifespan of 20 million clicks for their mice. Examples of such mice are ASUS ROG Spatha or Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex. This means 2636 days or 7.2 years.

What is the lightest mouse in the world 2022? ›

1. Finalmouse Starlight-12 Small (42 g)
  • The lightest mouse ever.
  • Strong magnesium shell.
  • Low latency wireless.
  • Great battery life.
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What is the world's lightest gaming mouse? ›

If you thought super competitive e-sports mice such as the Logitech G Pro X Superlight are already light enough at 63 grams, think again. German company Zaunkoenig has made the world's lightest mouse called the M2K, and it weighs a shocking 23 grams.

Is 99 grams light for a mouse? ›

The general consensus is that a lightweight mouse weighs 80g or less, compared to the 100g+ of most gaming mice.
Lightweight mouse weight.
Mouse typeEst. Weight
Standard~80-100g or more
Lightweight~80g or less
Ultra light / super light~70g or less
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What is the fastest CPS click? ›

Make sure to get your best score (CPS - Click Per Second). According to our big data, the average CPS is 6.51, and the world record was said to 14.1 according to Google.

What are the five clicks of mouse? ›

  • 5.1 Single Clicking.
  • 5.2 Double Clicking.
  • 5.3 Right Clicking.
  • 5.4 Dragging and Dropping.

Can you make a mouse easier to click? ›

button, click Control Panel, click Ease of Access, click Ease of Access Center, and then click Make the mouse easier to use. Select the options that you want to use: Change the color and size of mouse pointers. You can use these options to make the mouse pointer larger, or change the color to make it easier to see.

Is 8KHz mouse worth it? ›

The Razer Viper 8KHz is excellent for FPS gaming. It's surprisingly very light for a mouse without a honeycomb design and feels very well-built. Its ambidextrous body has a low profile that's great for a fingertip grip, but small hands may struggle to reach some buttons.

Is Razer basilisk silent? ›

I would say it is pretty quiet but not silent, with a slightly lower pitch than my Logtitech mice. The Basilisk X Hyperspeed leans more toward the quiet side for the left button and a little louder on the right button (unless you pound on the buttons with your finger - then they sound pretty equal).

Is Logitech MX anywhere silent? ›

A: Hello, the buttons on the MX Anywhere 3 are not considered silent, you will hear a faint audible click mechanism.

How do I make my mouse click more silently? ›

Use a thick foam mouse pad. Using a mouse on a hard desk will amplify the sound. Take the mouse apart and insulate around the click switches (see image). Felt, or thin foam would suffice, but the key is to maintain the function while adding something to dampen the sound (Disclaimer: I have never done this!).

How do I make my mouse click without touching it? ›

Turning ClickLock on
  1. Click Start button and type control panel.
  2. Click on the Control Panel app.
  3. Click Mouse.
  4. On Buttons tab under ClickLock section tick Turn on ClickLock.
  5. Click OK.

What is silent optical mouse? ›

Truly silent mouse featuring Silent Technology, silent click switches, and rubber covers. High-resolution optical technology for smooth and precise tracking. Ergonomic design and comfort grip for ease-of-use. Compatible with Mac and Windows platforms.

Do mice not like white noise? ›

In fact, mice are more reactive to white noise than tones even if the sounds are never paired with shocks.

Can you hear mouse clicking through walls? ›

They may make squeaking noises. Or you may hear scratching, scampering or scurrying noises as they move around inside your walls. If you hear any of these types of noises coming from your walls — typically at night or in the early morning when it's quiet — you likely have mice in there.

Can clicking too much damage mouse? ›

Bottom Line. Drag clicking can easily damage a mouse, especially if it's a budget mouse, but it can give you a great advantage in certain games, provided that you don't get banned for having a high CPS.

Should you hold your mouse tight? ›

Position your mouse comfortably relative to your body. You don't want to be reaching too far - keep your elbow at a 90 degree angle. Don't grip the mouse too tightly. Gripping your mouse too tightly can cause pressure, pain and injury.

Do mice have a click limit? ›

This means an expected lifespan of 10.5 years. Most companies promise a lifespan of 20 million clicks for their mice.

Which Razer mouse is silent? ›

The Razer DeathAdder V2 wired gaming mouse is the best option if you're looking for one that's quiet and excellent for gaming. Its optical switches forgo physical contact and instead register clicks using infrared beams.

Which Logitech mouse is silent? ›

Logitech M330 Silent Plus Wireless Mouse - Certified Quiet.

What are the three types of mouse click? ›

There are multiple ways to click an item using these two buttons:
  • Single-click: This is the most common type of mouse click. ...
  • Double-click: To double-click, click twice in rapid succession. ...
  • Right-click: When using the right mouse button, you need only single-click.
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Introduction: My name is Carlyn Walter, I am a lively, glamorous, healthy, clean, powerful, calm, combative person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.