I bought a lot of silent mice, but all of them kept failing after 6 months max. The best one I had so far was a "Hama Mirano".

Any better one out there?


The choice isn't very wide.

I've been using Hama Roma and it broke down after two months. After this time it was really hard to use the left button. The mouse was missing almost every click...

JSCO Noiseless USB Optical Mouse is quite popular. It has a lot of reviews.

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Ask yourself "What are you looking for?" If you answer a specific need to have a quiet mouse to use when you actually need a quiet mouse (I.E. late nights, libraries, class) and have a normal mouse to use during all other applications. Then maybe you can splurge and get this. But if your a gamer, playing a high intensity clicking game like LoL or DoTA then either this mouse is not for you or you can expect this mouse to last only months

This thread may be helpful also:

This is the mouse I have been using for years now. The first one lasted around 4 years of intense gaming and I am using a second one now. I tried several other but this one seems the best. Pro : Clic feedback on finger, Nearly 0 sound (my gf doesn't complain anymore to the clicking) Good balance although pretty light. Cheap. Found it at least twice quitier than the G400. Con : The wheel still makes a little bit of noise sometime, I solved it by adding oil to the mechanism. Not one of those very well branded mouse with tons of feature, it's a mouse, 5 buttons, no macro and stuff.

The Nexus company has also several models:


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    Thanks! The exact same happened to mine "Hama Mirano" so it might be a brand issue. – Finn Oct 14 '15 at 19:15

Apple's Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad are awesome, super silent.

It's connected via wireless. In my experience, it has worked for two years without failing.

  • the old ones, new version is probably even better. – user567 Oct 15 '15 at 0:00
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    Could you provide some more commentary on the products you're recommending? One sentence and a link don't help much for people who will see this answer in the future. – Adam Oct 15 '15 at 0:07
  • Please see our guidelines for a high quality answer. – Andy Oct 15 '15 at 2:15

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