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"silent" ?
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"silent" ?
Maybe the mouse buttons don't click? That seems like it'd be more annoying than desirable, might feel like pressing a membrane microwave oven keypad.
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how long does the battery last?
I don't own this particular item, but I own another model they make, and a single AA battery lasts a couple months of light use. Other wireless mice I've used have been similar at 1-2 months of use with either 1 or 2 AA or AAA batteries.
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good deal, my old lenovo mouse just died on me.
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how long does the battery last?
I'm guessing a long time since this model goes to sleep after 10 minutes of inactivity.
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"silent" ?
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Maybe the mouse buttons don't click? That seems like it'd be more annoying than desirable, might feel like pressing a membrane microwave oven keypad.
they have models of mice where the buttons dont click at all and the middle button is a tap button (no feedback of button or click sound), I know microsoft makes a completely silent mouse and Im sure there are other brands but thats the only one I know of.

I have a generic tonor model from amazon where it was labeled as silent but in reality the left and right buttons were silent vs reg clicky mouse but the middle button is loud. my friend has another brand that is the exact same design/looks and its pretty silent - even the middle button.

I dont know about this model but in general a silent mouse is great if you have your computer and dont want to wake up your significant other and still work in the same room as them if they are sleeping, or if you are in the library, office environment or in class - its super annoying to hear all that clicking and thats why I got the one I got.

Once you go silent you will notice all the other clicky mouse noises.
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they have models of mice where the buttons dont click at all and the middle button is a tap button (no feedback of button or click sound), I know microsoft makes a completely silent mouse and Im sure there are other brands but thats the only one I know of.

I have a generic tonor model from amazon where it was labeled as silent but in reality the left and right buttons were silent vs reg clicky mouse but the middle button is loud. my friend has another brand that is the exact same design/looks and its pretty silent - even the middle button.

I dont know about this model but in general a silent mouse is great if you have your computer and dont want to wake up your significant other and still work in the same room as them if they are sleeping, or if you are in the library, office environment or in class - its super annoying to hear all that clicking and thats why I got the one I got.

Once you go silent you will notice all the other clicky mouse noises.
Does it still have a good "feedback" to let you know you clicked properly?
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I bought a bigger one in March last year and use it almost daily, but not for gaming. I haven't had to change the battery yet.
It's a little bulkier than my primary work most, so I'll be buying this one.

This is the one I have. It's a one battery as well.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0..._pop_mb_pd
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Just about worn out my Logitech MX Anywhere. Had to take it apart and put tape in it to alleviate double clicking. I've become addicted to the "infinite scroll" or quick scroll on that mouse - do any of these cheapies have that feature?

Edit: proprietary to Logitech
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Heads up: i bought this last week for its 'silent' features, but returned it. Turns out only the left/right clicks are silent, the middle click (scroll button) is loud, beats the purpose. I got this one instead and its fully silent https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D1NS...xAbKK8MHBJ
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Heads up: i bought this last week for its 'silent' features, but returned it. Turns out only the left/right clicks are silent, the middle click (scroll button) is loud, beats the purpose. I got this one instead and its fully silent https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01D1NS...xAbKK8MHBJ [amazon.com]
how big about the middle click loud?Does it affect use?i just want get a "silent"features also, but now idon't know how to choose
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Great find replacement the old one with cable, the price is ok if the mouse could kepp silence and flexible to move. I will try one, thanks
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great cable。
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