Apple Removes the Headphone Jack and Now Logitech Silences the Mouse

If you record videos while you work on your computer, or you’re involved with editing as you record audio, you’ll know the pain of a mouse that clicks. Pretty much every mouse on the market makes a clicking sound that in normal life doesn’t sound bad at all, but which is surprisingly loud when you’re focused on recording crisp and clear sound.

The new Logitech M330 Silent Plus and M220 Silent Deliver computer mice solve that problem. These are the first silent mice ever developed by Logitech, which offer all the precision and durability you’ve come to expect from Logitech. You get all the usual satisfaction from a solid ‘click’ without the noise.

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Anatoliy Polyanker, the Brand Director at Logitech, recently spoke about the new mice:

“We live in a social world, whether you work in a shared space or at home, but sometimes silence really is golden…That’s why we created the M330 Silent Plus and the M220 Silent mice. Our engineers studied the sources of noise made by a computer mouse and created ways to reduce the decibel level without sacrificing quality.”

You get 90% noise reduction with these two mice, and they stay precise thanks to Logitech’s Advanced Optical Tracking system. They can even be operated up to 33 feet away from the computer at any time, thanks to the nano receiver that plugs in to your PC and which can barely be seen. Logitech even managed to get the Quiet Mark official seal of approval, courtesy of the Noise Abatement Society.

Inside the M330, you get a 24-month battery, so you’ll pretty much not have to worry about it holding a charge. The rubber grips make it easy and comfortable to use, and for $29.99, you’ll be surprised at how premium it feels. The same is true for the $24.99 M220, which will be available a month after the M330, in October.

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