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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
PostPosted: Sun Sep 28, 2014 7:39 pm 
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I think il's hard to make a quiet keyboard.but this sujet is good....
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Ralf Hutter wrote:
GamingGod wrote:
lol omg, i swear u guys are gonna go deaf. It will never be quiet enough.


Nah, as you quiet one thing down, other noises become more noticeable.

Does anybody know how to quiet my heartbeat down? it's really starting to bug me. :wink:


lol. funniest post ever read in this forum. :D


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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 20, 2014 10:19 pm 
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Informative discussion.

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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
PostPosted: Wed May 27, 2015 7:21 pm 
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There are so many types of keyboard and mouse available in the online store , just choose one. Thanks.

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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
PostPosted: Sun Aug 23, 2015 11:41 pm 
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May try for a good branded mouse and keyboard

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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
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mehimu wrote:
May try for a good branded mouse and keyboard

Is your one a question?

In case, what would you like to know?

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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2016 5:12 am 
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I have a Microsoft Sculpt (the one with split design).

It's very quiet in the night and very confortable.
About the mouse I can't really help you there because I game and I value the tactil feedback from the click. I've seen some mods arround though... Google "mouse silent mod". Its normally about using some kind of material between the button and the clicker but it removes feedback. Results in a " muchy" click.

If your priority is silence an oversized trackpad may be the only solution.

Good topic.


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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2016 11:12 pm 
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I've been hearing good things about wireless mice and keyboards recently, especially Logitech products.

They seem to have a Logitech unifying receiver that you plug into a USB port, and you only need 1 of those. Apparently, all your Logitech wireless products (keyboard + mice, not sure if anything else) will connect to it. You don't seem to need more than 1 receiver.

Now, I'm not gonna get any new mouse and keyboard right now (at least 98% sure) but I want to know if what I mentioned above actually works and doesn't have latency. People have told me that it's pretty much the same as wired mice/keyboard but I'm a bit skeptical. A Cherry MX Red Logitech keyboard that is wireless (and potentially with O-rings) would be ideal for me, I think, but I can't find something like that.

I like Red because it's the easiest one to press, though the keys are quite loud if bottoming out (difficult not to bottom out when typing or playing, but I'm trying to learn not to). I might be open to other keyboard switches, though probably not Blue or Black. Brown might be OK (haven't tried it), but I don't think I'd prefer it over Re.

Also, there probably are alternatives to the Logitech wireless mouse/keyboard setup, right? Surely other companies have something of equal or higher quality?


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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
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ThePrussianPrince wrote:
Also, there probably are alternatives to the Logitech wireless mouse/keyboard setup, right? Surely other companies have something of equal or higher quality?

Mainly Filco/Varmilo/Matias (just the keyboard).

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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
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Recently I went on a long search to find a good quality silent membrane keyboard and now have three keyboards, gigabyte osmium mechanical cherry Browns (which I added orings to), apple wireless keyboard, and Logitech k740. None of these keyboards are perfect. I made a video which I hope the community here will find useful if you're in the same boat as me and find that the noisiest most disruptive part of your computing is the keyboard! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WhpYy5S_TMs


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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
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Logitech's new "Silent mice".

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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
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CA_Steve wrote:
Logitech's new "Silent mice".

Thanks for the heads up: just ordered, I'll let you know next week (I hope).

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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
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They aren't very big, are they?


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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
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Cistron wrote:
They aren't very big, are they?

Seemingly no.

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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
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Too bad it's only 1000 DPI, which can be slow for larger screen resolutions. OOTH this is typical of office mice.


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 Post subject: Re: Recommend a Silent Mouse and Keyboard?
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Ok, the M220's just arrived (I picked this because it was damned cheap on local Amazon, the larger M330 would have costed me twice).

First impressions: very small (probably too small for an average male hand), very light, cheaply built and offers a cheap feeling.

But it's noticeably quieter than any other mouse I've around (Func, Mionix, Thermalright, Steelseries, etc). When I say quieter I don't mean inaudible: it's clearly audible but way quieter than a membrane keyboard, to say, go figure any mechanical switch (either omron or cherry).
The buttons are not too flimsy, given their short stroke, albeit pressing them give me sort of rubbery (I dunno if it's the correct word) feedback, the wheel/third button is the worst and the noisiest.
The radio receiver seems to work properly even within my crowded 2.4GHz long range/high power wlan.

Oh, on my Dell 1080p 22" monitor it seems not too slow, but I guess it's more a matter of personal habits and expectations. :wink:

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