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Logitech M330 Silent Plus Wireless Mouse - 19.99$ (50% off) - Amazon.ca

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Jr. Member
Jul 30, 2019
135 posts
426 upvotes
I’ve had this mouse since like July. It’s well built and a great quality budget mouse for $20.

If you don’t want a fancy more productively or gaming styled wireless mouse with the bonus of silent clicking, this is the one to get.
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Newbie
Dec 1, 2017
31 posts
57 upvotes
Do you guys know if this comes with a unifying receiver or just a nano receiver?

The description says unifying, but a number of the answers and reviews say otherwise. Would really want the unifying receiver to use with my keyboard to save a USB port.

Thanks!
Deal Addict
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Aug 10, 2011
2153 posts
862 upvotes
Edmonton
Neat looking mouse (I like the grey). Would buy in a second if it had at least one thumb button.
Deal Addict
Dec 28, 2010
1567 posts
1065 upvotes
Canada
Not sure if it's just me, but the mouse buttons were too sensitive and resting my fingers on the buttons easily resulted in unintentional clicks.
Newbie
Nov 15, 2016
60 posts
48 upvotes
Edmonton
This alongside Dell's generic keyboard (KB216) is quite the silent assassin on desktop.
Newbie
Sep 12, 2020
4 posts
5 upvotes
Stay away from this mouse. The quality is good no doubt and its quiet. BUT, it has some design flaws. You would constantly misclick.
Newbie
Sep 3, 2008
75 posts
55 upvotes
Toronto
ekwu1990 wrote: Stay away from this mouse. The quality is good no doubt and its quiet. BUT, it has some design flaws. You would constantly misclick.
Never had an issue with misclicks.
Deal Addict
Aug 15, 2009
2145 posts
1734 upvotes
Montreal
ekwu1990 wrote: Stay away from this mouse. The quality is good no doubt and its quiet. BUT, it has some design flaws. You would constantly misclick.
YMMV for any mouse.
Sr. Member
Jun 12, 2018
609 posts
668 upvotes
Ontario
Not sure I can go back now to a mouse that doesn't support usb and bt
Deal Guru
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Jan 6, 2005
12126 posts
3453 upvotes
Apparently I bought this mouse 2 years ago for the same price... I have NO IDEA where it is at home. That's the RFD effect, when you buy cheap sh*t and have no idea why, as I obviously didn't need it!
Wondering if I sent it to school with my boy!
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Jr. Member
Oct 19, 2014
116 posts
45 upvotes
Westmount, QC
Trying to make up my mind between this and the Costco one I think it's called precision pro selling for 29.99$. Any hints?
Thanks
Deal Expert
Mar 23, 2004
32003 posts
13507 upvotes
One could say....it's quiet as a mouse! Ahahahahaha :lol:

But seriously I never got this mouse and why a mouse has to be quiet. Maybe for those folks that don't want too much noise while navigating their ASMR videos or whatever.

For a $40 reg. price you'd think it would come with the Unifying receiver though.
Edit: Wait it is Unifiying, it says it in the item name and the description!
Amazon wrote:Logitech M330 Silent Plus Wireless Mouse – Enjoy Same Click Feel with 90% Less Click Noise, 2 Year Battery Life, Ergonomic Right-Hand Shape for Computers and Laptops, USB Unifying Receiver, Black
irisying wrote: It's not unifying.
See above.
Deal Addict
Mar 12, 2016
1418 posts
2910 upvotes
ramid0 wrote: Trying to make up my mind between this and the Costco one I think it's called precision pro selling for 29.99$. Any hints?
Thanks
That one is same as m720...larger so ergo is a big factor in which is better

I love costco one
Deal Guru
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Jan 6, 2005
12126 posts
3453 upvotes
UWOD2020 wrote: That one is same as m720...larger so ergo is a big factor in which is better

I love costco one
is the Costco one still available?
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Member
Mar 18, 2013
272 posts
59 upvotes
Toronto
I've had two of these in the past and always had problems with misclick. I found others on Amazon and AliExpress for the same price but with 5 buttons.
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Deal Fanatic
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Feb 13, 2003
5209 posts
6190 upvotes
Not sure about this one, but I had gone through about 10 Logitech mice and they all eventually developed click issues (unintentional double click and click not holding). You can see numerous complaints on the internet. Logitech may replace it for you if it's under warranty, but apparently it's the issue with cheap components.
get what is cheap, not what you need :lol:

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