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Experience Silence In Your PC Environment With SilentMice

Published: March 17, 2018 at 12:00 am

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At SilentMice, silent clicking mice is what the company lives for. SilentMice CEO Ryan MacCloy of Sandy Hook and his team started by being competitive gamers who needed to keep noise down during game sessions. All of the most popular video games today require an enormous amount of frequent clicking - games such as Fortnite, DOTA2, PUBG, League Of Legends, Hearthstone, CS:GO, World Of Warcraft, and Overwatch. The clicking noise of the computer mouse would drive them and those around them crazy. They knew something had to be done.

The click noise is not a needed feature. It was originally put in place to let a user know an action had been completed, back when computers were very slow. Today, computers respond almost instantly, making the clicking noise unnecessary.

Since then SilentMice has grown to sell a full line of silent click computer mice. By always remembering to treat customers the way they want to be treated, the company has become one of the go-to silent mice providers in the world with nearly 100 silent mice to choose from and more than 400 products total.

SilentMice offers silent clicking computer mice, which provide the same tactile feeling of a traditional mouse but without the clicking sound. The switches inside the mouse dampen both the vibration and the sound. The scrolling is also considerably reduced in sound. The feet on the mouse are made of a Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Teflon material for the most quiet, smoothest gliding experience possible. The company also offers silent and gaming keyboards, mouse pads, headsets, controllers, and accessories.

SilentMice is a worldwide internet company founded in Sandy Hook with daily updates of silent click computer mice and gaming gear.

For more information about SilentMice, visit silentmice.com. To reach SilentMice CEO and local resident Ryan MacCloy, call 203-501-4391 or e-mail support@silentmice.com.

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