I purchased a Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse in December 2005, began to use it then with new Duracell batteries in the mouse.Although I'm not a heavy user my mouse froze on screen today and when I checked I discovered the batteries were dead. It's not as if I use the mouse for extended periods and I expected the batteries to run for at least until the end of the year. I've had things like clocks where the batteries seem to last for ever.Anyone got any opinions?
have a Belkin that eats batteries. Therefor I have been to a high st. shop called Poundland where they sell a pack of rechargeable AA batteries (4) for £1. I bought quite a few packs and always have some charged
I use a Packard Bell wireless mouse with my laptop, it is a lot smaller thank your average mouse and fits in my case easier. The batteries last quite a while but the best feature is the ability to plug the charging cord into the USB port and carry on working while it is charging. The model number is PB-MW01, product code 155858. I think it cost me around £14.99 at the infamous PCW.
Sorry for my silliness Rdave, this Asda mouse, is it wireless? Could I just put it down next to my machine and begin using it? Dare I ask too, what's so special about it? David 889...what's "all birded up?"