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Best batteries I would like to know what the best and longest lasting batteries for this mouse are. Mine seems to eat batteries. I do not leave it plugged in when not on it, and take the batteries out when done for the night. Any suggestions gratefully accepted. Thank you.

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Hi, duracell are usually one of the longer lasting ones, but afraid certain wireless devices eat batterties thats the joy of wireless :-( John

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