Question about Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 5000 Laser
I got a new MX 5000 keyboard & mouse for X-MASS and the keyboard eat a set of batteries in 9 days, is this the way it is supposed to be or do I have a defective keyboard. My other keyboard ran for 2 years on a set of batteries. e-mail address; Thank You email@example.com
I would check and see if you have any buttions stuck..that would drain the power like that. Mine last for at least a couple of months...
Posted on May 05, 2007
Yes, unfortunately, although it's normally the mouse that eats batteries (and not cheese, contrary to belief), the only thing to do to give you a little longer is to use re-chargeable batteries. I am convinced batteries nowadays are a poorer quality than a few years ago, no matter who's brand you use.
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