Question about GE Wireless Optical Mouse
I bought my GE wireless (#97990 rev.4) mouse last December. The first thing I noticed was, the amount of batteries I had to replace. If I did not put the button on the bottom "OFF",(every time I stopped using my mouse)the batteries would last 4 days. If I made sure that the buttom was off, they would only last 10 days. I e-mailed GE with the problem and they told me there must be a problem with the mouse I bought. They sent me out a new mouse (but they never asked me to send the old one back)at no charge (and that encluded the S/H as well). I put in the batteries they sent to me with the mouse and they lasted 4 days. I put in another new set of batteries and they only lasted 10 days. I started to mark the date on the new batteries, so I could keep tract of how long they lasted. Now I don't know if I should contact them again or wait for the new batteries to stop working. Does anyone have an answer to this problem?
Some mice eat batteries like they are nothing. I myself have a logitec wireless mouse and i must replace the batteries every two weeks. I would suggest getting another mouse.
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
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