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Re: Mouse EATS batteries
Use either good known name alkaline batties such as Duracell or Energizer for examples or rechargeable batteries. Alkalines last much I had the same problem and i use either Alkaline or rechargeables depending on the money I want to spend. Hope this helps.
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No, that is not true. The batteries will last a long time in the keyboard and mouse. I use rechargeable batteries in mine and don't have to change them out for 6 months or so. If you installed the Logitech software for the mouse and keyboard, you should get a notification in your task bar (near the clock) that will tell you when the batteries are getting low. Hope this helps.
I am assuming since you need batteries that the mouse is cordless. If so you normaly have to sync the mouse with the receiver.If the keyborad and mouse came as a package it will only have one receiver.There should be corresponding sync buttons for these devices.
Here is the sequence to connect keyboard and mouse to receiver:
Press Connect button on receiver, and within 10 seconds press the Connect button under the mouse. Wait 15 seconds. Then press the Connect button on the receiver and within 10 seconds press the Connect button under the keyboard.
As a first resort if you know the name of the manufacturer of any given hardware keep a record of their name and web site for future reference for thing like these most hardware have a web address that usually starts with the name of the product if all ells fails take the product back to the store for a refund or replacement but before you do that always check that the batteries work and are not dead.
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.