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Wireless mouse batteries needs to be recharged every 4 hours

When mouse is not used should batteries be automatically disconnected? How can I do that test?

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In general, unless you plan to not use the wireless gear for a very long time, you do not need to remove the batteries. A week or so is not a big deal. Months, however, is and you can find the batteries corroded if you leave them in for too long. Check them every month or so, just to be sure.

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