Question about Micro Innovations PD7250LSR Wireless RF Laser Mouse
Yes the voltage on my keyboard has to be 1.5v or greater per cell to get it to work well with my keyboard. Fresh alkaline won't hold 1.5v very long. And I like rechargables and they never get to 1.5v per cell. So I added a third AA battery and run rechargables. Now it works until the cells drop to 1.0v each.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
TO EVERYONE HAVING PROBLEMS WITH THESE MICRO WIRELESS KEYBOARD & MOUSE.. IM ON MY SECOND ONE NOW TOOK THE FIRST ONE BACK, CAUSE IT STOPPED WORKING WITHIN HOURS. SECOND ONE STOPPED WORKING WITHIN A WEEK.. EITHER THE MOUSE OR THE KEYBOARD.. ANYWAY, I THINK 99% OF THE PROBLEMS ARE THE BATTERIES!! THEY SEEM TO BE VERY ******* ALKALINE BATTERIES. I HAVE SWITCHED TO LITHIUM BATTERIES, AND SO FAR SO GOOD!!!
Posted on Apr 20, 2008
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