Question about
supersic

Would it affect performance if I used 1.2v rechargeable batteries?

(specifically Sanyo Eneloop batteries)
Would there be anything I'd need be worried about if I do?
I just got this and am still on the original in box alkaline batteries!!
top answers
supersic's pick
cletus75

I'm using eneloops in mine without any issues.
mark as good answer

1 person likes this answer

Clicking the mark as good answer button helps us highlight the best answers.

sort by

2 more answers
Jacobly

Not sure about rechargeable effects on the device. I doubt there would be any negative effects. I just recently got this mouse too, and the batteries just died on me while I was doing an all day meeting today. (Boy, was I happy to have the cord to plug it in and continue to use it!) I think this set of batteries lasted a whole 4 weeks max. I am thinking about using rechargeables too after today! Good luck!
mark as good answer

0 people like this answer

silentmemories

I'm quite sure that the ability of the battery to recharge by a power pack will not affect the mouse itself. The only way you will feel lag or diminished quality in tracking would be when you are using wireless or that the laser in the mouse is defective/dead.

I've bought the mouse as well recently and have had some problems with it. Could you take a look and see if you have this problem as well with your mouse?

gdgt.com­/question­/anyone­-else­-have­-trouble­-pulling...
mark as good answer

0 people like this answer

share:

4 users following this question:

  • silentmemories
  • supersic
  • Jacobly
  • cletus75

This question has been viewed 1023 times.
Last activity .