Wireless Intellimouse

Discussion in 'NZ Computing' started by PseUDO, Sep 23, 2004.

  1. PseUDO

    PseUDO Guest

    Anyone got a MS wireless intellimouse explorer??, i was changing the 2
    AA batteries last night an found that if i take 1 battery out the mouse
    still functions, and still shows full battery life and power in the
    control panel applet.

    Just wondering why then does it have 2 batteries??

    PseUDO
    PseUDO, Sep 23, 2004
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    SNOman Guest

    PseUDO wrote:
    > Anyone got a MS wireless intellimouse explorer??, i was changing the 2
    > AA batteries last night an found that if i take 1 battery out the mouse
    > still functions, and still shows full battery life and power in the
    > control panel applet.
    >
    > Just wondering why then does it have 2 batteries??
    >
    > PseUDO


    It's a conspiracy with Eveready and Duracell ;-)
    SNOman, Sep 23, 2004
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    Rob Guest

    "PseUDO" <> wrote in message
    news:tnG4d.4991$...
    > Anyone got a MS wireless intellimouse explorer??, i was changing the 2
    > AA batteries last night an found that if i take 1 battery out the mouse
    > still functions, and still shows full battery life and power in the
    > control panel applet.
    >
    > Just wondering why then does it have 2 batteries??
    >
    > PseUDO


    More storage capacity so it goes for longer without having to replace the
    batteries.
    Rob, Sep 24, 2004
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  4. PseUDO wrote:
    > Anyone got a MS wireless intellimouse explorer??, i was changing the 2
    > AA batteries last night an found that if i take 1 battery out the mouse
    > still functions, and still shows full battery life and power in the
    > control panel applet.


    dunno, I noticed that too, a few weeks back at work.
    it's been working fine, and is lighter to use(about my only complaint
    about it)
    Dave - Dave.net.nz, Sep 24, 2004
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