Quote: Originally Posted by gnulab
I don't know whether that Logitech mouse has a built in rechargeable battery. If it does, I'd stay away from such product. It's much more practical to use a normal battery type of mouse, AA or AAA.
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Could you be more specific? As I mentioned, my recommendation was based on my own experience. The mouse I'm using with this laptop is over 5 years old Logitech MX 1000 Bluetooth Laser mouse, with built-in rechargeable battery. Never had any problems, always working perfect. When empty, it's fully charged in about 2 to 3 hours. When I forget to charge it, it has enough power to serve me for about 4 to 5 days, 4 to 8 hours a day.
Please tell me what is the reason why I, or any other user, should stay away from it? Why is it more practical to use normal batteries and be without mouse when you forgot to buy new ones?
I don't find any valid arguments to support your statement in your post. I'm waiting you to post more specific reasons why other members should not use a rechargeable mouse.