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Old 02-16-2007, 10:03 AM   #1
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Default My mouse batteries are mutant

Well, believe it or not: They are!

In my digital camera, they can run idle for a long while, and I can acess menu, but as soon as I press the snap button, it cuts there. Doesn't turn off, it just cuts, as if I poped them out while operating. I have to reseat them to make it work.


Now, those batteries were used a freaking long time, but spent weeks on the charger. Now, I use my mouse and it handles it. I got the blinking red light poping up and the batts where critical. This is where it kicks in. 5 mins later, they're good

It was constantly doing this and it's still doing it this morning. No batteries down...:ekk: I have mutant batteries!!!


Anyone else has their stories to tell about batteries?
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Old 02-16-2007, 10:43 AM   #2
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Yeah i had some batteries once and i used them and then they died. . . .imagine that lol
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LOL, same. I've never had ever lasting ones
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yeah once upon a time i had a hp photosmart 415 camera , i think it was that model anyway and it just eat the batteries in like 10-15 photos being taken so then i bought some real good batteries and still it discharrged them super quick
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Old 02-16-2007, 10:51 AM   #5
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Mine takes one amp for an hour. My batts can last for 30-35 mins, depending if I use the 500 or 600. Those Ni-MH in the mouse is rather something out of the ordinary.

Also, now, they keyboard acts now. It works great until I hit a game. It's going to have delayed and missed responses.
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Old 02-16-2007, 10:58 AM   #6
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Mine takes one amp for an hour. My batts can last for 30-35 mins, depending if I use the 500 or 600. Those Ni-MH in the mouse is rather something out of the ordinary.

Also, now, they keyboard acts now. It works great until I hit a game. It's going to have delayed and missed responses.
i got some uniross 2700mah

at the time i bought them they where the most powerfull , in my wireless mouse they lasted about 8 months yet in the camera they last 20pics max then they die , i think the camera may still be using the batteries when swithched off which means i have to take the batteries out
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