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asked by Adam Carlson on March 19, 2010
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Mission Specialist answered on April 27, 2012
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The performance Mouse MX that I've used for 6 months doesn't have a battery life of over a week. I see from logitech's support forums that a lot of other people have had the same problem. I've been waiting over 3 weeks for a shipping label to return this mouse, but so far it hasn't come, and logitech hasn't answered my emails. Buyer beware, their quality is slipping.
Tom C. Jarvis answered on February 9, 2011
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all nimh shorten after a while, couple hundred charges or so depending...but they are very cheap to replace, decent sanyos are about 2-3 dollars a piece.
Vermecilli answered on May 13, 2011
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Adam Carlson answered on August 10, 2010
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This uses a single AA battery. Mine came with an Eneloop (widely regarded as one of the best brands). Recharging can be a hassle, but if you already have other AAs, it's a quick swap.
Jesse Miller answered on March 20, 2014
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I hope my MX1100 (battery life = 3-6 mos) last long enough for a new mouse product line comes out. While I am an avid Logitech fan, It appears that the "Performance" Mouse MX is not going to live up to the usual stellar performance that previous incarnations have had. The fact that battery life is so short, then you have to tether it in order to charge it, is enough to make me look elsewhere for a pointing device if my present mouse meets an early demise!
Carl Capasso answered on January 23, 2011
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So, I've had this mouse for a week now.. battery life is still full, according to these 3 green lights I see every time I use it. Never turned it off..

Is it that the battery life shortens after some time?
I use my computer a whole lot throughout the days and nights.
C. Charlton answered on April 8, 2011
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C. Charlton answered on April 17, 2011
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I've had this mouse for over a year now, and while the battery life with the standard battery start to dwindle, I highly recommend replacing it with an Enloop XX AA battery. It is the same brand as the one that comes with it, but higher capacity. I now get at least two weeks with heavy use per charge. Also, because it uses nimh batteries, expect it to lose life as the mouse ages. Fortunately, it can be replaced with any nimh rechargable AA battery.
Hike answered on March 10, 2014
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