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How do you charge your wireless mice?

  • 21 July 2022
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Hi.
I wanted to ask you - when do you load your mice and how often.
It used to be said that the battery should be discharged almost to zero and then charged and preferably not fully charged.

Later, something changed and it was claimed that it was best to recharge the batteries more often, as long as not to discharge them.

How is it with you?
Are you waiting for the battery to die and then connecting to the power supply or maybe connecting the mouse after finishing the game / work?

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mini2109
Hi.
I wanted to ask you - when do you load your mice and how often.
It used to be said that the battery should be discharged almost to zero and then charged and preferably not fully charged.

Later, something changed and it was claimed that it was best to recharge the batteries more often, as long as not to discharge them.

How is it with you?
Are you waiting for the battery to die and then connecting to the power supply or maybe connecting the mouse after finishing the game / work?

i believe on recent razer wireless mice line they have protector charging, so even tho u full charge ur mice once hit 100% they stop charging ( forget whats it called, @FiszPL mind if u can remind us again )
i have couples razer wirelss Mice 2 Viper ultimate, and 1 basilisk utimate. what i did just leave it at charging dock whenever im done or not using it.
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-Mr.Nobody-
i believe on recent razer wireless mice line they have protector charging, so even tho u full charge ur mice once hit 100% they stop charging ( forget whats it called, @FiszPL mind if u can remind us again )
i have couples razer wirelss Mice 2 Viper ultimate, and 1 basilisk utimate. what i did just leave it at charging dock whenever im done or not using it.

Yes, all Razer mouses have overcharge protection. It's safe to leave it connected or charging on a dock.
Once battery hit 100%, it automatically cuts off charging.