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At What Battery Percentage on Magic Mouse and Keyboard


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alvin777

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Hi. At what battery percentage will the wireless keyboard and Magic Mouse fail to work? Thanks in advance.

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Good question. I'm trying to find out the same thing.
Hope someone on here can tell us

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Hi. The Magic Mouse is using battery significantly more than the wireless keyboard but it's still pretty good even if the mouse's battery is at 40% (I'm an arm's length with the computer with 8 hours a day usage and both are never turned off). The keyboard is at 87%. I've only had this iMac i7 for two weeks. Assuming it still works even at 1% at this rate the mouse's battery will last for about a month and the keyboard, two months (they use the most expensive Energizer Alkaline battery on the market). But if there's been a test up to what percentage would they still work, that'll be great.

Update: It looks like you need to switch them OFF every so often (hold 4 seconds for the keyboard). I did just now, the keyboard is 100% and the mouse is at 41%. The keyboard's battery will last very long at this rate more than two months.

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hehe mine just died...hint..use rechargeable batteries





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