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    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
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    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
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    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
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    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
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    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
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    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
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    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
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    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
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    Quote Originally Posted by flavet View Post
    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
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    Quote Originally Posted by flavet View Post
    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
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    Quote Originally Posted by flavet View Post
    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
    Post script: I tried to spell check this, but got a message about the absence of some file or other. What's this about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by flavet View Post
    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
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    A friend uses a Logitech Cordless MX700 Mouse which she likes alot as she got tired of her other one eating batteries too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flavet View Post
    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
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    A friend uses a Logitech Cordless MX700 Mouse which she likes alot as she got tired of her other one eating batteries too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flavet View Post
    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
    Post script: I tried to spell check this, but got a message about the absence of some file or other. What's this about?
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    A friend uses a Logitech Cordless MX700 Mouse which she likes alot as she got tired of her other one eating batteries too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flavet View Post
    I would like suggestions for a cordless mouse that does NOT require the use of AAA or AA batteries for power. I would like something that works a lot longer before I get bugged to replace the power source. The one I have been using eats batteries for breakfast!
    Post script: I tried to spell check this, but got a message about the absence of some file or other. What's this about?
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    A friend uses a Logitech Cordless MX700 Mouse which she likes alot as she got tired of her other one eating batteries too.
    Hey Jude
    Take a sad song and make it better

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