I have six total batteries and will be using four at a time in my mouse and keyboard. Should I store the other two empty or charged?
I don't know if its better to store the batteries empty, full, or if it even matters.
2 Answers from the Community
Keep the other 2 spares charged.
These batteries retain their power over time (like 1 or 2 years).
When the batteries in your mouse are depleted, change them using the spares.
Charge the batteries from the mouse and keep them as spares.
When the batteries in the keyboard are depleted, change with this 2 spares.
Then charge the batteries from the keyboard and keep as spares.
And so on...
- Answered by Chee Seng T
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You should keep them empty because if you charge batteries and leave them for a while they start to loose they capacity and power. So you should just wait until your batteries are dead then charge up the ones that are empty!
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