will it charge the magic mouse batteries

I thought the Magic Mouse batteries were "AAA" - will it work with them?

Maybe I am remembering this wrong.


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    you should go for low discharge batteries. Mouse and keyboard are like remote controls, low power but long time. With regular rechargeable batteries, they will get empty every other week (since the battery gets depleted even if you don't use it)
    With low discharge batteries (such as Eneloop), the battery keeps it's charge when the mouse enter sleep mode, making it last for months.

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  • Magic Mouse batteries are AA but the ones that come with the mouse are not rechargeable, so they will not work. Any NiMH rechargeable AA's will work.

    Once the initial batteries drain, this is a great way to keep 2 Apple wireless input devices going indefinitely. 4 AA's for keyboard/mouse and 2 in the charger.

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  • The batteries that come with the magic mouse are not rechargeable therefore they will not charge. However, non-apple brand rechargeable batteries will work in this charging device.

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  • the Magic Mouse uses "AA" batteries

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  • The Batteries that come with the Battery Charger are AA's (Qty: 6). The Magic Mouse, the Apple Trackpad and the Apple Wireless Keyboard all take AA batteries. The Batteries that come with the Battery Charger are compatible with any of these devices. NOTE: An earlier version of the Apple Wireless Keyboard looks just like the current keyboard, but it uses 3 AA's. You can use the Rechargeable Li-Ion batteries from the Apple Battery Charger in those keyboards, as well.

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