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After perusing the Logitech website for answers to your above question. I've come to the conclusion that the wireless network should and I must stress should allow . The mouse using the receiver and the keyboard the same receiver. Providing the wireless has parity. The receiver should allow the twin connection. The … see more After perusing the Logitech website for answers to your above question. I've come to the conclusion that the wireless network should and I must stress should allow . The mouse using the receiver and the keyboard the same receiver. Providing the wireless has parity. The receiver should allow the twin connection. The information above is purely from the q&a on the Logitech website.
Hopes this helps you in anyway. see less
After perusing the Logitech website for answers to your above question. I've come to the conclusion that the wireless network should and I must stress should allow . The mouse using the receiver and the keyboard the same receiver. Providing the wireless has parity. The receiver should allow the twin connection. The information above is purely from the q&a on the Logitech website.
Hopes this helps you in anyway.

mackem1969
Seller · 08 September 2015
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It's a standard wireless mouse so yes But I would spend a bit more and buy the Logitech MK270 Wireless Combo-with a tiny plug-and-forget nano receiver e.g mouse and keyboard instead ( even if you don't use the keyboard )
Glen
· 23 September 2014
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As long as you have a usb plug on the side of your computer it will work.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO PLUG THE LITTLE DONGLE INTO THE USB PLUG, YOU WILL FIND IT TUCKED AWAY INSIDE THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT OF YOUR MOUSE.
ALSO REMOVE CELLOPHANE WRAPPING FROM THE INSTALLED BATTERY

GNR
· 07 May 2021
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The mouse is 3&3/4 inches long or 95mm at the widest part it is just over 2 inches or55mm it is very nice looking mouse and does the job.
Mr. Richard McLintock
· 23 January 2015
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There should be a USB dongle supplied with the mouse that handles the signals. Mine worked straight away without any set up on my part. I plugged it into a USB port on my Raspberry Pi and powered it on. Make sure that there is a battery installed in the mouse
Amazon Customer
· 24 June 2021
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James, the stick is located on the mouse itself from where the battery is, as shown in the video is shown in the red circle, if there is any other problem, please, do not hesitate to contact us again, have a good day.
ISmartStore
Seller · 10 January 2021
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Hi,
This device is not rechargeable. You just need to replace the batteries.
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Hi,
This device is not rechargeable. You just need to replace the batteries.
Thanks,
Ebuyer Tech Support. see less
Hi,
This device is not rechargeable. You just need to replace the batteries.
Thanks,
Ebuyer Tech Support.

Ebuyer UK Limited
Seller · 01 October 2018
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This mouse will work with internet tv. Plug the bluetooth receiver into the USB socket on the TV and go to the correct option on the tv (probably in settings to set it up). There is plenty of feedback online from people who have done this successful. There is no information in the product specification but as long as t… see more This mouse will work with internet tv. Plug the bluetooth receiver into the USB socket on the TV and go to the correct option on the tv (probably in settings to set it up). There is plenty of feedback online from people who have done this successful. There is no information in the product specification but as long as the tv is able to accept wireless communication it will work. If you are still unsure, let me know the model of internet tv and I can do further checks. I hope this helps your decision. Thank you. James Stacey at Aznew Ltd see less This mouse will work with internet tv. Plug the bluetooth receiver into the USB socket on the TV and go to the correct option on the tv (probably in settings to set it up). There is plenty of feedback online from people who have done this successful. There is no information in the product specification but as long as the tv is able to accept wireless communication it will work. If you are still unsure, let me know the model of internet tv and I can do further checks. I hope this helps your decision. Thank you. James Stacey at Aznew Ltd
AZNEW
Seller · 22 October 2015
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Batteries are definitely replaceable. Maybe this means it will last 1yr on a standard AA battery?
Louis Y.
· 09 January 2016
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Works with the following systems Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 Mac OS 10.5.x or later Linux Kernel 2.6.x or later
A seller
Seller · 27 May 2015