Originally posted by Electro
I do not think that there is a battery monitor that looks up the information from USB wireless mouse. I suggest adding a battery monitor chip and 10 tiny LED to the mouse to indicate the power level of the battery. Hardware battery monitors are more reliable than using software to extract it.
I rather have people use a wired mouse because they do give you reliability and stability while computing without worrying about battery power.
Thanks for the reply. I'd actually prefer a wired mouse, too, mainly because wireless mice tend to be heavier. I set the mouse sensitivity pretty high, which means the cursor moves a lot with just a little move of the mouse. With a heavy wireless mouse, it's hard to control the momentum.
The reason I use a wireless mouse despite its weight issue is, I like my desk to be clean.