The Surface Arc Mouse is the latest and the most portable mouse ever created by Microsoft. It was introduced at the same time the Microsoft Surface Laptop was launched on May 2nd, 2017. It’s a premium mouse that is very slim and light and available in three colors: light gray, burgundy, and cobalt blue.
This mouse is powered by two replaceable AAA batteries lasting up to 9 months of normal usage. And today we will show you how to install or replace the Surface Arc Mouse batteries.
How to replace Surface Arc Mouse Battery
It’s effortless to install or replace batteries on the Surface Arc Mouse. To do so:
- On the bottom of the mouse, push the ejector button and pull out the battery cover.
- Push and pop out the old batteries with your fingernail or a flat screwdriver.
- Pop in the new batteries in the same direction as shown on the battery slot indicator.
- Place the battery’s cover back in, and you’re done. To ensure the batteries are correctly installed, turn on the mouse and make sure the mouse-pointing laser is lit up.
Now, the batteries are correctly installed and ready to work or pair with your computer. I hope it can be helpful, and if you have any questions or problems with the procedures detailed in this tutorial, please leave a comment below.
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