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How long does a wireless keyboard charge generally last? The instructions say when the LED blinks, the battery is low, but the LED is pretty well hidden in back, so you dom not see it.

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Specifications (for similar model) indicate the battery life:

 

Keyboard layout and functionality may vary by country/region.
Figure : Top view of keyboard
Image of keyboard
  • Wireless technology: Two-way 2.4GHz Radio Frequency
  • Effective distance: 10 meters (32 feet)
  • Batteries: 2 AA alkaline batteries
  • Battery life: 6 months (typical)

 

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No, this wireless keyboard has an internal rechargeabkle battery that cannot be removed and replaced

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No, this wireless keyboard has an internal rechargeabkle battery that cannot be removed and replaced

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Well, it was a guess -- there are a LOT of "Envy All in One 27" models, too many to get clean results.

 

Check if the information is available for your computer:

 

Start at:

Support Home

 

Enter your exact model (Product Number) >

Open the computer's Homepage > Product information > Specifications

 

If the manual and / or the information exists, you might find more / useful information in

computer's Homepage > Manuals > Maintenance and Service Manual

 

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In general, rechargable batteries last as long as they last -- useless information to be sure.  There are lots of reasons why batteries last a long time or just die too soon.  Some of those reasons have to do with the manner in which the device has been used - other reasons include original quality of the batteries.

 

If you have had the keyboard for a while (one-two years or more)

and

the keyboard no longer charges

and

if the keyboard is sealed (so cannot replace the rechargable batteries)

then

you will have to replace the keyboard

 

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If the computer is still under warranty, you can certainly contact HP and ask for help (replacement / options).

 

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  2. Contact Phone: 0207 660 0596

 

OR

HP Tech support/ Customer Service – Some English-Speaking Countries

 

OR “everywhere else”

HP World-Wide Support

 

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