How do I check my mouses battery level?

How do I check my mouses battery level?

An approximate battery level is available on Windows 10 and macOS while paired over Bluetooth. This can be found at the bottom left corner of the Swiftpoint Control Panel, or on Windows it is also in your Bluetooth device list.




USB Receiver

If you are using the USB receiver, the battery percentage is not available directly. But the LED will flash red once every 10 seconds when the battery starts to get low, or twice every 10 seconds if it is very low.

To confirm that your mouse is fully charged, just place it on the USB charger until the LED stops flashing.

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