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Hello, i've just got my hands on Cyborg R.A.T 9 Wireless from Mad Catz. It's still sitting packed in shipment box (can't believe myself there lol). So before i do anything, i need instructions on how to use full potential of its batteries (has two and recharges out of mouse).

So how exactly should i proceed with battery usage? Should i use up all the factory charge of both batteries before charging them (given they have any)? Or should i charge them to 100 % and only then plug into the mouse?
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Most electronics with rechargeable batteries are recommended to charge to full before using.
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Pretty sure its in the quick start guide, I don't remember exactly what it said but it was definitely in the documentation it comes with. I have had no qualms with mine. They released an OSD battery monitor, and when it hits 25% life the DPI LEDs flash.
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User manual / guide covers battery use only slightly. It only says that for the first charge, i must allow a 3 hour charge. The question remains, should i use up factory charge before charging?
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