Happens with my father and watches as well. The man cannot wear a watch 
without it dying within weeks. But thats another story. If you can isolate 
the symptoms to time of day or even the remote chance its a bad ballast 
(flouresent lighting used to cause occasional problems with old CRTs), 
etc. Atleast you can start to wittle things down a bit. But in this case 
it sounds like RF overlap. Perhaps there is one mouse that is emitting too 
strong a signal. 

I was a bit thrown this morning though when I thought I read that this was 
happening with corded devices as well. 

Brent Eads
Employee Technology Solutions, Inc.

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