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It is mentioned that it will sleep when not in use, However it is better to turn it off manually after use.
P.S: I have been using it for more than 2 years now and I haven't changed the battery yet.
Most of the times I turn off manually but sometimes I forget to do so.

Amazon Customer
· 20 December, 2018
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No
Rajiv
· 26 November, 2018
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Only the name difference... M220 is available in Euro where as M221 is available in Rest of the world..........
Joseph Charles
· 27 July, 2017
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Nope. This mouse is not an unifying one
RB
· 2 January, 2017
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You see before posting such questions here you should surf the internet instead, where I think the answers to your questions would be found much easily. Of course it is compatible with WindowsXP and so would be any mouse
Fahim R.
· 23 April, 2019
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This mouse comes with an independent reciever in the box unique to the mouse. Won't work with any other reciever. Also doesn't support Logitech unifying receiver. Hope that answers your question.
LmcX
· 10 May, 2020
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Yes go for it
Subhasis chowdhury
· 12 August, 2020
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Yes it work with USB 3.0. I am currently using it with my laptop's 3.0 port.
Karthik
· 18 May, 2020
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I think it will connect with Receiver only by plugging through USB
Ajay S.
· 1 March, 2021
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No
Ankit Agarwal
· 18 August, 2020