Summary: Overall performance is great if working. Some combination clicks on media buttons cause the mouse stop functioning on any flat surface (cursor doesn't move). In this case, need to leave it on charger for couple hours for reset because reset through holding connect button doesn't help. So currently I disable all media buttons.
Flawed Ergonomics But Otherwise A Very Usable Device
Avid Reviewer "A Music Fan", Amazon
19 December 2009
Summary: An air mouse that you can wave in the air to control the cursor as you would a regular mouse? Now, that is a nifty concept, but is the Gyration Air Mouse all it's cracked up to be or is it all hot air? The mouse actually falls short of expectations for me. I have a few issues with the ergonomics of the mouse: - Strain on the Wrist to Control the Cursor The mouse relies on the articulated movement of your wrist (i.e.
Summary: Its hard to get over the feel of this air mouse. Its a little too thick and the buttons are not ideally located for use when in air mode. I'm also not a big fan of the USB charger base, it doesn't hold the mouse well and the convenience of not needing an external charger is outweighed by having to leave the computer running to charge it. Otherwise this air mouse functions very well and has decent software behind it.
Summary: I've been using this mouse for over a month now and have really grown to love it. Unlike some other reviewers who think you need to hold the button underneath the entire time it's in air mouse mode-- you don't. You just have to double click it and it stays in air mouse mode for quite a while. Sometimes you have to double click it again, but only when you are using it for extended periods of time. At first I didn't like the charger.
Summary: I mostly just use this as a wireless mouse and, for that, I really like it. The mouse has a very smooth feel that seems very ergonomically sound to me. The mouse is as accurate as I need it to be. Set-up was a snap. As far as the air-mouse feature goes, I found that this one was pretty accurate and quite easy to learn to use. There is a nice suite of tools for gestural controls which may be handy, but I generally don't use.
Summary: I have used the Gyration Air mouse as my main mouse for a couple of weeks now. I have found it to be very smooth and nice to use. I like the feel and how it moves. The in air functionality is great. The cursor moves very smoothly and the mouse is easy to handle. It does take some getting used to because when in the air you need to left and right click with your thumb (or at least I do).
Versatile, flexible, use it on the desk or in the air, highly customizable
Heath L. Buckmaster "_heath_", Amazon
13 November 2009
Summary: Air Mouse Elite (with MotionSense), by Gyration Let's jump right in with an assessment of this gadget, which offers a lot of great features, and only one drawback that I've found so far. What do I like? - It's rechargeable, using an included charging station. I _love_ this feature. No batteries to replace, and I have complete freedom of movement (which is a requirement for the "air" aspect of this mouse). - It has the basic mouse functions I expect.
Summary: A couple of years ago I received a Logitech MX Air Rechargeable Cordless Air Mouse which I really liked. I've since suggested it to teacher friends, one of whom has put it to marvelous use in his juvenile hall classroom, helping to get students involved in multimedia instruction. He says it has been an amazing, transforming tool. I gave it five stars because of how it worked, how it felt, even though there were a few things I would have liked in addition.