Excerpt: At first glance the Logitech MX Ait Wireless Mouse may come off as just a nice, sleek wireless mouse. It performs well and is comfortable to hold. The scrolling is done via sliding your finger across the center button (not pressin in) and works fairly well. There are also a few more buttons on the mouse that are fully customizable, which is a nide touch. The mouse comes with a charging dock.
Excerpt: "The Logitech MX Air is a mouse from Logitech whereby you can use it in mid-air to control the mouse pointer. The mouse is gloss black with some chrome underneath (they give you a cleaning cloth). The LEDs or lights are not visible until the mouse is in use. When active, the labels glow orange, which is very elegant looking. The wireless runs at 2.4GHz so the mouse has a good range and less chance of interference. It's rechargeable so no batteries ...
Pros: Good signal range, Accurate, Stylish design, Rechargeable, Works on the desk as well
Summary: For me, this mouse scores on all levels - it looks really sleek, my colleagues all stopping to comment and that's before they picked it up and cooed at the automatically-activated orange glow. It even comes with its own cleaning cloth which is useful as the sultry shine is soon tarnished with greasy fingermarks. As a cordless mouse it's comfortable, if a tiny bit small for me, and tracks well though the touch-sensitive scroll wheel takes a bit of getting used to.
Summary: I have only had this MX Air mouse for about a month. I use it on a PC connected to my Plasma TV and wanted it to replace the mousepad function on the wireless keyboard I have. So what I did was disable the mouspad function of my current keyboard in device manager and install the drivers from disc with the receiver connected to one of the back usb ports on my pc (have 4). Everything installed and worked OK - until it came to a reboot.
Summary: I LOVE this mouse. It has a very pleasant feel to it and the ability to drop it into the "mousetrap" and have it charge overnight is far preferable to fumbling around for batteries. It is expensive, but if you calculate the time spent at a computer, the value of having something that is a pleasure to use is worth many times its cost which after all is soon forgotten, whereas the appreciation of using it lasts as long as the mouse.
Summary: Hi i have brought too logitech MX air mouses, and i will tell you this for one. the battery life it's not good. If you are useing the MX air everyday you will get three days max out of it, I do lot's of photo editing so I spend lot's of time on my mac book pro doing work. Other than that the MX air is the mouse to buy. When I need to present work to clients to show my work in style, they are impress and they always ask about my mouse.
Summary: Good points: - Looks Great, - 'In Air' mode works much better than expected - Lot's of Buttons. - Good Mouse Bad Points - Due to the curvature on the bottom, pressing buttons move the mouse slightly, so you don't click where you mean to. - Scroll is too far forward, very hard to use.
Summary: I am using my computer more like a tv than sat at the desk so I needed something wireless. It was just luck that I came across the air mouse. I read the reviews at Amazon and some others on the net. It was lot more than I wanted to pay but because it was duel, could be used as a mouse and in the air so I bit the bullet and spent the dosh. It was really straight forward to set up on my PC and I didnt have any problems installing it.
Summary: I think the photos tell their own story; this is indeed a thing of great beauty. Made of a combination of tough smoked acrylic and silver plastic (sorry, not stainless steel as you might have hoped for), it does look like a seriously futuristic piece of kit. Unfortunately its looks aren't quite matched by its feel, as it's actually pretty light and feels a little plasticky when compared to some other mice - this lightness is probably because the MX was designed to be...
Summary: Good mouse from Logitech again, used Logitech for many years. Easy to set-up and easy to set commands for the allocated buttons. Software the same as most Logitech mice's, load and pick the stuff you need you mouse to do. Air controls not bad but never used, and the only thing l could find a bit out of place was its a bit long in the hand. Could have been made a bit smaller, but maybe l don't have a very large hand.