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Gyration Rechargeable Wireless Air Mouse Elite (GYM5600NA)


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  • Works both on the desktop and in the air.
  • Simple, intuitive interface to take complete control of your content and applications from the comfort of your desk or across the room.
  • 2D, gyro-based MotionSenseTM technology.
  • Elegant, ambidextrous design with 3 programmable buttons for customized control of application commands.
  • Long range RF technology that works at a range of up to 100 feet, without line-of-sight limitations.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.9 x 6.8 x 2.7 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002O0L0GC
  • Item model number: GYM5600NA
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Comfortable to use in the air or on your desktop

Gyration Air Mouse Elite
Elegant, ambidextrous design with three programmable buttons allows for custom control
Gyration Air Mouse Elite
Maintain full control of your presentation as you walk around the room

Gyration MotionTools Software
Included MotionTools software for a customized experience. View larger

The Gyration Air Mouse Elite works at your desktop or anywhere in a room. MotionTools software recognizes your gestures and uses your hand movements to control applications and activate tools for interacting with your content and energize presentations. Use MotionTools to customize your Air Mouse experience and program simple gestures for activating commands, launching applications and much more. The simple, intuitive interface lets you take complete control of your content and applications from the comfort of your desk or across the room. Long-range RF technology works at a range of up to 100 feet, without line-of-sight limitations. The elegant, ambidextrous design with three programmable buttons allows for customized control of application commands.

Engage Your Audience And Close Your Deal

With natural and intuitive hand movements, the Air Mouse Elite will allow you to maintain full control of your presentation as you walk around the room driving home your USPs. Turn the mouse cursor into a highlighter, laser pointer or pen, or gently swipe it in-air to activate embedded media and other special effects.

MotionTools for More Interactive Presentations

The MotionTools software that comes with any Gyration product provides a suite of visual effects and tools that users can activate and control with the flick of a wrist. A presenter can turn the mouse cursor into a highlighter, a zoom, a laser pointer or a pen, or activate embedded media and other special effects to captivate audiences with interactive presentations. Standard gesture shortcuts include volume control, zoom, hide/reveal, next slide, play embedded video, and more.

Increase Student Engagement And Retention

The Air Mouse Elite, makes it easy to engage your students with an interactive multimedia lessons. And, since multiple Air Mouse Elites can connect to one computer, you can distribute them to the class and allow students to better interact with you, each other, and the subject matter.

Open Your Living Room To The World Wide Web

Search, browse, and navigate the Web or play your digital media content on your TV. The Air Mouse Elite lets you control and enjoy your PC or Mac connected digital entertainment with simple hand gestures from the comfort of your couch.

Which Gyration Air Mouse is Right for You?

Air Mouse Go Plus Air Mouse Elite
Air Mouse Go Plus Air Mouse Go Plus
with Wireless Keyboard
Air Mouse Elite Air Mouse Elite
with Wireless Keyboard
Model Number GYM1100NA GYM1100CKNA GYM5600NA GYM5600LKNA
Included Keyboard Wireless Compact Wireless Low Profile
Range of up to 100'
Included MotionTools Software

Product Description

Wireless, In-Air control mouse for presentations and PC connected home theater.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Will return for refund.
Shirley Kreutzfeldt
Like the Air Music Remote, if you click and hold the cursor-float button, you can move the cursor around the screen, and then just let go to stop.
Kaio
It's very well designed.
Erich Maria Remarque

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Patrick O VINE VOICE on November 5, 2009
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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.

So, I've long kept my eyes and ears open for another air mouse that would have both the functioning of the logitech mouse while adding a greater amount of flexibility.

This Gyration air mouse certainly seemed to have the potential of meeting this hope, and for the most part it did, albeit with its own frustrations.

First off, the mouse works great as an air mouse. I admittedly have not used it a great deal as a standard mouse, given my primary computer is a laptop. I played with it to get to know it for a little while, then put it to the test when I guest-lectured for two graduate level classes last week. Had a powerpoint presentation, and was curious to see how much I could walk around while still being able to control not only the slide progression but all aspects of the computer.

What I liked:
* It does work and is responsive. Like the Logitech learning to adapt to the distinct differences between a handheld mouse or touchpad takes a bit of time. I wasn't particularly finely tuned myself at this task during the class sessions, however, as time went on I definitely got a bit better. Another wee problem I had was I couldn't get the cursor to move at all in the air at first.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By almosthappy VINE VOICE on November 19, 2009
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My HTPC setup is very simple: a Win Vista PC connected to a 52" LCD TV via a HDMI cable. The input device I have been using is a Logitech diNovo Mini, which has a less-than stellar touch pad/directional pad combo design in lieu of a mouse. So when I received the Gyration Air Mouse Elite In-Air mouse, I desperately wanted this mouse to work well and fill the missing mouse void left by my Logitech diNovo Mini all-in-one. The setup was relatively simply: install the drivers/configuration app from the included CD, plug in diminutive USB Bluetooth receiver, connect the charger to any standard powered USB port, and you're pretty much ready to go. The mouse does work out of the box. Although with my setup, when using the air-mode, the cursor was moving too slowly at first. So I had to go to the mouse properties and amp up the cursor motion speed. Personally, I find the mouse to be poorly designed. When using the in-air mode, a trigger needs to be depressed all the time while moving in motion. While pressing the trigger, I find it awkward to use the left click/right click/scroll wheel on top without resulting in slight hand jitter and missing the on-screen target. I found it difficult to focus on small on-screen targets and buttons without jitters, and that's a huge deal to me. I tried different settings (like the check box in mouse properties to increase accuracy) and tweak the motion speeds, and none helped much. I asked my wife to tried it, just it make sure it's not the anatomy of my hands. She had the same impression after a few minutes of use. I wanted a motion mouse that's intuitive and natural, almost like an extension of my moving hand in air. This mouse, unfortunately, failed to deliver for me. There are additional buttons that can be configured for different common invoked actions, like minimizing a page. But nothing to write home about and they certainly don't make up for the lukewarm motion control.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Myron Klingensmith on November 7, 2010
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I was excited to try this mouse that uses Wii technology. I use a mouse alot every day and my hands and wrists are chronically fatigued. The promise to hold a mouse in the air and navigate web pages and documents seemed too good to be true. It was.

What frustrates me is that it is so close to working as promised. The concept is sound and at times it is a delight to use. My hand can be at a comfortable position in my lap or by my side and a small movement of my hand causes the curser to move effortlessly and with precision across the screen. If I choose to use it on a flat surface it works as well as any other mouse. But here is the problem: the Air Mouse uses a little window on the bottom to detect if it is on a flat surface. If not the curser freezes in place. The user must double click a button to convert the mouse into an air device. There is almost no way to hold the mouse without having a finger cover the little window and the mouse believes it is on a flat surface so the curser freezes. Thus starts a frustrating repetitive loop; double click,finger over the window, cursor freeze, double click, etc. What baffles me is that sometimes it works perfectly for minutes on end. I am in mouse user Nervana. Then inexplicably it goes into the loop sequence and I slip into mouse rage.

Another disappointment is the software. There are four programmable buttons on top of the Air Mouse. A window on your computer screen shows each of the buttons and the user clicks on a button and then selects from a list of actions available to that button. That part is as user friendly for programming as could be asked for, however, there are commonly used commands that are missing.

The most obvious to me is the double click.
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