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Logitech MX Air Rechargeable Cordless Air Mouse


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  • Stylish, black look with display lights
  • Good battery life with fast recharging
  • Excellent range of up to about 30 feet
  • Unique wheel-less scroll design
  • Bulk/Retail - Retail
  • Connectivity - Cordless
  • Button Count - 8 buttons
  • Buttons -- 8
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 8.9 x 3.2 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000T8CWFE
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 931633-0403
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 12, 2007

Product Description

Product Description

On your desk, advanced laser technology gives you precise tracking and instant response. In the air, innovative Freespace motion sensing transforms hand motions into natural, responsive cursor controls. Sit back and listen to music, browse photos, or surf the Webfrom your desk or across the room.

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The Logitech MX Air optical mouse tracks motion even after you lift it off the surface, making it great for home theater PC users and presentations. In the air, it works like a cross between a remote control and a wand as you simultaneously wave the mouse in all directions and press its buttons to navigate.

It sounds wieldy to use, but I was able to get the hang of it within a few minutes. Holding the mouse in my palm like a remote control, the cursor ably followed my hand movement but it got a little tricky trying to hone in on smaller icons and button selections. Another issue was I'd often catch myself in an awkward hand position while still needing the cursor to go in a certain direction. But with the freeze button, I could hold the cursor steady and recenter my hand into a more comfortable position.

For desktop use, optical sensitivity was comparable to other mice and picked up subtle movements, however the mouse did not have any side buttons that I am used to for back and forward browsing. The extra buttons (back, volume, play/pause) are placed in the middle of the mouse, which are easily accessible when you hold the mouse in the air, but not so much for desktop use because your palm sits directly over them. The SetPoint software can customize the buttons into functions that you may ordinarily use, such as copy and undo. I was also able to fine tune the cursor and scroll speed for even greater control.

The mouse definitely stands out on your desktop, its sleek black design might fool you into thinking it's something else, but upon touch the buttons light up to display each function. The shiny plastic casing doesn't feel cheap, but the smoothed look seems prone to scratches. The mouse also tracked up dirt pretty easily within a few days of use, however a cleaning cloth is provided. The smooth design is conspicuously missing a scroll wheel. That's because that section of the mouse is a touch panel sensor where you directly slide your finger up and down. It's a surprisingly comfortable and natural feel, and you start to wonder how you ever got by with wheels.

The rechargeable lithium ion battery typically provided about 20 hours of use. After placing the mouse onto the base charger, it took about two hours to reach a full charge. I was able to get a workable range of about 30 feet from the receiver before the signal went out. Overall, it's a nifty mouse that shows its stuff in the air, a convenient device for home theater PC's and couch browsing as well as a more versatile tool than a laser pointer in presentations. --Bradley Tran

Pros:
  • Excellent range of up to about 30 feet
  • Good battery life with fast recharging
  • Stylish, black look with display lights
  • Unique wheel-less scroll design

Cons:
  • Slight learning curve, requires a good deal of customization
  • Button placement and selection
  • Often needed to recenter hand position while in the air
  • Not as accurate tracking movement in air than while on desktop

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Answer is that it works quite well - both as a desk mouse and as an air mouse.
Paperartzy
Additional buttons on the mouse make it easy to control media program such as iTunes, using it as a remote control, complete with volume buttons on the unit.
Jennifer A. Ray
There is one caveat though...when you reach the edge of the screen, the cursor stops moving, but most likely your hand will continue to move.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

211 of 235 people found the following review helpful By cduke on August 13, 2007
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First and foremost: don't read any review from someone that just got this mouse or has used it for only a day. If I had written such a review it would have been a 5/5 star glowing review. It's total desktop eye candy... a sexy input device with revolutionary features. I decided to give it at least a week of use before writing my review. I'm glad I did.

It looks great, it's light, feels great, but it is not perfect. I've had it for about a week now (since it was released) and the jury is still out. I'm on the fence as to whether or not to return it due to a single design flaw: constant re-centering. I originally purchased this mouse in hopes that it would give me an alternative pointer device to the mouse, as I have tendinitis from mouse use. After a week of use, it unfortunately hasn't received much "air time" and for the most part has rested quietly in its cradle. Here's why.

On the desk: functions fine as a normal mouse but since it doesn't have side buttons like my MS IntelliMouse, I don't use it that way. As a web developer I live in a web browser, so being able to slap the sides of my mouse to move forward/back are critical to my work environment. For me, this is an "in the air" mouse solution, which was my original intent for purchasing this mouse.

In the air: works great except for one thing, and this is why it gets 2 stars instead of 5. You constantly (and I mean CONSTANTLY) have to re-center the mouse. To do this you either have to do some goofy gesture (which isn't as easy as it looks) or you press and hold the Back button, re-center, then release. This constant re-centering must be done every time I pick it up, and often during use.
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The Logitech MX Air is THE mouse of choice for anybody with Windows Media Center! While this product is not perfect, it is the best that I have had the pleasure to test and use.

For starters, I spent a solid few weeks with this mouse before I passed judgment. Initially, I found it not as responsive as I would like. It certainly looks nice, but the default button settings also weren't perfect for me. After toggling the software settings, I have found that this mouse is very versatile and well designed for its purpose.

This mouse is sleek and fits nicely in your hand. It's not heavy and it's not light; it's just the right weight to use on your desk and then in the air.

Even without the software drivers this mouse worked upon plugging it in. Logitech is batting 1000 on plug and play!

The software that comes with it allows you to customize all of the buttons and functions on the top of the mouse. For me, I had to adjust the sensitivity and the button functions to get the responsiveness I wanted in the air. By default it is set to have a separate air cursor and desk cursor. This is very valuable!

I was somewhat disappointed with the limited default buttons. The "volume" button is really only a mute / unmute button. A default volume scroll would have been nice, but is not critical.

Similarly, there is a play / pause button. No forward / backward is set by default.

Once again, I took advantage of the software to customize the buttons to my needs.

For presenters and teachers I have used some devices that seem to be a little better suited for powerpoint presentations. Still, I suppose this guy is a candidate for presenters. With some customization you can use it for just about anything.
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30 of 37 people found the following review helpful By MERTMAG on August 3, 2007
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I come from the unique perspective of having used the Gyration Ultra. The Logitech MX Air is far superior. The movement is smooth. I mean really smooth. The feel is very natural. I don't feel like I am hanging onto a odd shaped object. The back lighted controls are great in the dark. Considering I have all the coordination of a club footed baboon and being on asthma medicine that make me shake like a leaf. I am astonished by the quality of cursor control. I purchased it for a Vista Premium laptop used as a MCE for the living room, I could not be more pleased. It shows realistic battery life. The cursor is easy to control. Feels good in the hand. I can even use my left hand! I like the volume control (great using shoutcast web radio.) Is it worth twice the cost of a Gyration mouse? That's up to you to decide. But as my Pappy always said. "Buy the best son and you'll never be sorry" OOOPS I almost forgot the most important thing, Range at 35 feet flawless. No jerky cursor (although hard for these old eyes to see). The volume function works great at 35 feet too. Would I buy it again? Oh Yeah!!!!
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Oden VINE VOICE on September 22, 2007
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I've been using this for a couple of days now and I love it. Part of my responsibilities is designing web and multimedia material for use in a classroom setting. In the last decade the use of multimedia has gone way beyond popping a video into a VCR or using a stack of transparencies. With the tools available there can be an amazing array of interactive material that a teacher or presenter can use to augment their efforts. The best I've seen this work is not with each student hunched over their separate computers but with effective use of a projector that allows the teacher to involve the whole class in a multimedia exploration of the topic.

The only problem is that the teacher is tied to their computer. They can step away but always have to keep returning in order to interact with the material.

This mouse solves that problem, letting a teacher or presenter of any kind free to move around, interact with students, completely untethered. With very simple movements of the wrist the cursor moves just as with an earth bound mouse. With essential buttons that control volume, play/pause, scroll up/down, along with the standard mouse buttons this mouse is absolutely perfect for use in a dynamic classroom setting.

I found the mouse is most effective with some distance from the computer. It works fine at the desk, and close up, but there are more difficulties keeping it aligned. Step away from your desk and this mouse is amazing. Very exact in movements. Almost magical in its spatial recognition.

If you work at a desk, this just isn't worth the money. If your work or play would be enhanced by having freedom to step away from a fixed point you can't find anything better. It does take a little while to get comfortable with the movements and the buttons.
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