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Gyration Wireless Air Mouse

alaAverage 3.5

2 reviews

Sep, 2014

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Gyration Wireless Air Mouse

 

Using a gyroscopic mouse is a lot like driving a stick shift. It's like second nature to those who do, while everyone else is either scared away or has a steep learning curve ahead of them. That said, we've been using gyroscopic mice regularly for more...

Travel-size gyroscopic mouse; works as a regular optical mouse as well.

Not as comfortable to use as previous Gyration mice; feels cheap and insubstantial; occasionally spotty response.

Gyration's new travel version of its excellent gyroscopic mouse falls a bit short, but anyone with wrist or arm pain should seriously consider something from the company's line.

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"Nice portable air-mouse, with standard AAA batteries"

 

Overall, this is a good wireless mouse that can use standard or rechargeable AAA batteries. This is a very nice feature for travelling, since you can carry spare batteries and don't have to haul around a charging base. The ergonomics are acceptable,...

The AAA batteries (you can use NiMH) make it independant of a charging base. The scroll button and special feature buttons are nice.

The ergonomics are imperfect. Even if you have small hands the trigger button makes for an akwardly small grip. Pushing the trigger requires slightly more force than should be necessary (on release it's hard not to have the cursor jump).

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