The leading company in motion-sensing technology for business communications, home entertainment and mobile computing, Movea has announced the launch of its new Gyration Air Mouse with MotionSense technology. It’s the compact, wireless mouse which designed to work in the air or on flat surface like desktop.
According to the release, “Movea’s MotionSense technology provides precise in-air motion tracking, so users can control the mouse cursor intuitively and with ease, whether delivering a PowerPoint presentation or watching online videos. Precision motion sensors guarantee faithful responses to natural hand movements whether in the boardroom, the living room or a cramped space, such as a seat on an airplane or train. A simple flick of the wrist will command presentations, enhanced with Movea’s GyroTools presentation effects, or control multimedia entertainment on a laptop, allowing users to change the volume or skip a song on iTunes, or flip a TV channel on Slingbox.”
Key Features Of Gyration Air Mouse:
- Portable, compact, lightweight design with laser precision sensor
- MotionSense technology delivering precise in-air cursor control and convenience
- 2.4 GHz RF (Radio Frequency) technology allowing users to take mouse control from up to 100 feet (30m) away without line of sight restrictions
- Convenient, storable USB 2.4 GHz receiver and protective pouch provides makes travel convenient
- Ambidextrous design with right and left buttons and 3 assignable buttons for customer control of application commands
“The market for notebooks is transforming, as more people are buying them equipped with wide screens and media features, and using them not only for traditional business applications but also for entertainment access,” said Greg Smith, Vice President for Marketing at Movea Inc. “The Air-Mouse was designed with such people in mind, providing mobile workers and entertainment buffs the freedom to control their PCs whether they’re at home or on the road.”
The new Gyration Air Mouse that weights less than 4 ounces will be available by early October 2008 for about $100.