Gyration Travel Air-Mouse Announced

Posted: Sep 27 2007, 2:04pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:04am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
Gyration Travel Air-Mouse Announced
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Gyration introduced a new air-mouse at digital Life called the M2000 Travel Air-Mouse. The new mouse is perfect for notebook users thanks to the small size and lightweight of only 3.9 ounces. The mouse uses an ambidextrous design that can be held in the left or right hand.

Connectivity is via an included 2.4GHx wireless transceiver that is good for up 100 feet from the computer. The receiver stows inside the mouse for portability.

The M2000 Travel Air-Mouse is due in stores in Q1 of 2008 for $69.95 alone or with a wireless keyboard for $99.95. This mouse allows you to operate your computer just as you would with a normal mouse, without a desk. Hand motions alone move the mouse pointer on your computer.

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