Logitech MX Air Rechargeable Cordless Air Mouse


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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 Web from your desk or across the room.

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Device Type: Mouse

Interface Connection: USB

Wireless: Radio Frequency

Ergonomic Fit: Left or Right-Handed

Tracking Type: Laser


Product Title: Logitech MX Air Rechargeable Cordless Air Mouse

Manufacturer: Logitech

Lowest Price: $325.00 from Amazon.com Marketplace

Power Score: 3.7 | 6 Reviews

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Not perfect but pretty good.

Strengths: More comfort when navigating a home theater PC from the couch; very responsive; programmable buttons; different functions based on gestures; base can be out of direct view; beautiful design.

Weakness: Has somewhat of a learning curve; somewhat too "large"; some side buttons would be useful, attracts fingerprints.

It seems professional reviewers love this thing while consumers aren't too pleased. My opinion falls in the middle but more to the side of loving the innovation and being pleased with the implementation. Before buying this mouse, I used a laser mouse either on my coffee table or the sofa. Either way, my wrist would hurt after a while. So I was excited when I finally got this. Yes, it does allow...
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By abcguava - Feb 27, 2008

Logitech MX Air Mouse

Strengths: Programmable buttons with a wide variety of options. Fast response time when changing from desk to air mode or vice versa. Operating range suitable for use in the living room.

Weakness: Not very responsive to linear motion. Difficult to keep mouse orientation in air mode after repeated cursor movement. Mouse settings can not be applied to more than a single set of programs.

We have been using this mouse with a Home Theater PC in the family room. While air mode is definitely a nice feature, mouse orientation is difficult to keep, and cursor needs to be centered on the screen oftenly. To make things worse, centering can not be programmed into any one button, but a side-to-side gesture that does not work very well. We ended up using a mouse pad to avoid these issues...
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By roseteb - Jan 1, 2008

Logitech MX Air

More and more users are gravitating toward media-centric PCs, especially for their living rooms. The trouble with HTPCs (Home Theater PCs) is that there aren't many easy ways to interact with them (a keyboard and mouse on the couch?). The Logitech MX Air, a free space pointer specifically designed for HTPCs, melds the wireless mouse and media remote into one sleek device that's similar...
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By laptopmag.com - Jul 27, 2007

Logitech MX Air

THE GOOD: Media-friendly features in a gyroscopic mouse; extra sensors always know that up is up, even if the mouse is turned sideways. THE BAD: No trigger for gyroscopic mode may make it difficult for beginners to use; gyroscopic mice in general are an acquired taste. THE BOTTOM LINE: The gyroscopic mouse finally gets a mainstream makeover with the Logitech MX Air, aimed at Media Center users.
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By cnet.com - Jul 12, 2007

Logitech MX Air

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By testseek.com - Oct 22, 2008

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