If you were ever in the market for a versatile mouse, then the Gyration Air Mouse Go Plus with MotionSense would certainly be a contender. The mouse feels right home if it is in an office, conference room, or using it at home along with your media player software.
The first thing that you will notice with the mouse is just how comfortable it feels in your hand, even when you have it held out in mid air. The mouse is very easy to customize, allowing you to choose what buttons does what functions. The mouse is very usable, better than a number of rival products on the market, and the £80 price is not that expensive when you are getting two devices in one.
Before you do anything with the mouse, you need to install the GyroTools software first; this needs to be done so you can take advantage of all of the Gyration Go 2.4 features. Once installed then the mouse is just a plug-and-play device, once the mouse has been fully charged, just place the RF receiver in the USB port and press the connect buttons on the receiver and the mouse itself, you should then be ready to go.
Before you start to use the Gyration Air Mouse Go Plus, you can use the software to change the setting in the control panel. The software will allow you to program up to 20 actions, such as cut, copy and paste. You can also control media devices as well as use the Internet.
The design of the mouse certainly feels great in the hand with its high arch and long body, after a while though your hand can often starts to lose its grip on the back part of the mouse. All of the buttons are responsive and all within easy reach. To use the mouse in the air you have to make certain that you activate this feature first, this is done by pressing on the underneath trigger twice. You are now ready to use the mouse in the air. When you are finished, just place the mouse back on your desk and the device will revert to a standard mouse.
When we used the Gyration Air Mouse Go Plus with MotionSense on the desk as a standard mouse, there were no glitches, but we did not expect any. The middle navigation button was a little tricky to get used to, but we got there in the end. The Mouse is also easy to use in the air, and did not take much getting used to, just make certain that you use quick flicks of the wrist, as the mouse responds much better then. You can use the device up to 30 feet away.
The one problem that we had with the mouse was that using the precision control in the air was often difficult, but the comfortable design and the 20 programmable commands more than makes up for this.
For full details visit: www.gyration.co.uk
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