GYM5600NA

Gyration Air Mouse Elite

Gyration Air Mouse Elite

Description

The Gyration Air Mouse Elite works on both PC and Mac computers from up to 100 feet away.

Features

  • Elegant, ambidextrous design with 3 programmable buttons for customized control
  • Motion sensing technology
  • Works both on the desktop and in the air
List Price
$79.99
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$79.64
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Step up to the ultimate in computer control with the award-winning Air Mouse Elite mouse. Control your PC or Mac on your desk or in the air from up to 100 feet away with just the wave of your hand. Harness the power of motion-sensing mouse technology to deliver presentations, browse the Internet and more-all from across the room.

Features

  • Air Mouse Elite works both on the desktop and in the air
  • Supporting MotionTools software recognizes your gestures and uses your hand movements to control applications and activate tools for interacting with your content and energize presentations
  • MotionTools allows you to customize your Air Mouse Elite experience - use MotionTools to program simple gestures for activating commands, launching applications and much more
  • Simple, intuitive interface to take complete control of your content and applications from the comfort of your desk or across the room
  • Long range RF technology that works at a range of up to 100 feet, without line-of-sight limitations
  • Elegant, ambidextrous design with 3 programmable buttons for customized control of application commands
  • Motion sensing technology
  • 100 foot wireless range
  • Laser desk mouse
  • Compact 2.4 GHz USB receiver
  • Mac/Windows compatible
  • Integrated rechargeable battery
  • Configurable buttons
  • Gesture control
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Gyration Air Mouse Elite GYM5600NA Air mouse elite
$79.64
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Gyration Air Mouse Elite GYM5600LKNA Air mouse elite with low profile keyboard
$127.08
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Gyration Replacement USB Dongle Receiver GYAM5600RF Replacement USB dongle receiver for Air Mouse Elite and Air Mouse GO Plus, 100 foot range
$19.99
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