Gyration's Air Mouse Elite works in free air
Gyration has recently introduced its Air Mouse Elite wireless mouse that, like the original Movea Air Mouse unveiled nearly one year ago, can be used for navigation a pointer without the need for a flat surface. Similar in operation to the Nintendo Wii MotionPlus, there is a gyroscope built into the mouse that measures the angle and speed of movement.
Lenovo IdeaCenter A600
Lenovo today abandoned its traditional business desktop focus with its first all-in-one IdeaCenter PC. The A600 is billed as a home entertainment computer and comes with a rare motion-sensitive remote similar to the Nintendo Wii remote or Gyration offerings: users can play games or otherwise control the onscreen cursor by gesturing at the PC rather than using a directional pad or mousing on a flat surface.
Air Mouse works anywhere
Movea on Wednesday announced the addition of the Air Mouse to its Gyration line of products. Thanks to its motion sensors, the Air Mouse will work in users' hands in free air, or in tight spaces thanks to dedicated media controls and presentation effects. The controls are also comatible with iTunes and Slingbox, allowing music tracks and TV channels to be changed at will.