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Gyration G2 Wireless Air Mouse

Gyration has released a wireless air mouse. The Gyration G2 mouse can be used on a regular mouse pad, or if you are really hardcore, in the air. I couldn’t picture myself navigating the desktop while making hand actions in the air like a symphonic composer, but it may work for some people. Just think of the possibilities beyond presentations, it’s really taking a page out of the Nintendo Revolution’s controller design.

The motion sensing technology can perceive movements of up to 0.6μ, and you can assign about 70 different functions to different movement or gestures. The mouse has 7 buttons including a scroll wheel, its price is around $85.00, no word on North American availability yet.

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