Reviewers Liked

  • Quick learning curve in the air or on a tabletop; Mac- and PC-compatible software lets you customize macros; USB charging
  • Ergonomic. No batteries needed
  • Responsive and accurate (provided the right surface), Reasonably accurate motion tracking, Easy to use configuration software, Stylish look, Low price (~$70) for an air mouse
  • Good scroll wheel. Intuitive interface. Three programmable media buttons. Several customizable profiles can be made. Well thought out feature-set. Transmit wirelessly up to 100 feet away

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Lightweight plastic feels cheaper than older models; small buttons prone to accidental key clicks; USB-housed RF dongle won't double as storage device as with previous Gyration mice; inability to add motion-controlling apps to software
  • MotionTools software isn't user-friendly. Takes a while to get used to. Not as comfortable as a day-to-day mouse
  • Not really ergonomic design, Software has limitations, High price for an average laser mouse
  • Low, 1000dpi. Glossy plastic attracts smudges. No storage for USB dongle