The latest Gyration Air Mouse Elite is a welcome relief from "mouse arm" and works well as a presentation device for intermittent use, but it lacks the flair of other pointing solutions. You'll certainly find satisfaction in the Gyration Air Mouse Elite if you're just getting into the gyroscopic market, but if you want the best of the best, we recommend spending more on the Logitech MX Air.
Gyration's new travel version of its excellent gyroscopic mouse falls a bit short, but anyone with wrist or arm pain should seriously consider something from the company's line.
Gyroscopic mice such as the Gyration Pro Gyrotransport are an acquired taste but one that dedicated users swear by.
RC indoor helicopters have been annoying cats and crashing into expensive home electronics for years, but Swann's new line of radio-controlled choppers uses a souped-up gyro technology for better stability.
The Gyration Air Mouse Elite frees you from the shackles of your desk, letting you control your PC by walking and waving. This mouse is all over the house
Gyration's keyboard and remote control set makes perfect sense to us for driving a home theater PC in your living room. It's easy to set up and almost as easy to use. True, $200 might feel like a lot to pay for PC input hardware, but driving your PC from your couch has never been this simple.
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The comfortable Gyration Go 2.4 Cordless Air Optical mouse performs flawlessly on a desk or in the air and is ideal for use in a conference room or with a Media Center PC.
On this week's podcast CNET's Dan Farber and ZDNet's Larry Dignan talk about the uncertain financial markets, Sarah Palin's hacked e-mail, and the state of Web 2.0.
Gyroscopic device in remote allows you to control the satellite/cable box, home theater, TV, and even some computers.
As a longtime advocate of hooking a PC up to a big-screen television, I was more than a little surprised to find myself recently pulling the plug on my media center PC. Here's why it happened.