Until I can get a laser mouse embedded in my fingertip Gyration's new Air Mouse Elite will have to do. The Elite should respond better to in-air movements and gestures than the last version with improved motion-sensing software.
I've never had much control of air mice when giving presentations, but maybe the Elite provides better precision with its bundled MotionTools application. It let's you configure certain actions and gestures for different Windows applications (i.e. Internet Explorer, PowerPoint, etc.). The mouse will also work on your desk and actually looks pretty comfortable. It just blows that Mac support is limited. You can catch the Air Mouse Elite for $100 or $150 with a wireless keyboard. [Gyration]