Air Mice are fine enough if you have to control an HTPC from your bed, across the room, they're usually inaccurate and finicky. Why not make it a regular mouse too? And lo, the eVouse is.
Maybe I've been watching too many Stargate reruns or maybe the AirMouse hand-mounted input device was really inspired by Goa'uld technology. Either way, I'm skeptical about its ability to prevent repetitive stress injuries.
Logitech's apparently planning a run into the air mouse market with its MX platform. It looks to sport both gyration-based movement and a standard laser, though they're supposedly holding off on Bluetooth in favor of RF. Expected drop date is sometime this summer.
Thomson sneaked its newest Gyration product today, the Gyrotransport. This curvy white mouse could fit on a keychain and even get lost in your man-purse. There is a 1GB USB dongle that snaps into the underbelly too. Slide that sucker off, plug it into a Windows XP machine and it carries both the software required to…