Logitech MX AIR Manual
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Explore your new media universe with a state-of-the-art mouse that's effortless to use - on your desk or in the air. On your desk, advanced laser technology gives you precise tracking and instant response. In the air, innovative Freespace motion sensing transforms hand motions into natural, responsive cursor controls. Sit back and listen to music, browse photos, or surf the Web - from your desk or across the room. The MX Air mouse is the perfect complement to your PC-based entertainment expe... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Logitech MX AIR photo ]
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User reviews and opinions
|tkjeldse||1:34pm on Saturday, October 9th, 2010|
|Disappointed by this mouse I bought this mouse to be used in a living room environment with a Windows 7 64bit HTPC and 42inch plasma screen. One month of Mx Air use... I have only had this MX Air mouse for about a month.|
|h0rnytoad1||8:20pm on Saturday, October 2nd, 2010|
|If you are looking for quality and style you wont go far wrong with this mouse. i brought one of these and it works great. Very interesting mouse, only issue i have is that it does not have a middle button as a default.....|
|ZiOns||6:29am on Monday, September 20th, 2010|
|Yep, upon looking at Logitechs website i saw that it was supported with MAC OSX too! Which is greak....|
|EdBB||7:57pm on Thursday, August 19th, 2010|
|Stunning, after a few minutes, I found it so easy to use. While it is not good for accurate work in Photoshop or InDesign.|
|Tolmandary||8:21am on Friday, July 30th, 2010|
|Air Mouse Excellent, very responsive. It can be used as a remote control in the air or on surfaces. Has a handy page scroll control and back button. Logitech MX Air mouse Excellent product, user friendly and very handy if you use the laptop with a large external display.|
|RobertoMontesi||5:26pm on Friday, July 9th, 2010|
|Construction is cheap and high price. Construction is cheap and high price Construction is cheap and high price This thing is really cool. The perfect laptop accessory. Allows you to sit back be it on a plane, train, or even in your study, and surf the web.|
|sensyb||2:05am on Thursday, June 24th, 2010|
|I bought this 7 months ago when it was on sale for $65.00. I only really use this mouse when I watch movies.|
|bigteeth||5:57am on Sunday, May 16th, 2010|
|so far so good This turned out to be just what I was looking for its a bit awkward to use at first but it does what it says and pretty well for me up ...|
|robbo||10:01pm on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010|
|This thing is really cool. The perfect laptop... This product does exactly what the company said it would. A perfect performer Somewhat pricey. This thing is really cool. The perfect laptop accessory. Allows you to sit back be it on a plane, train, or even in your study, and surf the web.|
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Hillcrest Labs Freespace Technology Debuted with Logitech MX Air Mouse
ROCKVILLE, Md. Aug. 20, 2007 Hillcrest Labs today announced that its patented Freespace motion-control technology is being debuted by Logitech, the worlds leading manufacturer of computer mice. Logitech is using the technology in the new Logitech MX Air Rechargeable Cordless Air Mouse. Freespace technology was initially designed by Hillcrest Labs for use in advanced television remote controls such as Hillcrest Labs awardwinning Loop controller. It enables consumer-electronics manufacturers and service providers to embed advanced motion control capabilities into a wide range of devices and form factors.
Unlike conventional mice, people are not limited to using the MX Air mouse on a surface. Instead, the MX Air mouse works on the desk and in the air, enabling effortless navigation and control of digital media with just a flick of the wrist. The rechargeable MX Air mouse features gesture-based commands, a touch-sensitive scroll panel, a wireless range of up to 30 feet, and a sleek design.
The MX Air mouse offers people a radically new way to interact with PC-based entertainment, said Erik Charlton, Logitech director of product marketing for performance and gaming mice. With more and more people using their PCs to watch videos and listen to music, we wanted to create a product that would allow people to adjust the volume, change a song, or browse online videos without having to return to the desk. Hillcrests Freespace technology enabled us to do that and were pleased to be the first company to use Freespace technology in a commercial product. Logitechs MX Air Mouse enables people to lean back from the desk and get comfortable while navigating their favorite TV shows, music, online movies, photos, or any other application on their computers, said Dan Simpkins, CEO of Hillcrest Labs. Industry insiders often refer to the TV as the ten-foot viewing experience and the PC as the three-foot experience, so perhaps this can be thought of as the six-foot experience. We are very proud that Logitech selected Freespace technology to play a major role in its new innovative product, giving people a natural, orientation-free way to browse, discover and interact with digital content at home.
While Hillcrest Labs offers a complete, pointer-based interactive media system for television, the company recognized that components of its system, such as Freespace, have valuable commercial viability on their own and began licensing Freespace last year. Freespace uses patented digitalsignal processing that uses gravity and other inertial forces to detect its position in the air. The software translates motion instantaneously, and automatically adjusts for natural hand tremors. Unlike older technologies that are based solely on gyroscopes, Freespace-enabled pointing devices work regardless of directional orientation. Since users do not need to aim the device toward a screen they are free to hold the device in whatever position feels most comfortable to them. Hillcrest Labs Freespace technology was recognized as part of the prestigious 2006 International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award, presented by the Consumer Electronics Association. Hillcrest Labs also was presented the Editors Choice award by Popular Mechanics at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show. For more information about the MX Air mouse, visit www.logitech.com. More information about Hillcrest Labs is available at www.hillcrestlabs.com. About Hillcrest Laboratories Hillcrest Laboratories (a.k.a. Hillcrest Labs) has created the first pointer-based, interactive media system for TV. Hillcrest Labs enables CE manufacturers, service providers and Internet content companies to deliver the most visually engaging and intuitive way to browse, discover, and interact with digital media throughout the home. Components of Hillcrest Labs interactive media system can be embedded across a wide range of in-home entertainment devices including PCs, DVRs, media adapters, and more. The company won a 2006 International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award, presented by the Consumer Electronics Association. Based in Rockville, Maryland, Hillcrest Labs was founded in 2001 by Dan Simpkins. The company is funded by NEA, Columbia Capital and Grotech Capital. For additional information, visit www.hillcrestlabs.com. Press Contact: Jeremy Pemble, JLM Partners for Hillcrest: 206-381-3600 (email@example.com) ###
Logitech, the Logitech logo, and other Logitech marks are registered in the United States and other countries. Freespace is a trademark of Hillcrest Labs. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. For more information about Logitech and its products, visit the companys Web site at www.logitech.com. Hillcrest Labs, Freespace, and the Loop are trademarks of Hillcrest Laboratories, Inc.
3 December 2007
By: Bogdan Botezatu, Hardware Editor
Logitech MX Air Wireless: Welcome to the Scroll Panel
The device suits those who do not expect the mouse to just move the cursor.
We are living the multimedia dream, with high-definition television and Internet radio. In fact, the computer is rapidly evolving into a true multimedia center. Few of the consumers haven't experienced the computer morphing into a television set with help from a TV Tuner. Of course, a keyboard and a mouse are not enough to efficiently control a multimedia center. That's why the remote was invented. But a remote control is an old-fashion way of zapping and switching.Logitech comes with a wireless solution that would give you a helping hand at fighting the TV stations invasion. It is the optimal blend between the remote control and the wireless mouse that offers the user the opportunity of normally using the mouse without a stable surface. The producer dropped the mouse-like design and adapted it for Home Theater usage. It is hard to say whether this is good or bad: the remote part has gained extra functionality, but as a mouse, the device is crippled by the lack of side buttons for forward and back. Instead, Logitech migrated all the buttons on the center, in order to mimic remote control behavior.The mouse is able to quickly switch between functional modes. Simply lift it off the surface and it will become a remote control. When on a hard surface, the device would behave like a regular mouse. In remote mode, mouse buttons are illuminated, which gives the user total control over buttons even in the dark, not to mention that it is an important aid in finding the remote control should you have misplaced it during your favorite TV show. The mouse does not have any mouse wheel anymore, and this may be the feature you would miss the most. The wheel's place is taken by a touch scroll panel, similar to the laptop mouse panel. The sensitive mechanism gives a dim feedback sound each time scroll operations are performed.Logitech's remote-mouse combination comes bundled with the SetPoint software, which allows the user to define some functional aspects, such as control gestures, remapping of buttons, and sensitivity adjustments available in remote mode.
The touch-screen sensor - detail The Logitech Website
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Explore your new media universe with a state-of-the-art mouse that's effortless to use - on your desk or in the air. On your desk, advanced laser technology gives you precise tracking and instant response. In the air, innovative Freespace motion sensing transforms hand motions into natural, responsive cursor controls. Sit back and listen to music, browse photos, or surf the Web - from your desk or across the room. The MX Air mouse is the perfect complement to your PC-based entertainment experience.
|Wireless Receiver||USB wireless receiver|
|Max Operating Distance||Up to 30 ft|
|Movement Detection Technology||Laser|
|Features||Volume control, scroll panel, Freespace motion sensing|
|Expansion / Connectivity|
|Interfaces||1 x USB - 4 pin USB Type A|
|Included Accessories||Cradle, polishing cloth|
|Certified for Windows Vista||Certified for Windows Vista software and devices have undergone compatibility tests for ease-of-use, better performance and enhanced security.|
|Software / System Requirements|
|Software Included||Drivers & Utilities, SetPoint|
|OS Required||Microsoft Windows Vista / XP|
|Peripheral / Interface Devices||CD-ROM|
|Service & Support||3 years warranty|
|Service & Support Details||Limited warranty - 3 years|
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