GIGABYTE made an addition to its Aivia line of peripherals, with the Neon. The device combines the functionality of an air-presenter, and a mouse, in an ergonomic and wireless package. Such a design would save professionals the need to carry two separate devices. The Red Dot award-winning Aivia Neon measures 105 x 57 x 37 mm (WxHxD), weighing about 107 g (with battery), it is powered by a lithium-ion battery that charges up when the mouse is plugged in via USB. It transforms between wired- and wireless-modes. The Aivia Neon features three main buttons, a scroll-wheel, three hotkeys, that can be programmed to transition slides and or elements within them. A small compartment on its side lets you tuck in its USB micro-receiver. The mouse also features a laser pointer to help with presentations.Grounded, the Aivia Neon functions as any other mouse, with 1,200 DPI tracking resolution. The company did not give out pricing or availability information.