Wednesday, April 10th 2013

GIGABYTE Announces Aivia Neon Wireless Air-Presenter Mouse

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.
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3 Comments on GIGABYTE Announces Aivia Neon Wireless Air-Presenter Mouse

the federations new phasers look like ass.
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Mussels said:
the federations new phasers look like ass.
No.. no... You have it wrong... this is the start of the phaser... Due to this presenter mouse, a techie will take it and build it into the beloved phaser... Remember, it was in the 22nd century to which the enterprise was first launched... So, tis is the blueprint to what started it all..

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I still have a Logitech Air mouse in an unopened box. Still have plans to use it with my media PC setup. Used one in the past and it wasn't bad.
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