Yes. If you’re using an older system that offers Bluetooth, but not necessarily Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy, connectivity you may need to purchase an after-market Bluetooth 4 Low Energy receiver dongle to connect to Air Mouse Voice.
Yes, to access the presentation effects, assignable button profiles and voice commands. You can still use Air Mouse Voice on older systems using 32-bit operating systems, but only as a two button desktop or handheld mouse. To re-install the older version of MotionTools, version 2.2
No. The presentation tools and screen effects, assignable buttons and voice commands all require MotionTools (version 3.0).
Yes, Air Mouse will use native drivers on your Windows or OS X system for desktop and handheld operation as a two-button mouse. To access your presentation effects, assignable buttons and voice commands, however, MotionTools 3.0 must be installed and active.
Installing the Air Mouse Voice is easy. Just follow the instructions in the Quick Start Guide shipped with your mouse:
- Confirm that your system is running a 64-bit version of Windows or OS X and that it supports Bluetooth 4.0 LE connectivity.
- Install your mouse batteries (with directions matching those in the battery bay) and turn ON the mouse using the ON/OFF switch on the underside.
- Connect Air Mouse Voice to your PC or Mac using the computer’s Bluetooth connection wizard. Press the Bluetooth ‘connect’ button on the mouse, then pair it in the computer’s Bluetooth connection window. At this point, your Air Mouse Voice should be functioning properly as a two-button mouse.