If it doesn't say that it supports Vista then you have to proceed on the
assumption that it does not. How else can you do it? The manufacturer
would say so if it did because that would be a selling point. Anyway, it
was released on June 1, 2005, 18 months before Vista came out. If the
manufacturer did not write a new driver since then, it will not work.
Cnet reviewed it on 7/13/05:
The supported operating systems are listed at the end of the specs:
The manufacturer's support page does not list any downloads so there must
not be any driver updates.
The Windows Vista Hardware Compatibility List (filtered on Gyration input
devices) is here:
There is simply no indication that the device will work with Vista. Other
than that you can try it but I wouldn't buy one just to find out.
"supercoolbabe" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> How do I find out if it doesn't say?
> "Colin Barnhorst" wrote:
>> Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP are supported. Vista is not mentioned.
>> "supercoolbabe" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
>> > Will the Gyration GO 2.4 Cordless Optical Air Mouse, w/ 2.4 Ghz RF
>> > Receiver,
>> > Model: GC1005M work with Vista? or and of the air mice for that matter?
>> > --
>> > Dede