Quha Zono is the only gyroscopic air mouse designed for those who are unable to or would prefer not to use a standard mouse. The Quha Zono is attached to the optional headband or worn on the body. Movements with the Quha then control the cursor on the screen, allowing users to select, click and drag items on a desktop, laptop or tablet.
Quha Zono has a built in automatic click feature. When this feature is activated with the setup software, a button click is automatically done after a small moment of mouse non-movement. This feature is also called dwell click. All Quha Zono mouse settings are stored inside the mouse memory so the mouse is easily transferred between several computers.
With the Quha Zono mouse, you can also use tablets hands-free. Just plug in the USB receiver to the tablet USB port and you are all set. Most Android and Windows tablets natively support the Quha Zono mouse. With Quha Zono you don’t need the tablet touch screen interface. Instead, you use the wireless mouse to access the tablet applications such as Skype, web browser and email. The tablet virtual keyboard is accessible with the Quha Zono mouse when typing text is required.
What's in the box?
Quha Zono mouse
USB charging cable
Adapter to connect two switches
User manual and CD
Download the Quha Zono Gyroscopic Air Mouse Manual (PDF)
Provides accurate and intuitive computer access with just small head movements
Extremely lightweight and easily worn in endless ways
Works straight out of the box allowing full access to the computer
Compatible with all available computers and almost all tablets and smartphones
Wireless connection 2.45 GHz radiolink, operates up to 10m
Battery Li-Po (Litium-polymer) 240 mAh. Active use time 30 hours, in automatic idle mode up to 20 days
USB Receiver USB 2.0 HID, includes 3.5mm stereo connector to connect either one switch directly or two switches with the included adapter
Please note: Most tablets support USB HID mice. Make sure that also your tablet does. If considering Android tablet, remember to check that the tablet has virtual home, back and menu keys instead of physical buttons. Mouse can then be used to access them.
If your device has a basic USB port, Quha Zono USB receiver can be directly connected to it. Otherwise, this product has no system requirements.
1. Can I use two USB receivers with one Quha Zono mouse?
Yes. You can order a Quha Zono with two USB receivers to be used with two different computers. For example, if you use a computer in the living room and a tablet in the bedroom, you can connect the USB receivers in both devices and use them with one Quha Zono mouse. However, you should turn off the device that you are not using if it is within the usage range, because otherwise the mouse movements and button clicks are received by both devices.
2. Can I use Quha Zono Setup software with my Windows XP?
Yes, it works on Windows XP SP3 with .NET framework 3.5.
Quha Zono setup software requires Microsoft .NET framework to work. The latest .NET frameworks are not supporting Windows XP anymore, hence you need to download an older version, e.g. .NET 3.5 at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=22. However, please note that Windows XP is not anymore supported by Microsoft, and therefore we are not able to provide the official support for it on Quha Zono setup software.
3. Why is the cursor moving when I am not moving the mouse?
The Quha Zono mouse has a motion sensor that detects the mouse movements and transforms these movements into cursor motion. The motion sensor is a highly accurate electric component and is affected by ambient temperature among other things. On those very rare occasions when the cursor starts to “drift”, the device can be calibrated by holding the mouse stationary for a few seconds. The easiest way to do this is to place the mouse on a table while it is on. The drifting is then automatically removed in a few seconds.