73
Engadget
Score
A dependable product that doesn't really stand out from the competition.
73

A dependable product that doesn't really stand out from the competition.

How we score

The Engadget Score is a unique ranking of products based on extensive independent research and analysis by our expert editorial and research teams. The Global Score is arrived at only after curating hundreds, sometimes thousands of weighted data points (such as critic and user reviews).

Engadget Review

Leap Motion controller review

The Leap Motion controller is well-constructed and relatively inexpensive. However, it's more a novelty than a tool -- best served as a means for entertainment, not productivity.

Pros
  • Fine-tuned motion control for up to 10 fingers at once
  • Simple, space-efficient hardware
  • Well-designed app portal
Cons
  • Limited selection of useful apps
  • Not yet a valid alternative to a mouse or touchscreen
  • A wireless connection would be nice
Read Full Review

Scores

Engadget

73
 

User Reviews

There are currently no user reviews associated with this product.

That's okay though because you can add your own review and we'll feature it here.

Write a Review
 
66
Average Critic Score

Design and form factor

80
 

Ease of use

63
 

How It Stacks Up

58

Engadget

Not yet scored
 

Critic

55
 

User

68
 

Engadget

Not yet scored
 

Critic

Not yet scored
 

User

Not yet scored
 

Engadget

Not yet scored
 

Critic

90
 

User

93
 
95

Engadget

Not yet scored
 

Critic

91
 

User

90
 
Similar Products

How It Stacks Up

58

Engadget

Not yet scored
 

Critic

55
 

User

68
 

Engadget

Not yet scored
 

Critic

Not yet scored
 

User

Not yet scored
 

Engadget

Not yet scored
 

Critic

90
 

User

93
 
95

Engadget

Not yet scored
 

Critic

91
 

User

90
 
Video

Related Video

Can the iPad Pro replace you PC?

Can the iPad Pro replace you PC?

Posted   10.16.17

The Latest

05.08.14
IK Multimedia's iRing music motion controller arrives
05.08.14

IK Multimedia's iRing music motion controller arrives

Ever since the invention of the theremin back in 1928, musicians have sought a way to create music...

View