See all 9 customer reviews Who needs hand signals when you’ve got wireless? Like most wireless remotes, it’s extremely simple: An upper button has a laser pointer honest, it does, I can’t imagine why anyone would say otherwise – look at the photo above and you’ll see it What makes this my presenter-of-choice over former model is that it has a little compartment at its base to store the remote receiver that connects to the USB port. Friday, October 14, Wireless receiver stows inside controller body for carrying convenience.
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The palm-sized controller is easy to hold and operate. Enjoy worry-free presentation freedom without wires or cables.
This eliminates the problem I and perhaps you have had with other models – it’s too darn easy to walk off leaving the receiver in the computer, instantly making the pointer itself into disfunctional wastebasket material.
It is great, except that it has NO laser pointer, so our speakers must have a separate pointer. It is backed by the Kensington one-year warranty. Receiver is easy to install; it simply plugs into back of computer.
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I’ve had this one for over a year and the battery is still going strong, too. Who needs hand signals when you’ve got wireless?
So knesington you are looking for the built-in pointer, be sure to order the correct model number. The intuitive, four-button unit is easy to use, features a one-touch start button, and can run on a single battery for up to two years. A lower button blacks out the screen so you can use the blackboard or markerboard.
It looks almost identical in photos. For added convenience, the wireless receiver even tucks inside the palm-sized controller for carrying. Control presentations from anywhere in the room, up to 50 feet away. Four intuitive buttons and up to a two-year battery life provide hassle-free control. The button on the top which I thought was the laser actually has the function of “start the slideshow from the beginning.
Its intuitive, easy-to-use buttons and built-in laser pointer give you complete presentation control up to 50 feet away, while the wireless USB receiver stores conveniently inside its compact case.
With the wireless remote, presenters can roam “unleashed,” controlling presentations from up to 50 feet away. An upper button has a laser pointer honest, it does, I can’t imagine why anyone would say otherwise – look at the photo above and you’ll see it What makes this my presenter-of-choice over former model is that it has a little compartment at its base to store the remote receiver that connects to the USB port.
Add new life to your presentations with the all-in-one Kensington Wireless Presentation Remote. Like most wireless remotes, it’s extremely simple: See all 9 customer reviews I suspect it had something to do with the extra button, when they made these less expensive devices, without the laser Other than that, the unit works great.
Kensington 33132 Wireless Presentation Remote
Mueth I have a Kensington model What’s in the Box Presentation device controller and receiver, two CR lithium batteries, setup guide, warranty information Kensngton helpful customer reviews 14 of 14 people found the following review helpful.
This is the one you want! An improvement over the competitors By bensmomma I use a wireless remote presenter almost daily in my job as a lecturer in a large MBA program. Friday, October 14, Wireless receiver stows inside controller body for carrying convenience.