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The Kensington Presenter Remote puts you in control of presentations with a red laser pointer perfect for highlighting your main messages. This presenter conveniently fits in the palm of your hand for top comfort and control. It is easy to use.
One feature of Kensington's presenter is the simple forward & back controls which are complemented with a clever blackout out screen button letting you hide your slides whilst you manage them or direct attention away from the screen and to you. The Plug & Play 2.4GHz wireless technology and wireless range of up to 20m ensures you don't have to worry about anything interfering with your presenter or any unnecessary cables to trip over whilst presenting. The USB receiver deactivates battery so battery will never accidently drain when it does not need to be used. This presenter comes with a battery indicator light which warns you when your battery is low ensuring it never runs out during a presentation. It provides full control of PowerPoint and Keynote with no drivers needed. This presenter is compatible with both PC and Mac.
I've now used this with 3 different laptops, to run powerpoint presentations. It starts automatically, and is ready to run within 1-2 minutes of inserting the drive into the USB... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Brian Eversham
Excellent product and service. I really recommend this device for presentations: ergonomic and confy.Published 4 days ago by Ramon
great piece of presentation kit made even better now that it takes two AAA batteries you just plug and goPublished 5 days ago by iGlad
Its a very handy clicker. The USB receiver the stores inside the presenter (clicker) when not in use is particularly very helpful -stop from misplacing the USB receiver. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Sue Adams
Brilliant product. A must have for presentations. Shape feels perfect in your hand, quite calming which is good if you are presenting.Published 7 days ago by Liz Howell