Neil Clavin

"Principal Design Manager"
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (17 of 17)
Location: Germany
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,409,846 - Total Helpful Votes: 17 of 17
Kensington 33374EU Wireless 2.4 GHz USB Presenter &hellip by Kensington
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I have been looking for a remote for controlling presentations via a notebook for some time.
I use a Mac at home and I need to use a PC at work (I hope this will change soon!) so I was looking for something cross-compatible
It is surprising hard to find a PC compatible remote and versions I have seen before cost around 65 euros!

The positives:

- works out of the box no software installation needed (very useful if you preset on a computer which is not yours!)
- works on Mac and PC for Keynote and Powerpoint flawlessly
- very simple stripped back control set - play, forward, back, blackout screen (useful to draw attention back to speaker)
-… Read more
Guy Bourdin by Guy Bourdin
Guy Bourdin by Guy Bourdin
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Glacial, 20 Aug 2003
This is a beautiful book published to complement the stunning Guy Bourdin exhibtion at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London held in 2003.
The book carries all the images displayed in the exhibition in a digtially remastered form with a clarity that makes them hyper real. There are also unpublished photographs and others unseen for over 25 years. This makes for a far superior book visually to the previously published Exhibit A: Guy Bourdin: A Biographical Essay by Michel Guerrin where the photographs seemed subdued and toned down. The book also carries some of Bourdin�s notes which are as seductive as the photographs themselves eg. �Two girls kissing through… Read more
Scorpio Rising ~ Death In Vegas
Scorpio Rising ~ Death In Vegas
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
DIV return with a long overdue new album following the previous contino rooms. once again a host of credible contributors join in, with Death in Vegas forming a kind of session band doing an exercise of 'if we were writing a Mazzy Star/Oasis/Paul Weller/ Adult (delete as applicable) song it would sound like this....
And by and large the songs are great although personally i could do without Weller. Tracks without the celebrity factor also fare well apart from Nadja which is a workaday techno splurge which makes the inclusion of its remixes (previously on the Leather Girls ep) somewhat unwelcome.
Like a chemical brothers album this awards instant satisfaction, the long-term appeal… Read more

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