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Kensington Wireless Presenter (K33373US)
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- Compact wireless presenter with an ergonomic design and easy fingertip control
- 2.4GHz wireless technology delivers interference-free control of your pointer from up to 60 feet away
- Wireless USB receiver fits inside controller's storage space so it never gets lost
- Intuitive four-button design with one-touch start functionality
- Compatible with Windows 8
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Take Control of Your Presentation
The Kensington Wireless Presenter puts you in control of your presentation and your audience. Conveniently portable and easy-to-use, it allows you to focus on what matters most--your presentation. Simple forward and back controls 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. Plug-and-play 2.4GHz wireless technology means you don't need to worry about interference from other devices or unnecessary cables. The presenter remote is ergonomically styled to fit comfortably in the palm of your hand.
Convenient Wireless Connectivity
Powerful 2.4GHz connectivity allows up to 60 feet of operational range. Connect the Wireless Presenter by plugging the wireless 2.4GHz USB receiver into any standard USB port on your laptop or desktop.
The Kensington Wireless Presenter includes dedicated presentation buttons that can do simple operations in photo/slideshows, PowerPoint, Google presentations, Apple Keynote, and many other web and PC-based presentation programs. A special "blackout" button masks the projector screen so you can search or make needed changes on your laptop. It's an ideal business tool for executives, HR departments, business professionals, non-profits, educational institutions, and teaching environments.
The surface of the Wireless Presenter features an ergonomic shape with a rubberized, textured grip, so it rests comfortably in the hands during your presentations.
What's in the Box?
Kensington Wireless Presenter, USB 2.4GHz wireless receiver (stored in presenter), 2 AAA batteries, carrying case, User Guide.
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|Wireless Range||Up to 150 Feet||Up to 150 Feet||Up to 150 Feet||Up to 65 Feet||Up to 65 Feet||Up to 65 Feet||Up to 30 Feet|
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|Connectivity||2.4 GHz Wireless||2.4 GHz Wireless||2.4 GHz Wireless||2.4 GHz Wireless||2.4 GHz Wireless||2.4 GHz Wireless||Bluetooth|
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Top Customer Reviews
First, the laser button also puts Powerpoint into presentation mode, a feature absent on the previous model. However, rather than presenting the current screen in presentation mode, it goes to the first page of the presentation. I could see this being a disadvantage if you want to use your laser pointer while being in the normal view mode. However, others had previous complained that there was not a way of automatically going back into presentation mode if you accidentally exit out of presentation when you're on the last slide -- something that this feature really doesn't fix.
The USB transmitter that plugs into the computer is nearly half the size in the new version, which is nice, given the bulky size of the previous version.
The device now runs on AAA batteries instead of a smaller, disc-type battery. This is nice, since you had to go to a store to pick up replacement batteries for the old version.
The new device is also slightly heavier, but not significantly so.
Otherwise, the device seems the same (color, texture are slightly different)
This new version has some improvements: the USB thingy now stays in its holder better, so it doesn't fall out in my backpack. The overall feel of the presenter is good. But I need to find a small screwdriver, put in a new disk battery, go back to my old presenter and give this one to someone else. As others have noted, pushing the laser has the side effect of sending an F5 to the system. No problem if in powerpoint, but for any other program, this leads to all sorts of weird behavior. For instance, when I switch from powerpoint to illustrate something in Excel and press the laser, up pops a "Go to" window. Confusing and annoying to all concerned.
The advantage of being able to start a powerpoint presentation (which is what F5 does in powerpoint) is vastly outweighed by the inability to use the laser pointer with any other software.
My prayers were answered.
This model is practically identical to its predecessor; why mess with a good design? (The 33374 currently has 152 customer reviews averaging 4.5 stars.) It lacks the heft, chrome and fancy features of high-end presenter models--there are no programmable buttons, no mousing capability--but has all of the basics down pat: Just plug the tiny USB dongle into the computer you want to use (there are no drivers needed on any recent version of Windows or Mac OS X), then use the left and right arrows to flip from slide to slide and the top arrow to point a bright red laser point. (The lower button toggles blackout mode in PowerPoint, which is nice if you want to focus your audience's attention on something other than the slides for a moment.) It's simple, comfortable--and now it has 1GB of storage, enough for hundreds of ordinary PowerPoint presentations. The design is also slightly improved by replacing the distracting flash of metal around the controls with a high-contrast black color.
Any downsides? The price point is significantly higher, so you should think about whether the convenience of the built-in memory is worth it. One of the great features of the device is that the USB dongle slides right in when it's not in use.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm an 8th grade language arts teacher who does a lot of PowerPoints. Very professional! Works perfectly!Published 1 hour ago by Shannon Weathers
Really great! We use it every week and the batter life is incredible.Published 3 days ago by Dennis Gard
Great little device. Works as expected on Mac. use it for presentations. no need to worry about on/off switch - it turns on when you remove the dongle, and off when u return it.Published 11 days ago by Slarti
I only used it twice a week for 2 hours at a time over the course 14 weeks and it stopped working - sporadic failure at first and now complete failure. Not a fan.Published 12 days ago by Dara
The description says it has an on/off button, but it is not for the laser itself. So, it is going back!Published 14 days ago by Amazon Customer