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Targus 2.4 GHz Wireless Laser Presentation Remote, Range up to 30 Feet AMP03US (Black)

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  • This easy-to-use wireless device offers effortless PowerPoint presentation controls with built-in laser pointer
  • Long range 2.4GHz wireless technology provides true freedom for effective presentation has up to a 30 ft. range which is ideal for a large room
  • Preset RF connection without the need for a software driver enables true plug-and-play capability
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • System Requirements: Windows 2000, XP, or Windows Vista
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Product Description

Targus 2.4 GHz Wireless Laser Presentation Remote, Range up to 30 Feet AMP03US (Black)

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 3.5 x 0.9 inches ; 1.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000F004RO
  • Item model number: AMP03US
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (200 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 13, 2006

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111 of 113 people found the following review helpful By T. Stilwell on October 23, 2007
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Plug it in and go. Used weekly with Windows XP for four months so far no problems. Range is at least 30 feet, very reliable. Note that a slide switch on the side turns it off to conserve the battery.

How it works: it talks to the computer as if it's a keyboard. But the only keystrokes it can send are: PageUp (the left button), PageDown (the right button), B (the bottom button), and Alt+Esc (the top button). (The red middle button is the laser pointer.)

The bottom button is like hitting the B key, which in a PowerPoint slideshow toggles a black screen, useful for momentarily hiding a slide. (By the way, W goes to a white screen if you're using a full keyboard; the remote doesn't have a button for that.)

IF YOU HAVE OTHER PROGRAMS OPEN: This remote doesn't have any magical connection to PowerPoint; it's just a mini keyboard. So it won't affect PowerPoint unless the PowerPoint slideshow window is the "active" window. If another program is running and is selected, you'll just scroll it up and down and type a lot of "B"s, same as if you pressed PageDown and B on your regular keyboard.

That's where the top button comes in. In Windows XP, pressing Alt+Esc cycles focus between all open applications in the taskbar. (It cycles through in the order they were last "active", not necessarily the order they appear on the task bar.) In other words, the top button on the remote is basically a "switch between open programs" button. So if your "next slide" button isn't working, it may be bcause a different window is selected. Don't panic and don't immediately assume the battery is dead. First make sure the power switch on the side is on. Then just alternately press the "next window" (top) and "next slide" (right) buttons until the slide changes.
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63 of 65 people found the following review helpful By JT on September 2, 2006
If you want a simple, straightforward presenter to click through Powerpoint slides, this one works very well. I bought it at Staples after my old presenter died. Installation is very simple, completely plug and play, and it worked right away. Buttons for advancing slides, for going backward, blanking screen, for the laser pointer, and another I haven't used so I can't remember what it is for. I have not tried to use it for anything besides Powerpoint, on a Windows XP laptop. I use it for large lecture classes, where I want to control when I change the slide, so it doesn't matter that there is no timer. Laser works fine. Takes 1 AAA battery, so it's easy to replace. The big problem, though, is that you'll be replacing the battery a lot. One week after classes started, I've replaced the battery once already, and I'm about to replace it again. Part of the problem is that I keep forgetting to turn off the on/off switch at the side, which is very inconspicuous; but also there is no battery indicator, and, really, it just burns batteries pretty fast. If you want a simple presenter for occasional use, this may be it. But I will eventually replace it for one that doesn't use batteries so fast.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By D. J. on February 11, 2007
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I'm a Community College instructor and have found this to be an invaluable tool. The newer projection system we use doesn't allow remote advancement of slides. This inexpensive tool does just what it says and works perfectly and without fail. It was as easy to install as a flash drive. I'm now able to interact with my classes instead of being held hostage behind the lectern in order to advance slides. I also really like the darken feature and use it anytime I think a class is copying power points instead of interacting with each other on the subject. Rate 5 stars because I can't give it 6.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Luke Lundemo on March 8, 2007
Once I got this device to turn on, it worked really well. Range was great, the laser is bright enough. It's easy to get to the batteries. The control buttons are intuitive enough that I never have to look at the presenter to know what I'm doing. Although if you try to do two things at once with your presentation hand, you can easily hit a wrong button.

The main problem is getting the device to turn on. I struggled twice for over 10 minutes not knowing if it would ever activate. When it did activate, I couldn't determine what got it to work all of a sudden.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. Mitchell on November 9, 2006
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I have found this item very useful in wirelessly changing the slides for PowerPoint presentations. The laser pointer works without any problem. For the price, it cannot be beat. Other more expensive solutions have many more bells and whistles but for just pointing and changing slides, this is all I need.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By acim on March 27, 2007
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Great item for presenters. Installation worked well with my laptop, just plug and play. Nice size in my hand and slide advance controls work very well.

The only downside is there is a small on/off button that is on the side of the unit. Its very hard to miss and if you dont notice it and turn it on you may think your unit is not working. I would have given it 5 stars but the silly instructions didn't point this little on/off switch to me so it gets 4 stars. Highly recommended though if you do any powerpoint presentations.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By L. Pearson on February 18, 2007
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I purchased this device primarily to replace a different wireless presentation remote with very limited range. I must agree with the other reviewers in that the Targus Wireless Presenter with Laser Pointer works well enough as a wireless remote, and a laser pointer. The range is at least as good as advertised.

What no one else has mentioned however, is the very flimsy plastic casing used on both the remote itself and the usb receiver dongle. I could easily crush the remote with my fingers, and I am not overly strong. The dongle is even more flimsy. I wonder if this device will hold up to the rigors of travel, even if some care is taken.

In addition, the buttons feel cheap. Pressing any of the buttons, but especially the laser button does provide some positive feedback. Unfortunately, the feeling is more akin to what I would expect from a three dollar flashlight than a presentation remote.
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