Keypoint Interactive Audience Response System with 50 Keypads
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- Keypoint Interactive Standard Edition software works with Microsoft PowerPoint 2007, 2010, 2013 & 2016
- Individually assign keypads to track data
- Pre / post comparison charts help measure learning
- Generate reports in Word and Excel
- On-screen polling timer with synchronized music
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Complete audience response system with everything you need to add interactive audience polling to your Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. The package includes 50 keypads, a small USB "Stick" style transceiver to allow keypads to communicate with the PC, Keypoint Interactive Standard Edition software for Microsoft Office, and a custom padded carrying case. You can expand your system up to 500 keypads simply by purchasing additional keypads. Custom system sizes are also available to support keypads into the thousands. Keypoint is an interactive add-in for Microsoft Office 2007, 2010, 2013 & 2016. It has been designed from the ground up to seamlessly integrate with the newest suites of Office products. The result is completely integrated user interface that makes adding sophisticated interactivity to your PowerPoint presentations as effortless as creating any other type of slide.
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Update: Be aware; when I had some issues with my Keypoint ARS and inquired if Keypoint had new drivers available, I was disappointed that they wanted an additional $89. Support or updated drivers are only provided for free for the first year of ownership. For the price of this system, It's most unfortunate that the company doesn't support their product and customers without requiring additional payments. Maybe 5 stars was being too generous.