Logitech Professional Presenter R800, Presentation Wireless Presenter with Laser Pointer Green
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- Brilliant green laser pointer is easy to see on any presentation screen-even in a brightly lit room
- LCD display with timer and silent vibrating alerts help you manage time without watching the clock
- Up to 100-foot wireless range for freedom to move and mingle around the room, Intuitive controls for easy, one-touch slideshow navigation
- Plug-and-play USB wireless receiver stores inside the presenter for easy pack up. Carrying case included
- System Requirements PC-Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or later, USB port
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Grab the Logitech Professional Presenter R800 and grab hold of your audience
Your slideshow presentation is ready. The room is full. And with your wireless Logitech Professional R800 Presenter in hand, you're set to grab hold of your audience. Aim the laser pointer at the screen and everyone sees your point. The brilliant green laser light is strong enough to be seen clearly, even across a large conference hall. Move smoothly and confidently from slide to slide with intuitive one-touch controls. Focus on your presentation, instead of the clock, with an easy-to-set timer and vibrating alerts to help you manage your time. And with no wires or cables, there's nothing to hold you back from moving around and working the room. Whether you're making a sales presentation in a hotel ballroom or giving a professional lecture in a 2,000-seat auditorium, you'll get and keep their attention from first slide to last.
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Brilliant green laser pointer makes it easy to see your point
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LCD display with timer lets you focus on the presentation, not the clock
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Up to 100-foot wireless range gives you more freedom to move around the room
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Intuitive one-touch controls for simple, smooth slideshow navigation
Storable wireless receiver—plug, play and go
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|Laser Pointer||Green: |
so you see the pointer even on plasma/LCD screens and in brightly-lit rooms
|Wireless Technology||2.4 GHz||2.4 GHz|
|Range||100 ft. (30 m.)||50 ft. (15 m.)|
|Flexible Countdown Timer|
|Silent Vibration Alarms|
|Radio Signal Strength Indicator |
(lets you see if you're about to move out of range)
|Black Screen On/Off Button|
|Presentation Start/Stop Button|
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To fix this, you need to open System Preferences, select the Keyboard & Mouse panel, and then select the Keyboard Shortcuts tab. Click the Plus button to assign a new shortcut and a new panel appears. Add Keynote as the application (you'll have to scroll to the bottom of the list, select Other... and then find where Keynote is installed). In the Menu Title section, type "Play Slideshow" and then assign this to the keyboard shortcut of F5. When you then restart Keynote, you can click on the View menu and you will see that "Play slideshow" is now linked to the F5 shortcut (instead of the default Command-Option-P).
Now all the buttons of Logitech Professional Presenter R800 ( I think also R400), work perfectly and without any problem on Keynote too. Hence, this presenter device will completely work on MAC OS X, if you apply the above trick.
For any person doing presentations, this little unit is a wonderful device. Ergonomically, the design is perfect. It is small in size, light in weight and just fits in your hand perfectly. Indentations on the various buttons let you easily find the correct button without looking during your presentation. On the left edge is the on/off sliding switch. On the right edge are two buttons. One of the buttons is for controlling the start/pause of the presentation timer, the other is for setting the presentation duration timer. On the face of the device are 5 buttons. The top button operates the green laser. Immediately below that wide button are two narrower, but taller buttons that control the movement forward or backward through the presentation. And below that are two slightly smaller buttons that control launching the presentation and, if the application supports it, going to a black screen.
The green laser is bright and relatively sharp. It actually is not a pinpoint sharp light like some other laser pointers, but rather a bit more diffuse. This works out to be an advantage because the lit area becomes a bit larger in diameter, albeit less "sharp", which makes seeing the laser on your screen easier. It really is better than an intensely bright tiny spot. And as compared to the Kensington pointer device I recently reviewed, Kensington 33374 Wireless Presenter with Laser Pointer, it was much brighter overall thus more effective.
One of my favorite and most useful features of the R800 is the timer function.Read more ›
I do a lot of PowerPoint presentations and have used wireless presenters of many different kinds. The Logitech Professional Presenter R800 has lots of nice features in an attractive and easy to use package. But that only gets you so far - how does it work in practice?
The Presenter R800 is smaller than I was expecting, which is good. It fits very nicely in the hand, is contoured well to position your fingers properly, and has a soft-touch finish. The power switch is a slide on the left side which takes a firm push: a plus as this means it is not likely to turn on or off accidentally. The right side has small buttons for the timer control (reset and start/stop). The face of the presenter has a small but legible LCD display, a button for the laser pointer and buttons that advance slides forward and back, bring the presentation into and out of slide-show mode, and one that blanks the screen in slide-show mode. (Logitech notes that this last may not function with all presentation software.)
The RF USB receiver slides firmly into the base, so it is unlikely you will lose it. It's not the little nub that Logitech uses on the "Nano" mouse models, but this is probably so that it can get the added range one wants with a presenter. Plug it in to a Windows system (Logitech claims support for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 only) and Windows will recognize it automatically. The first time you use it on a given system it takes about 10 seconds or so for the driver to load.
The slide control buttons need little explanation. I liked that they were easy to locate without looking, were contoured nicely and required a gentle but firm push - no unintended slide changes here!Read more ›
Both pointers work well with my Windows XP PC and MacBook Pro (running MacOS AND Parallels). Battery life is long enough for any of my needs (average use of 10+ hours/week for more than a semester)
Followup after three years (3/2/13): I two 2 1/2 hour classes per week and a couple of shorter ones and have been using this pointer for every one of them. I use rechargable batteries and get one lecture out of a charge. Now the bad news: The on-off switch isn't terribly well made. I have recently gone to flip to the next slide and find the pointer is turned off. After 3 years of use, the resistance to turning the switch off is gone - it just slips off by itself. Since I use the timer to remind me when the lecture is over, switching off power and forgetting the timer setting is a hassle.
I have searched around for another choice, but this still seems to be the best option, despite the shortcomings. I like the bright green laser and the countdown timer, so I guess I will have to buy another one (interesting how it got flakey right after the 3 years of use...)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very easy to use and has all of the needed features for a professional presentationPublished 1 day ago by Thomas D. Towner
Simply the best range I've ever had on a presenter. The shape fits my hand great--so far not one "random" page click. I really like it.Published 4 days ago by Donna Winchell
I had a PowerPoint presentation in a movie theater on a huge screen and bought this pointer ahead of time. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Lefty123
The range is not even close to what they claim if you use it in an open room. We had to return it. Maybe, if you were to use it in a hallway, the signal would bounce around enough... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Samantha Garrett