Reviews and Problems with Keyspan Presentation Remote
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Best bang for your buck.
Colby Franklin, Amazon
30 April 2012
Summary: Quick, simple, and easy to use. I've been teaching with this model for the past 10 years with my lectures. I've tried other presentation devices but they are not has user friendly, nor do they have the additional features to access the majority of Microsoft programs as the Keyspan model does.
Summary: The PR-US2 was an excellent presentation remote until it stopped working after a few years of very light use. The issue may be with the USB unit, as the remote appears to function fine with a new battery. I see other users have had the same issue.
Summary: I have a computer in the bedroom for a tv so a mouse isn't ideal for use in bed and watching Netflix. This thing has been great and for the price it is a no brainer! The distance works anywhere in the room, and the battery has lasted years now too. Nice little wheel on the side from scrolling.
Summary: This is a nice, reliable device. Battery lasted about a year with limited use. My only issue with it is that everyone in my group uses the same device, and we have yet to figure out if there's a way to change transmission frequencies.
Summary: This is my third Keyspan wireless remote. I wore out the first one and I replaced it with the newer model, then bought another of this model. I train professionally and wouldn't train without my Keyspan. (The same goes for my colleagues.) It works wonderfully well and the battery lasts a long time.
Summary: This presentation remote is the bane of my existence. It presents a dizzying array of buttons, none of which you can click with confidence, knowing that you will advance to the next slide. Perhaps the designers of this remote thought of this as a feature: where will you go next?
Summary: Bought this item for the remote mouse control; I have an HDTV connected to my desktop computer over 50ft way using an HDMI cable form [...]. With the Keyspan PR-US2, I have full use & control of my desktop mouse including left & right mouse key and scrolling from the toggle switch on the side.
Summary: Trouble free installation and use. The only thing not super good is the little mouse pad -- it's not as easy to move the cursor as quickly and accurately as a real mouse. But given the small space they have to work with it's acceptable.
Summary: There are so few buttons on this thing. Who would have thunk you would need to keep the directions because the obvious buttons are not the ones you need to use to advance a slide on a PowerPoint presentation.
Summary: This remote mouse is about the best on the market. Unfortunately, it takes a little practice to use it gracefully in front of an audience. The range of movement is great, I am a HS teacher and can easily walk around the room while presenting (30+ feet away from my laptop).