Reviews and Problems with Keyspan Presentation Remote
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Simple, Reliable, Long Range has a Down-Side
13 June 2011
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. When we are in ajoining training rooms one of us has to stop using the remote otherwise we end up changing each other's slides. That's the down-side of having a longer range. But in general, we are very happy with it.
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. It allows me to roam around the room (my training style) and run my presentation anywhere.
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). Its small, light weight, powerful and the laser pointer pointer is very useful.
Summary: I have tested and used many remotes and have found that the Keyspan is the best remote for professional presentations. I am a trial lawyer and use the remote with PowerPoint for jury trials. As any presentation should go smoothly, the Keyspan remote works well from all over the room. I have not had any connectivity or response problems even from across the courtroom. Also, I walk around throughout my presentations and the remote has yet to let me down.
Summary: In my work I do media presentations from my laptop several times per day. With the Keystone remote I can sit with the client at a distance and still both operate the laptop and control the presentations. It took some practice to be able to operate it in "mouse" mode accurately. But within an hour or so I could do anything I can do with a regular mouse. I'm very satisfied with this product.
Summary: I make a lot of presentations. This little unit stays with me no matter where I travel on business. The case makes it easy to keep the two components together when not in use and reduces the risk of loss or damage. Have not found a PC that did not work with it. Whenever some one else uses it, they want to know where they can get one. General use (page up/page down, and laser) are simple to use.
Summary: I just got this remote today. I plugged in the RF receiver to my laptop, opened up a powerpoint presentation and it worked! There was not much else to it. The instructions say that if you are a Windows user you need some kind of software and if you are a Mac user then you dont need the software but I think that might be the other way around because I am a windows user and I didnt need any software.
Summary: I bought this remote for my Power Point Presentation and it works fine, but In a MAC some functions don't work. For that reason I give 4 stars. Its a little complicate to move the cursor with it , but with a little practice you'll control it. The batery is a little expensive in comparison with other type of bateries in the market.
Summary: I am very pleased with the style and comfort of the PRUS2 presentation remote. It has excellent range and works extremely well for powerpoint presentations, allowing the presenter to move freely around the room and still control the program.
Pros: Very easy to set up with any computer, laptop or desktop. Comfortable to hold with all controls very accessible.