Summary: This product hits about 71 dB (decibels) at the max level. (there's only 3 levels in this machine) (This sounds like you're on a highway in a car with windows open except the swishing sound is constant and not momentary) oh apparently this is equal to a vacuum cleaner. 65 dB at medium (it sounds like a normal Air Conditioner on maximum wind power) =conversation at a restaurant, 52 dB at weak.
Pros: does help cool down , not too heavy
Cons: way too loud , only 3 levels of fan speed control
Excerpt: My old Targus Chill mat had quit and I really wanted a new one. I travel some and thought this one would be perfect. It was far from perfect -- not nearly strong enough. I have used it to cool my laptop ac adapter and it does fine for that.
Excerpt: The device seems ok at short ranges and for small group presentations (like PowerPoint or Keystone). But it certainly will not work at 50 ft. reliably. PowerPoint slides do not always advance with each click, so presenters are distracted playing catch-up. Not worth the money at this point.
Pros: Light And Intuitive, Lightweight
Cons: Short Transmission Range, Unreliable Advance
Excerpt: When I purchased this I looked at the reviews and they were great! I felt this was a good value for my business and would be exactly what I needed for training. It worked fine when I bought it, really easy to use just plug in and go.. no software needed. I really liked the fact that it was compact and the USB just slips in the base for easy storage. I use a lot of PPT and slide presentations so I really needed a pointer and slide advance feature.
Summary: I've used this remote clicker just over a year ago. I use it once a week, so it's not used that often. It is cheaply built, and in the few dozen times it's been used, it's been dropped 3 times -- enough for it to fall apart, not able to be put back together. Pros: 1. My favorite thing is that the USB receiver is extremely small -- small enough for you to leave it plugged into your laptop all the time.