Very good, but cursor slow and a bit tricky to steer
4 weeks ago
Summary: Very good for the money. It's well thought out. In presenter mode the forward and back buttons and the laser pointer work well. Despite what some others have said, the button clicks are not too loud - they are just the same as many other devices. The mouse mode is very handy for demos. However, it's difficult to steer the cursor accurately with the trackpoint, and the cursor moves slowly - hence 4 stars.
Summary: I bought this as I couldn't face buying another Logitech after having lost two. Actually, I lost just one, but left the other's usb dongle somewhere which made it useless. Or almost; I now use just the laser pointer to entertain the cats. This Trust presenter works without software and has a good range. I found the 'joystick' lacked the fine control necessary for it to be any use as a mouse.
Summary: Definitely one very good keyboard although it is smaller than the average keyboards, it is getting used to it and when it does you can work with it easily. The solder buttons are great and the mouse is very precise. Also it has scroll button that is very useful and of course the media and page buttons are useful as well.
Summary: I guess if you are used to using one of the little buttons you find in the middle of some laptop keyboards to move your cursor around you might be able to use this presenter. I use a mouse, and this gaget was just too tricky to control so I haven't used it in presentations at all. Anyone want to buy it?