Reviews and Problems with Keyspan Presentation Remote Pro
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Terrific Piece of Equipment
Sound Guy, B&H Photo
28 December 2015
Excerpt: I bought this as a backup to an identical unit which has been in service for more than 5 years. We use this in a mid size worship center with both KeyNote and PowerPoint. It has never failed. I bought the backup to ensure we wouldn't have a problem if the original unit became misplaced.
Excerpt: We use these keyspans in an event hall environment. We have 10 different rooms with events at the same time. These remotes are easy to configure with different frequencies so they do not interfere with each other.
Excerpt: I use a Macbook Pro. I've had 3 other wireless/mouse/pointers. None worked as represented. The Keyspan desing is easy, accurate, intuitive. I would like the addition of a single "select" button rather than a left mouse key, but I adapted to the key style pretty quickly.
Excerpt: I use this remote for my OSHA safety classes, new hire orientations and various training classes. This remote is very easy to use and the layout of the controls are in the right spot. After my first use, I am already able to feel where each control button is and not have to look every time .
Excerpt: This is my second unit like this. The other one still works great after 6 years. When the need for a second unit arose. It was no doubt of which one to purchase-- hands down. Over the years I have tried others --- no comparison
Summary: This remote solved my Macbook Pro Retina remote problem immediately upon it's arrival. Within three minutes of opening the packaging, I was up and running without having to read any directions or install any software.
Summary: Works well for us. Preacher uses this remote to advance his own slides during the sermon. We keep the receiver in the line of sight but sometimes the speaker doesn't hold the remote where the line of sight is unobstructed, yet it still works anyway (receiver is about 50' away).