(2 Units) Wireless Presentation Clicker for PowerPoint, Wireless Presenter Remote with Laser Pointer Slide Clickers for Mac/Windows/Linux, Computer/Laptop, Google Slide/PPT/Keynote

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(2 Units) Wireless Presentation Clicker for PowerPoint, Wireless Presenter Remote with Laser Pointer Slide Clickers for Mac/Windows/Linux, Computer/Laptop, Google Slide/PPT/Keynote
(2 Units) Wireless Presentation Clicker for PowerPoint, Wireless Presenter Remote with Laser Pointer Slide Clickers for Mac/Windows/Linux, Computer/Laptop, Google Slide/PPT/Keynote

$1,660.64

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Specification: (2 Units) Wireless Presentation Clicker for PowerPoint, Wireless Presenter Remote with Laser Pointer Slide Clickers for Mac/Windows/Linux, Computer/Laptop, Google Slide/PPT/Keynote

Product Dimensions

0.47 x 1.69 x 1.06 inches

Item model number

WP08-R

Batteries

1 AAA batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

July 14, 2023

Manufacturer

Dongguan Baiyejia Electronic Co.,Ltd.

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8 reviews for (2 Units) Wireless Presentation Clicker for PowerPoint, Wireless Presenter Remote with Laser Pointer Slide Clickers for Mac/Windows/Linux, Computer/Laptop, Google Slide/PPT/Keynote

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  1. Grey

    I purchased the metal green laser model.

    It kind of depends on what you’re looking for in a wireless presenter. If you want remote mouse control or anything beyond just the basics of advancing slides and using a laser pointer, then this product is not for you. But if you are in the demographic that is just looking for a basic tool to advance slides, here’s why I think this might just be the best option out there (with one caveat). I will add for context that I am a teacher who has probably spent thousands of hours with a clicker in my hand as I move around the classroom so I would imagine that I speak with some experience:

    1. Connectivity. This is probably the most important factor in my mind. Many modern laptops have ditched the USB-A format in favor of exclusively USB-C (especially Apple laptops). And yet the wireless clicker industry has refused to catch up as much as you would hope. Many results on Amazon will still show you presenters with USB-A receivers. This means that if you have a USB-C style laptop the receiver will need an adapter, and unless you’re willing to constantly pop the adapter off when you’re done presenting (and potentially lose the little tiny adapter), then you’re not going to be able to store the receiver inside the presenter unit itself. This presenter comes with a receiver that has both USB-A and C and still stores inside the unit, so problem solved. The only other reasonable alternative would be to get a presenter that connects via Bluetooth, but I promise you that you don’t want to do that. When you need to present (especially as a teacher), you want your presenter to be a quick plug and play. You don’t want to have to fuss around with Bluetooth settings. Bluetooth has come a long way to be sure, but it still can’t be relied on 100% of the time in the way a plug in receiver can be. Trust me, I learned this the hard way when I tried to buy a fancy Bluetooth wireless remote/presenter with all the fancy bells and whistles. Simplicity is key.

    2. Green laser. Yes, you pay a premium for it but it’s worth it. I recognize that to some degree this is personal preference, but red lasers are harsh and unpleasant to look at. Green laser for the win.

    3. Charging. My old Logitech R800 was a workhorse, and does still function perfectly fine other than the fact that it doesn’t carry USB-C (my main motivation for seeking a new presenter). But the R800 also takes AAA batteries. This is not 2003 folks, we should be beyond the need for daily use electronics that require wasteful, disposable batteries. This presenter plugs in and charges via USB-C like a proper modern device. And while I can’t speak much to battery life that’s actually kind of a good thing since it means I’ve literally never seen it run out of battery. I present about three hours a day most days and charge it maybe once a week to ensure it never runs low. I’ve left it on by accident for days at a time and it seems to have very good standby time. Of course as with any rechargeable battery that means this thing has a limited life and might not hold up for the 10 years that my R800 has and that’s something to consider.

    4. Build quality. Metal, not cheap plastic (although parts of it are plastic). Nice dark gray with clean lines definitely meant to emulate Apple’s design aesthetic, and that’s a fine thing to emulate. It feels like a timeless and professional tool, not a cheap toy (although the receiver is definitely made of much flimsier plastic and I am worried about its long term longevity).

    5. Ergonomics. This is the only area where things fall short, but it’s not harming my rating since you have to know that this thing is not ergonomically designed when you purchase it based on the images of the device. You are undeniably sacrificing the little blob of plastic designed to fit how the hand grips if you are buying this. It’s easy enough to get used to, but you’re not going to be able to hold this thing as tightly as something like the Logitech R800, and you therefore do lose some of that psychological “the presenter is an extension of your hand” feeling that you get with an ergonomic presenter. But like I said, it’s a choice to buy this and you know what you’re getting so I’m not going to ding it much for that.

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  2. Taylor Bross

    Helps a lot while teaching. Can be a little glitchy at times but otherwise it works well

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  3. Kindle Customer

    Works great on my laptop showing PowerPoint presentations. Connections to projector require computer to be across the room from screen.

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  4. denise b.

    My second one and I love these! Great for teachers and anyone who makes presentations

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  5. Bartimus

    Great remote, feels good in the hand, easy to set up and use. I do presentations at different places and use other facilities equipment with my laptop. I found that the laser will not work/show up if you are using a large TV screen as your presentation display. The screen absorbs the light and will not show.

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  6. hulachick

    I am a specialist teacher and need to have my slides set up for back to back classes. The clicker works great with Google slides. The black screen button is helpful for when I want the students to focus on something I have to say or show outside of the slides as it appears to “turn off the screen” temporarily. Price is right. I also appreciate having the laser for pointing at elements in the slides or around the room as I reference them.

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  7. Robin

    It works so far, but I just got it. My employer changed the computers in the classroom podium, and that caused some trouble for me. The old computers had 4 obvious USB ports in the front, and were the size of a small-ish briefcase. The new computers have NO USB ports, other than the ones in the back that have stuff plugged into them, and they are the size of our blu ray player! Where to plug in the dongle? (I’m getting there, don’t worry.) I remembered seeing USB ports on the sides of the monitors, and voila! There they were! But…the dongle for this device is a teensy bit big, and it was a struggle to fit it into the port, but I managed. It took a few seconds for the device and the computer system to “talk” to each other, but they did. Teaching will be much easier now, as I can advance the power point presentation from any place in the classroom, instead of being stuck behind the computer podium.
    Now, I just got this device over the Labor Day weekend, and only tried to use it one day; I couldn’t find that USB port before class, so I just skipped it until after class. So I haven’t really used it in class, nor on a regular basis, so I don’t know how long it will last.
    It came with a battery, but it’s a cheap brand, so I will keep an extra AAA battery in my “tool” kit for when this battery dies.
    PRO: MUCH cheaper than the last two devices I got from the big chain office supply store; < $15 versus @ $40!
    CON: that dongle is a really tight fit in the USB ports.

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  8. EK

    I use it in my classroom every day. Affordable, effective. Allows me to move around. Love it.

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