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Logitech Professional Presenter R800 gives you powerful control for high-impact presentations. The brilliant green laser pointer is easy to see, even on flat panel displays, projection screens, and in brightly lit rooms. Manage your time with silent, vibrating alerts and controls that are easy to set and adjust. Move about for greater impact, with a range of up to 100 feet (30 meters) you can cover every corner of the room. Navigate through your presentation with confidence thanks to intuitive slideshow controls you can find easily by touch. A storable plug-and-play wireless receiver makes it simple to get started—there’s no software to install. And when you’re through, the receiver stores inside the presenter to make packing up easy.
From the Manufacturer
The Logitech Professional Presenter R800, with a brilliant green laser pointer, puts you in complete control of your presentation and makes it easy to direct your audience's attention to specific information from across the room - even on flat panel displays and in brightly lit rooms. To keep you focused on the crowd and not the clock, the Professional Presenter R800 provides an easy-to-set timer with silent, vibrating alerts. When you're moving around the room to engage your audience, at a range of up to 100 feet (30 meters), a reception - level indicator on the LCD keeps you from wandering too far. The intuitive slideshow controls help you find buttons easily by touch, and the compact design allows you to take it with you wherever you go. Plus the contoured shape feels great in your hand, so you'll be comfortable and confident that your presentations will make a lasting impression with your audience.
Grab the Logitech Professional Presenter R800 and grab hold of your audience
Your slideshow presentation is ready. The room is full. And with your wireless Logitech Professional R800 Presenter in hand, you're set to grab hold of your audience. Aim the laser pointer at the screen and everyone sees your point. The brilliant green laser light is strong enough to be seen clearly, even across a large conference hall. Move smoothly and confidently from slide to slide with intuitive one-touch controls. Focus on your presentation, instead of the clock, with an easy-to-set timer and vibrating alerts to help you manage your time. And with no wires or cables, there's nothing to hold you back from moving around and working the room. Whether you're making a sales presentation in a hotel ballroom or giving a professional lecture in a 2,000-seat auditorium, you'll get and keep their attention from first slide to last.
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Brilliant green laser pointer makes it easy to see your point
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LCD display with timer lets you focus on the presentation, not the clock
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Up to 100-foot wireless range gives you more freedom to move around the room
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Intuitive one-touch controls for simple, smooth slideshow navigation
Storable wireless receiver—plug, play and go
Which Presenter Is Right For You?
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|Laser Pointer||Green: |
so you see the pointer even on plasma/LCD screens and in brightly-lit rooms
|Wireless Technology||2.4 GHz||2.4 GHz|
|Range||100 ft. (30 m.)||50 ft. (15 m.)|
|Flexible Countdown Timer|
|Silent Vibration Alarms|
|Radio Signal Strength Indicator |
(lets you see if you're about to move out of range)
|Black Screen On/Off Button|
|Presentation Start/Stop Button|
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Most helpful customer reviews
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
I was using the kensington remote previously and it worked great for a long time but then I lost it
I bought this for use with my 2008 Macbook Pro, which runs Os X Yosemite. I use it for PPT and Keynote and I have had no issues with it. I originally got it from office depot and found it cheaper here on Amazon so I returned it as office depot. I was using the kensington remote previously and it worked great for a long time but then I lost it. I purchased that back in 2010. Well I got another one and it didn't perform so well. I returned it for another and that one didn't do good either. It said 50 feet and was giving me more like 8-10ft. I saw this clicker for a long time and decided to go for it and it has been the best clicker. I really like the timer and I used frequently but I wish it would start from zero and just keep counting. You have to program a time into it and then it counts down and I don't like that feature. It buzzes in your hands when you have gone past your program time. The green lazer really shows up nice on the screen so your audience can see it. The red lazer on the Kensington never really could be seen on the screen. Some people said they had problems on their Mac with the R800 but for me on Yosemite it has been really nice and I stand about 50 ft away and it does the job really well.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
Nice but limited functions and failed early
By The Travel Insider
This is a nice enough device, but it failed prematurely after very little use, and has some limited functions compared to other products at comparable prices.
Plus = green laser. Do NOT get red lasers. They are just not nearly bright enough. The green laser is much brighter, but still a bit of a struggle to be adequate.
Minus = no cursor controls and no ability to tab around within a slide. Other units have this and depending on the nature of your presentations, it is sometimes really handy to have.
The unit is comfortable to hold, and unlike others, I had no problem with button locations, but its early failure and lack of advanced controls see its score drop, particularly in view of its premium price.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
Nice little unit, timer isn't worth the "upgrade" price from cheaper model!
By Monica Main
I've had this for 3 years now and have used it in several workshops and seminars I put on since then. This device fits nicely in my hand and it's proven to be reliable all these years. A couple things I dislike: (1) Sometimes I find myself having to click twice to make the next slide turn, even being within a range of only 10 feet from my laptop. This happens about 10% of the time where I have to "double click" to make it work. (2) The timer "upgrade" really isn't worth it. Even though there is supposedly a "pause" button after you set the timer, I've found that it just starts going way before I'm ready for my next set. I pride myself in having a "prepared" personality so I'll tend to attempt to set the timer for my next presentation about 5 - 10 minutes before I know I have to start speaking. Since I have someone with video, I have to start speaking when he is ready. I've never been able to figure out how to set the timer, pause it, and then start it when I start talking. I've tried everything so either I'm really a dim-wit or the unit I have is defective. I've even had my tech guy look at it and he can't get it to work right. Once you set the timer, it just starts counting down right away. The last thing I want to do is start fiddling around with setting a new time (which takes a little while) the moment I'm supposed to start speaking. So, for the "upgrade" price to this model from the cheaper Logitech one, I'd say go with the cheaper model that doesn't have the timer since it's really not worth it. The other thing: since this unit is "built to last," make sure you change out the batteries at least once a year or take them out between use. If the batteries get corroded or explode, it will ruin this unit. That almost happened to me and I was able to clean out the corrosion and, luckily, place new batteries in the unit that actually worked.