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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
222 of 226 people found the following review helpful.
All buttons work perfectly on MAC (Keynote and Microsoft PowerPoint)
I use MAC OS X, Snow Leopard 10.6.6. By default , all buttons worked correctly on Microsoft Powerpoint and Keynote except the Play button (start button) which didn't work on Keynote.
To fix this, you need to open System Preferences, select the Keyboard & Mouse panel, and then select the Keyboard Shortcuts tab. Click the Plus button to assign a new shortcut and a new panel appears. Add Keynote as the application (you'll have to scroll to the bottom of the list, select Other... and then find where Keynote is installed). In the Menu Title section, type "Play Slideshow" and then assign this to the keyboard shortcut of F5. When you then restart Keynote, you can click on the View menu and you will see that "Play slideshow" is now linked to the F5 shortcut (instead of the default Command-Option-P).
Now all the buttons of Logitech Professional Presenter R800 ( I think also R400), work perfectly and without any problem on Keynote too. Hence, this presenter device will completely work on MAC OS X, if you apply the above trick.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
Great presenter but beware Mac users, some tweaking required
By Stella Thomas
I bought the Logitech R800 to accompany me in my presentations which are an integral part of my professional life.
The good: highly visible pointer, great grip, has all the buttons you need (pointer, start, up-down pages/slides, blank screen, and has also a timer), comes with a thin net-looking protection sleeve.
The "could be better": if you need a harder protecting case I recommend the Hermitshell for Logitech Professional R800.
The not so good :-(. Although not a reason to not buy it altogether, this pointer is designed for Windows and requires some twitching for the Mac OS and the MacBook Pro 2016+. The problem with the remote is related to 2 of the 4 buttons on the remote not working as Keynote expects. After plugging in the USB antenna into your laptop and pressing the buttons on the remote, Keynote interprets the 2 lower buttons differently that expected. The button on the lower left should “Play Slideshow” and the one on the right should “blank” the screen (the equivalent of pressing the letter B on the keyboard in Keynote). However, the “button” signal sent from the presenter to the USB antenna is not what Keynote expects. That creates the problem. To fix the first button: On you computer, go to System Preferences (under the ï£¿) and select Keyboard, Application Shortcuts and Keyboard Shortcuts and click the + button. Find Keynote and type After selecting Keynote, “Play Slideshow” (Capitalization matters.) This is the menu item you will be giving the F5 shortcut to for the Play Slideshow button. To fix the "blank Screen button" you need a little more tweaking: You need to create a new keyboard map with Ukelele (free application you can download online), then remap the ¨.¨ to the letter ¨b¨ in a new keyboard layout you will use for your presentations only. Once your presentation is over you can switch back to your common qwerty or qaerty keyboard.
The last thing to consider is that the presenter Antenna has a USB connector and you will need a USB-C adaptor if you, like me, have a New MacBook Pro 2015+
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
The rest of the functions are great..
I purchased this specifically to have a pointer that worked on an LCD Monitor. Some reviewers noted that the pointer worked, but was slightly dimmer on the screen. I found that it works very well from directly in front of the screen. If the pointer is used from +/- about 15 degrees to the side, the pointer quickly decreases in visibility and is completely lost by ~30 degrees from straight on. Even when projecting the pointer from straight on, people sitting at ~30 degrees to the side of the screen cannot see the pointer. The range of capability this causes makes it unusable for any monitor other than one used in a very small room with a tight proximity to the screen. The rest of the functions are great...but do not purchase this product for the purpose of using it to direct attention to an LDC Monitor using the pointer.