This wireless presentation remote lets you engage your audience, draw their attention and control your presentation. It's ideal for presenting in large lecture halls, or conference centers.
Draw Your Audience's Attention
With a built-in green laser pointer, the presentation remote lets you guide your audience's attention to critical information in your content. It's perfect for PowerPoint presentations, websites or any other documents you want to share.
The green laser works on surfaces where red lasers won't display. It appears nicely on bright projector or LCD/LED HD screens.
Engage Your Audience
The presentation clicker features a wireless range of 90 ft. (27 m). It gives you control of what's on the screen throughout the room, and the freedom to move around and present as if you were at your computer.
Navigate through your slides
Black out the screen to focus your audience's attention solely on you or something else in the room
Control the volume of a video
Present from Anywhere
The remote features a sleek, ergonomic design and includes the required batteries along with a protective carrying case, for total portability. You can store the wireless receiver inside the presentation remote when you're not using it and the remote will automatically power off.
The USB receiver works with virtually any Mac or Windows computer. Simply plug the receiver into your laptop and you're ready to present.
The PRESREMOTEG is backed by a 2-year StarTech.com warranty and free lifetime technical support.
- Present from anywhere, the remote comes with a carrying case and fits nicely inside a laptop bag
- Easily control your presentation with intuitive push-button operation and no additional software or drivers required
- Engage your audience, move around the room, with a wireless range of up to 90 ft. (27 m)
- The vibrant green colored laser produces a higher visibility on projectors and LCD/LED HD screens than traditional red colored pointers
- Draw your audience's attention to specific on-screen content, using the built-in laser pointer