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Kensington K72336US Wireless Presenter with Laser Pointer and 2 GB Built-in Memory (Black)


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  • Built-in laser pointer helps you highlight key points
  • 2.4 GHz wireless receiver for long-range use up to 30 Feet
  • 2GB built-in memory allows you to store your presentations
  • USB wireless receiver stores inside the pointer
  • Low-battery indicator
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 15.5 x 22.6 cm ; 159 g
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Item model number: K72336US
  • ASIN: B002E3AI0I
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: June 22 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #105,991 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

Amazon.ca Product Description

Here's everything you need to give a great presentation-right down to the presentation itself. With 2 GB of built-in memory, the Kensington Wireless Presenter with Laser Pointer and Memory can store hundreds of presentations. And it feels great in the palm of your hand. Easy-to-use 4-button controls and plug and play operation, so you're always ready to present clearly and professionally. Operates on 2 AAA batteries (included with purchase).

From the Manufacturer

Idea: Finally, A Presenter that Stores Your Presentations

Here's everything you need to give a great presentation-right down to the presentation itself. With 2 GB* of built-in memory, the Kensington Wireless Presenter with Laser Pointer and Memory can store hundreds of presentations. And it feels great in the palm of your hand. Easy-to-use 4-button controls and plug and play operation, so you're always ready to present clearly and professionally. Operates on 2 AAA batteries (included with purchase).

  • Easy-to-use 4-button controls
    1. Laser Pointer
    2. Forward
    3. Back
    4. Blank Screen
  • Control your presentations from up to 30ft away
  • 2.4 GHz wireless receiver with 2GB built-in memory to store your presentation
  • Laser pointer helps you highlight key points
  • Designed to fit comfortably in the palm of your hand

*1 billion bytes pre-formatted. Usable capacity varies

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2GB Memory
2GB
Laser Pointer Green Red Red Green
Easy 4 Button Controls
Storable USB Receiver
Reliable 2.4GHz Wireless
Plug-n-Play
Low Battery Indicator
Range Up to 150 feet Up to 50 feet Up to 65 feet Up to 65 feet Up to 150 feet
PC and Mac Compatible
Warranty 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years 2 years

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By Michael MacDonald on Jan. 7 2013
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Practical.
Necessary.
It works.

All in all - a worthwhile purchase. The "memory storage" is a nice and handy feature as well.
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By Earl01 on Nov. 2 2011
I have recieved the product within 2 days and I was very happy for the service and it wirks fine.
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155 of 161 people found the following review helpful
Better than before Nov. 22 2006
By reviewer81054 - Published on Amazon.com
Style Name: Wireless Presenter with Laser Pointer
I've used both this version and the previous version of this device and have found a few significant changes.

First, the laser button also puts Powerpoint into presentation mode, a feature absent on the previous model. However, rather than presenting the current screen in presentation mode, it goes to the first page of the presentation. I could see this being a disadvantage if you want to use your laser pointer while being in the normal view mode. However, others had previous complained that there was not a way of automatically going back into presentation mode if you accidentally exit out of presentation when you're on the last slide -- something that this feature really doesn't fix.

The USB transmitter that plugs into the computer is nearly half the size in the new version, which is nice, given the bulky size of the previous version.

The device now runs on AAA batteries instead of a smaller, disc-type battery. This is nice, since you had to go to a store to pick up replacement batteries for the old version.

The new device is also slightly heavier, but not significantly so.

Otherwise, the device seems the same (color, texture are slightly different)
125 of 132 people found the following review helpful
Powerpoint only! Jan. 17 2008
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Style Name: Wireless Presenter with Laser Pointer Verified Purchase
I love the Kensington presenters. The best aspect of them is the simplicity. If I am running a conference, I can just hand it to speakers (academics mainly) and they can use it right away. So having a new version taking AA batteries was very exciting. It's not that the old disk batteries were that bad: I just never had a small screwdriver to get to them!

This new version has some improvements: the USB thingy now stays in its holder better, so it doesn't fall out in my backpack. The overall feel of the presenter is good. But I need to find a small screwdriver, put in a new disk battery, go back to my old presenter and give this one to someone else. As others have noted, pushing the laser has the side effect of sending an F5 to the system. No problem if in powerpoint, but for any other program, this leads to all sorts of weird behavior. For instance, when I switch from powerpoint to illustrate something in Excel and press the laser, up pops a "Go to" window. Confusing and annoying to all concerned.

The advantage of being able to start a powerpoint presentation (which is what F5 does in powerpoint) is vastly outweighed by the inability to use the laser pointer with any other software.
96 of 100 people found the following review helpful
Comparison of several presenters Aug. 6 2007
By kc - Published on Amazon.com
Style Name: Wireless Presenter with Laser Pointer Verified Purchase
I've compared about 5 or 6 presenters in actual use for a corporate application. All work well and get the job done. This one worked flawlessly -- plugs in, recognized by pc, and buttons are working immediately. The functionality is limited to 4 buttons though and a laser, which is fine for basic needs. If that's all you need (forward, back, stop, laser), then this is a good choice. I prefer the Logitech for the added convenience of having a volume control and timer, but if those features aren't important, this is an equally good unit.
58 of 59 people found the following review helpful
Exactly what I hoped for Aug. 26 2009
By Trevor Burnham - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product
I own a Kensington 33374, the predecessor to this product and one of the most popular wireless presenters on Amazon. As I wrote in my 4-star review of that device back in March of this year: "One way that Kensington could make their next model more useful would be for the USB adapter to double as a thumbdrive. Since you'll be plugging it into the host computer anyway, why not put your presentation on it?"

My prayers were answered.

This model is practically identical to its predecessor; why mess with a good design? (The 33374 currently has 152 customer reviews averaging 4.5 stars.) It lacks the heft, chrome and fancy features of high-end presenter models--there are no programmable buttons, no mousing capability--but has all of the basics down pat: Just plug the tiny USB dongle into the computer you want to use (there are no drivers needed on any recent version of Windows or Mac OS X), then use the left and right arrows to flip from slide to slide and the top arrow to point a bright red laser point. (The lower button toggles blackout mode in PowerPoint, which is nice if you want to focus your audience's attention on something other than the slides for a moment.) It's simple, comfortable--and now it has 1GB of storage, enough for hundreds of ordinary PowerPoint presentations. The design is also slightly improved by replacing the distracting flash of metal around the controls with a high-contrast black color.

Any downsides? The price point is significantly higher, so you should think about whether the convenience of the built-in memory is worth it. One of the great features of the device is that the USB dongle slides right in when it's not in use. Some people keep a USB thumbdrive on them at all times. If you do, and if the computers you're going to be presenting on are sure to have 2 open USB ports, then you could save yourself a few bucks with the older model. But if you enjoy having everything in one single, simple package, then the premium is well worth it.
77 of 80 people found the following review helpful
Mac compatability Oct. 26 2008
By A. Brewer - Published on Amazon.com
Style Name: Wireless Presenter with Laser Pointer
I bought this item on Amazon several months ago (as an awesome lightning deal nonetheless) and I've been able to use it and test it. I own and primarily use a MacBook Pro (now 1 generation old) running OS X 10.5 Leopard so my main concern in purchasing this item was its compatibility with the Mac OS and IWork '08 version of PowerPoint (namely Keynote). I am happy to say that the item seems to function without any trouble with Keynote! For various reasons, I also run Microsoft Office 2008 Mac - and I'm happy to report that the device also functions with Powerpoint. Perhaps the best thing of all with this wireless presenter is that there is no software to install. Note to Mac users - when you put the receiver into the USB port OS X will prompt you with a wizard thinking that the receiver is actually a keyboard - just close the dialog, no harm no foul. Overall, a great buy, highly recommended!