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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: 454 g
  • Item model number: K72336US
  • ASIN: B002E3AI0I
  • Date first available at June 22 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #65,202 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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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).

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Here's everything you need to give a great presentation-right down to the presentation itself. With 1 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.

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By Michael MacDonald on Jan. 7 2013
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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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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful
Exactly what I hoped for Aug. 26 2009
By Trevor Burnham - Published on
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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.
42 of 44 people found the following review helpful
Good: Simple, elegant, ergonomic....Bad: Price Aug. 31 2009
By Soar - Published on
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I love well designed products that have a clear functional target and meet it. This item does that. It is so hard sometimes for designers and marketers to keep from throwing extras that end up cluttering up the usefulness of something. This presentation tool is simple, elegant, and does what it needs to do very well.

Simple: When I am walking a group through a presentation, the last thing I want is to fumble finger some complicated remote. I've got my mind on a million other things and want SIMPLE technology that WORKS. From trying this with my laptop, the install was simple (plug in the USB receiver), the response is quick, and the buttons are obvious (other than the button that looks like a stop which is actually a black screen, but use this once and you got it). Simple.

Elegant: Each piece of functional design on this device is well done. Having on-board memory with the USB receiver is smart thinking. Storing the receiver in the device and at the same time, using that as a means to toggle the device on and off is clean, well thought out design. The tactile feel and heft just feels good.

Ergonomic: 4 buttons, each with a solid use to a presenter: forward, back, laser, and screen blank is all that is needed and is all that is present. Nice. As someone who does loads of presentations, that's all you need until you get into the realm of an air mouse Logitech MX Air Rechargeable Cordless Air Mouse). I have large hands and don't want something the size of a car remote, this device feels comfortable in my hands without being too large and clunky.

The Bad:
So, why the 3 stars? There is just no getting around the price of this item. At the time of the review, the price is way too high. Price it around $35 (less than half the current price) and many people would be looking at this. A few more dollars over the current price and you have an air mouse, much more functionality. Heck, you can get a Kensington mouse with similar wireless functionality for presentations (no memory though) that is less than half the price... Kensington SlimBlade Presenter Mouse, Wireless Mouse and Presenter in One (Ice Blue) K72283US. Oh, and the manual is just horrible. Trying to put all the languages after each other is so bad, confusing, and useless that I am astounded that anyone at Kensington agreed to print it. Thankfully the manual is not a reflection of their product.

So, while I would like to shake the hands of the design team, either they put way too expensive components in this device or the pricing team for Kensington bumped their heads one too many times. No way does the current price point make sense.

- simple, easy to use functionality that works
- well thought out design
- great heft and feel to it
- USB memory is nice

- laser is ok, but would be GREAT if it were the green ones out now

- price
- terrible manual
- price
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Good little remote control for your Windows Powerpoint Presentations Aug. 26 2009
By The Music Man - Published on
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When I received the Kensington Wireless Presenter, I was hoping it would help me with my Powerpoint Presentations which I give to my students. I'm an elementary school librarian, and often have to sit desk-bound behind the children while they watch the screen and instruct them while they are facing away from me. This "wireless presenter" (which is simply a combined remote control/laser pointer) is very handy in allowing me to stand in front of the children, by the screen and point and click my way through Powerpoint presentations without having to stand by the computer. Simply load the presentation onto the flash-drive which is included, start the presentation from the flash-drive, and then direct it forward or back using the remote. The cost for this presenter is the sticking point, $75 - my computer specialist here at school bought several wireless mouses (with laser pointers) for teachers at her other school for a mere $45, and it not only could do everything this remote could do, it also was a mouse for the computer. Cheaper, and more useful all around. The instructions included are next to useless (in eleven different languages!) but it's a simple device, and even computer novices should have little trouble in figuring it out.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Should have been a 5 Star Sept. 20 2011
By Mfige - Published on
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When I first got the presenter it was great. Then the day I needed it for a presentation (after testing it the day before), it stopped working. Called Kensington to have them send a replacement. After waiting over a month, the new one arrived and was DOA. Called again to have it replaced and never received the replacement. Just called back after waiting 2 months and they send they will send another one. Last Kensington product I'll ever purchase.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Love the design but it doesn't work Feb. 29 2012
By scavenge - Published on
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We use the older version of this (with 1GB usb memory stick/receiver) at work and it is mostly very good. Occasionally the older model fails to register a click but not often. This model for some reason barely works at all, maybe 3 out of 5 clicks register if you're lucky and only if you're within 5 feet of the receiver. The older version works fine on the same machine. I sent mine back and will try a different manufacturer. All in all a shame because I love the form factor of this remote, simple clean effective design ... if only it actually worked.

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