Give effortless presentations right at the fingertips with a wireless presenter that comes with an integrated laser pointer and backlit buttons.
Targus Multimedia Presenter Remote is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 1 out of 5 by MacGeek from Not for Mac usersI purchased this for use with iPhoto slideshow presentations. All the literature for this product claims Mac OS compatibility, but that's only partially true. It's compatible with Mac OS if you plan on using ONLY Keynote or PowerPoint, but it will not function in any usable manner for other software titles such as iPhoto. Misleading and useless.
Date published: 2012-12-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by Forklift Guy from Does't lastPurchased Sept 2011 used about once every second week and last week the mini receiver in the USB port came apart trying to remove it from the USB port. Required pliers to get the housing out of the USB port.
Date published: 2012-11-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by kimbo from The performance of the product is irregular. Sometimes it will work and scroll thru the powerpoints and others; well it just will not. New batteries and constant on/off does not succeed. Frustrating!
Date published: 2012-06-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by OPSEC from Great device but fragileOnce I figured out the remote had two distinct functional modes, then I really liked using it. We play a lot of videos embedded in Powerpoint and I definitely like the blanking feature to help with this.However, do not drop it even once. I have two DOA after dropping them.
Date published: 2011-08-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by Arthur II from A good productIt's a good product! But i had to read the user guide online to figure out all functions of the presenter.The construction is so fragile. I've dropped it on the floor and it almost broke down.
Date published: 2011-07-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by jicima from s'alrightI have been using this product for quite a few months now.I echo many of the previous reviewer's comments.The mouse is embarrassingly slow; product feels cheap; presentations modes are very difficult to switch between.My biggest complaint is there is no manual so one is left to figure it out on their own...there is not even a manual here on the site where it says I should be able to download one. While it's true that presenters are not the most difficult things in the world to figure out, I would like to be able to troubleshoot mine when things stop working on it...like just now.
Date published: 2011-06-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by shrekminator from GreatVery easy to use, the fact that you can do so much with the use of very few buttons, makes this very simple to use. The users guide does not enough detail as to how to use this.
Date published: 2010-11-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by slidesRus from Make sure the features are exactly what you needThis product does not provide cursor control while in presentation mode. If you need that - perhaps to bring up the menu and go to a particular slide, or perhaps to use the drawing tools then you need a different presenter.The slide switch to go between mouse mode and presenter mode is difficult to use - I find it takes both hands if you don't want to drop it. This makes the limitation above difficult to overcome during a presentation.In mouse mode the cursor movement is too "slow" and tedious for my tastes. I am not aware of a way to change the settings for just this device.This seems like a competent product but I probably should have bought the AMP02. That is probably closer to the AMP01 which I have used for years. The AMP01 trackball has better cursor control than the button on this product (and doesn't feel as cheap). The AMP01 is larger and therefore fits my hand better. The AMP01 mode change button is easy to use.I bought the AMP09 in a hurry because I cannot go without a presenter and I was not aware of the AMP02. After some very odd behavior during a lecture that was apparently the result of an unusual type of battery failure - I have spent a few days testing my AMP01 and have verified that it is still operating reliably. For me this AMP09 product is inferior to the AMP01 in most respects and I look forward to going back to the AMP01.