Can you imagine watching TV without a remote control to change the channel? Neither can we. So why would you try to deliver a presentation to an audience while tethered to a mouse or keyboard to change the slides? It doesn’t make any sense, does it? Well, it doesn’t have to be that way.
Bring your computer presentations out of the technology dark ages with CrystalGraphics’ latest offering: the brand new RemotePoint Navigator 2.4. It's a cool new wireless remote control that empowers you to control the key aspects of your presentation with just a press of a button — from practically anywhere!
The RemotePoint Navigator 2.4 is designed to fit discretely in the palm of your hand. The handsome, polished metal, icon-studded control keys support the following commands: Slide Forward, Slide Back, Slide Hide and a built-in LASER pointer. With up to 50 feet of wireless range, RemotePoint Navigator has no line-of-sight issues--allowing you to focus on your audience, not your slides.
The result: confidence, credibility and the peace of mind that comes knowing that every slide will advance reliably, the moment you command it to, no matter where you choose to sit or stand!
You’ll also be glad to know that the RemotePoint Navigator has been fully tested to assure smooth functioning with PowerPoint as well as CrystalGraphics' award winning PowerPlugs line of PowerPoint add-ons.
The RemotePoint Navigator also comes with a 30 day money back guarantee: If you're not completely impressed with it, just send it back within 30 days, in like-new condition for a full refund (less S&H), no questions asked.
Wireless PowerPoint remote
• 50 feet range (using RF technology)
• Works in any direction
• Integrated LASER pointer
• Plug and play
• 30-day money back guarantee
• PowerPoint & PowerPlugs compatible
• Approved for use worldwide
What's included ?
• RemotePoint Navigator
• USB Receiver
• Carrying Case • USB Extension Cable
• 2 AAA Batteries
• Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
• USB Capability (Universal Serial Bus)
• PowerPoint 97 through 2003
• Approved for use throughout Europe, Asia and worldwide.