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Keyspan by Tripp Lite PR-PRO3 Presentation Remote Pro Wireless w Laser, Mouse, Audio Controls

Keyspan by Tripp Lite PR-PRO3 Presentation Remote Pro Wireless w Laser, Mouse, Audio Controls

Keyspan by Tripp Lite PR-PRO3 Presentation Remote Pro Wireless w Laser, Mouse, Audio Controls

  • Wireless presentation remote designed for PowerPoint, Keynote? and other presentation programs that use PowerPoint keystrokes
  • No software to install?simply plug the receiver into a computer and the remote is ready to use in seconds
  • Advanced controls plus two-button mouse capabilities and brilliant laser pointer put you in complete charge of your presentation
  • 100-foot range gives you freedom to roam; remote even works through walls and furniture
  • Powered by two standard AAA batteries (included)

The Perfect Tool for Presenters and Educators! The Pro Presenter frees you from your keyboard during a presentation or lecture. With RF, laser, mouse and audio controls in one sleek remote, it is an ideal tool for presenters and lecturers. Offering a range of more than 100 feet the Pro Presenter covers large meeting rooms and lecture halls — far outdistancing other remotes in its price range. There is no software to install. just plug the receiver into the USB port on your PC or Mac and it work

List Price: $ 100.00

Price: $ 56.75

This video will show you one way to use the Lesson activity in Moodle to upload a PowerPoint demo of your materials
Video Rating: 5 / 5

8 thoughts on “Keyspan by Tripp Lite PR-PRO3 Presentation Remote Pro Wireless w Laser, Mouse, Audio Controls

  1. Tim E Robertson "Publisher MyMac"
    45 of 47 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Donny Yankellow’s MyMac.com Review, October 3, 2007
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    Tim E Robertson “Publisher MyMac” (Battle Creek, Mi United States) –
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    This review is from: Keyspan by Tripp Lite PR-PRO3 Presentation Remote Pro Wireless w Laser, Mouse, Audio Controls (Office Product)

    Do you need a remote for controlling slide shows and other presentations on your Mac, but you don’t have a newer Mac that came with an Apple remote? Do you have an Apple remote for your computer, but it doesn’t have enough features for your needs? If you answered yes to either of these questions, the Keyspan Presentation Remote Pro might be what you are looking for.

    The Presentation Remote Pro is packed full of features. The most important feature being that it will control your presentations. It controls Powerpoint presentations, Keynote presentation, iPhoto slideshows, Quicktime slideshows, and it even controls switching tracks in iTunes (I had to try, and it worked!). In addition to controlling the visual part of the presentation, it also has volume control buttons to remotely control the audio part of your presentation.

    For those who want to point out details on a presentation from a distance, it has a laser pointer. You can even black out the screen with the push of one button on the remote.

    Those features alone would make this a great presentation remote. However, the remote is also a mouse (in a matter of speaking)! The top of the remote has two buttons that coincide with the left and right buttons on a mouse. There is also a mouse button, similar to those on some laptops, that will control your pointer on the screen. On the side of the unit is another button that acts like a scroll wheel. Using the remote to control the mouse was actually easier than I expected.

    As far as performance, the remote is fantastic. It works from 100 feet away, and I had no problems in my tests. The remote performed without delay, and always did what I expected.

    Set up is also easy. The remote consists of two parts: the remote itself and the receiver. The receiver looks like a small USB thumbdrive, and plugs into the USB port. There are no drivers needed. It is plug and play. If the remote and the receiver are not talking to each other, there is an easy method for reconnecting. The remote runs on two AAA batteries (included), and the receiver is powered by the computer. An on/off switch helps conserve battery life (assuming you remember to turn it off).

    My favorite part about the remote is that I don’t have to worry about losing the receiver. When not in use, the USB receiver slides into the remote itself, where it locks into place (springloaded).

    With all of these features, the Keyspan Presentation Remote is well worth the $79 price. It is compatible with OSX, Windows computers, and even OS 9. Some features will be disabled due to the operating system you use.

    It is always nice to try out a product that does what it says it is going to do, and it does it well.

    MyMac.com rating 5 out of 5
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  2. Mac Guru
    33 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Remote! Tip for Mac/Keynote Users, July 2, 2008
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    Mac Guru (Michigan, USA) –

    This review is from: Keyspan by Tripp Lite PR-PRO3 Presentation Remote Pro Wireless w Laser, Mouse, Audio Controls (Office Product)

    This remote has been outstanding. Great range…super simple to use…great size.

    Here is a tip for Keynote users on the Mac. The remote is set up with non-programmable buttons, so the F5 button (designed for PowerPoint) doesn’t work for starting your Keynote presentations…but it can. The trick is to change the keyboard shortcut in Keynote for Play Slideshow from cmd-option-P to F5. On Mac OS X v10.4+ you can go to System Preferences > Keyboard & Mouse and then the Keyboard Shortcuts tab. Click on the + icon to add a new shortcut. Choose Keynote as the application*, ‘Play Slideshow’ as the Menu Title, and then when you get to the Keyboard Shortcut box, hit the F5 button on the remote and it should insert F5 in the box (making sure, of course, that the USB receiver is plugged in to your Mac). Click on Add and you’re all set. The next time you launch Keynote the new mapping will be in effect and you can now use the F5 button on the remote to start your slideshow. Hold down the F5 button for about 7 seconds to send ESCAPE, thus exiting the running slidehow.

    Fantastic!

    *Keynote may not show up in the pop-up list of applications because it is inside the iWork 06 or iWork 08 folder inside the Applications folder. To find it, just scroll to the bottom of the pop-up list and choose Other… You can then navigate to /Applications/iWork 08/Keynote to select it.

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  3. D. Diskin
    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pretty Darned Good!, November 4, 2007
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    D. Diskin (California, USA) –
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    This review is from: Keyspan by Tripp Lite PR-PRO3 Presentation Remote Pro Wireless w Laser, Mouse, Audio Controls (Office Product)

    I’m fairly happy with this nice little product. The price was great, too. I’ve used for about two weeks now, and on a variety of computers. Every time, without fail, it starts right up without needing drivers or administrative access. It only takes about 5 seconds, and doesn’t even prompt me.

    The response on the mouse control stick is good, but very sensitive. If you are using it to press buttons or manipulate pull-down menus, you better have good thumb-eye coordination.

    The remote control works fairly far away… at least 20 feet so far, and probably farther. I haven’t had any issues with that thus far.

    The on/off switch on the side is a nice touch, as is the bright laser pointer. And I really like how the USB dongle slides into the controller when you travel.

    In all, this is a great product and does exactly what it’s supposed to d in a very good way. And the price could not be beat.

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  4. ar4tube

    This also takes care of copyright issues if the PPTs would have been from the publisher and used in the Moodle

  5. brunoberto3

    You save my life. Thank u very much for the tip. Do u know how can I upload flash presentations?

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