Using a presentation can be a great way to effectively use your PowerPoint presentation and show the contents of a speech in a somewhat controlled way so that you don’t have to stay near the computer all the time. This way, you can focus on really delivering the message and connecting with your audience.
So, how much does a presentation remote cost? The price range for a presentation remotes varies from 10 USD to 70 of dollars. If you are looking for a good and reliable presentation remote, you can count on and which can be used for small events – or practicing your speech – see these remotes here.
Here are some good, affordable remotes that I have used and therefore can recommend:
- Logitech Professional Presenter R800
- Kensington Expert Wireless Presenter with Green Laser Pointer and Cursor Control
- Kensington Wireless Presenter with Red Laser Pointer
Logitech Professional Presenter R800
This remote has a green laser pointer which is fairly easy to see even on a screen in a brightly lit room. The range of the remote is up to 100-feet and it easy very easy to use. It works well with Windows and Mac OS X. It is very comfortable to hold and easy to use and therefore currently it has earned remarkable 4.2 out of 5-star rating.
Kensington Expert Wireless Presenter with Green Laser Pointer and Cursor Control
This powerful remote has a green laser pointer which is 10X brighter than standard red pointers. Cursor acts like a joystick and lets you use this presenter as a mouse. It’s not something I use frequently, but it’s nice to have occasionally.
Also, using this remote, you can black out (or activate) a screen if needed. Wireless range of this remote is up to 150-feet, and it is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X. Currently, it has earned 4.1 out of 5 stars from the users of this laser pointer.
Kensington Wireless Presenter with Red Laser Pointer
This wireless presenter remote is very compact, has an ergonomic design and easy fingertip control, and a bright, easy-to-see laser pointer. The wireless 2.4GHz range of this remote is up to 60 feet. It is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X. Just connect the USB without any need to install drivers or go through difficult set-up wizards.
Since this remote is “plug-and-play” for both PC and Mac it has earned 4.3 out of 5 stars from the users.