SP400 Smart-Pointer (Silver) 2.4Ghz RF Wireless Presenter with mouse function and laser pointer for Mac and PC

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SP400 Smart-Pointer (Silver) 2.4Ghz RF Wireless Presenter

9 Review(s)  |  

Availability: In stock

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Use the Satechi SP400 remote to give professional PowerPoint or Keynote presentations without having to be tethered to the computer. Direct the audience’s attention to important points in the presentation using the red laser for effective presentations and lectures.
Color:Silver
$39.99
Use the Satechi SP400 remote to give professional PowerPoint or Keynote presentations without having to be tethered to the computer. Direct the audience’s attention to important points in the presentation using the red laser for effective presentations and lectures.

 

Easy to Use

This remote doesn’t require any driver installations or other software installations. Simply plug the USB receiver into the computer you’d like to control, then use the remote for controlling presentations, web browsing, and more.

Enhance Presentations

Advance and backtrack slides, black-out the screen to focus attention back on the presenter, and stop and resume presentations from this portable remote. Use the red laser to direct the audience’s attention to key points of the presentation.

Mouse Mode

Use the SP400 in Mouse Mode to perform left and right clicks, control mouse movement, and scroll up and down pages. Mouse Mode allows you to click links embedded in presentation slides, browse the Internet, access computer programs, and more.

Compact and Portable

Control a presentation and computer mouse up to 100 feet away, useful for large conference rooms and lecture halls. This allows you to interact with the audience rather than remaining tethered to the computer. When finished, store the remote and USB receiver in the included case so you’re ready to give a presentation anytime, anywhere.

Compatible with:

Windows 7, 8, 8.1, Vista, XP

Mac OS, MacBook OS Mavericks

Short Name:
SP400 Smart-Pointer (Silver) 2.4Ghz RF Wireless Presenter
SKU:
B000I4YGEO
UPC:
890441001793
Warranty:
1 Year
Connectivity:
USB Port
Compatibility:
Windows 7, 8, 8.1, Vista, XP, Mac OS, MacBook OS Mavericks
Product Dimensions:
Smart Pointer: 4.5" x 0.7" x 0.7"; USB Transmitter: 2.5" x 0.9" x 0.4"
Product Weight:
12.7 oz

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

9 Review(s)
J
September 8, 2015
Satisfied and back for more
The team is used to these so when one is lost of gets broken, I come back for more. This is my 3rd order.
M
April 29, 2013
Good service
I train teachers and so I bought 6 pointers for my students. They came fast and look great. I hope to buy more next May. Is there a chance I could get more than a 10% discount? Thanks.
May 14, 2012
Overall, Happy
This review is from: Satechi SP400 Smart-Pointer (Silver) 2.4Ghz RF Wireless Presenter with Mouse Function and Laser Pointer (Office Product) I'm very happy with my choice to purchase the Satechi SP400 Smart-Pointer. As one reviewer mentioned, you can hear a slight click sound when you push the buttons. But I'm not in a totally silent room, and then I'm also talking even when advancing to the next slide, so no one notices the sound. The only feature I would like added is that when you use the start presentation button on the remote when in PowerPoint, I wish that it would start the slideshow at whatever slide is highlighted in the PowerPoint outline. It always starts the presentation back at the beginning. Whereas, if you use the start slideshow button in PowerPoint, it actually starts the slideshow at the slide where the cursor is located. It would be nice to have the option to have it start/resume the presentation at the slide that was last presented or where the mouse cursor it. I have to switch from PowerPoint to other apps and back again, and can't use the remote mouse to restart my presentation because it would restart at the beginning. But I don't know if there is any remote mouse on the market that does resume/start the slideshow at the location where the mouse cursor is located. (if there is, please someone let me know which remote mouse does that). So overall, I'm very happy with the SmartPointer. It looks nice, is comfortable in my hand, installed quickly, is easy to use, and makes giving presentations so much easier.
L
May 14, 2012
slick unit to present with my macbook pro
I liked this overall product, the usb plug in and the size of the wireless presenter. Furthermore the travel case for the unit was handy. I also liked the 2 triple A batteries rather than a hard to find battery that some of the other recommended presenters require. I did note early on in my trial runs that the start button did not work for my macbook pro. It requires further programming on my mac so the f5 command from the Satechi presenter keys into the Keynote presentation for the "on" or "play" command. I followed the directions at the Satechi site and it did not fix the problem. I found some instructions in the amazon reviews. 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.
K
May 14, 2012
Works well Just Learn it
Not bad. Dig deep, learn all about plusses and minuses, and you will be on your way to giving excellent performances. There is a lot on the market to choose from, but I can tell you this product does what it says it can, and well.
F
May 14, 2012
Satechi SP400 Powerpoint Pointer
It is a great product. Was hoping the transmitter could be smaller or be attached to the main pointer so that it could be easier to carry around.
May 14, 2012
Great
ught this presenter tool to use with Hudl. So far it does everything I want it to do. Has two modes one that will control mouse and one for presentations.
May 14, 2012
Excellent tool for presentations
I am a high school teacher and I use this to present my PowerPoint notes and it works great. It is durable and portable which enables me to move around my room while presenting. I love this product!
S
May 14, 2012
Used for Prezi presentations on PC
Great sleek little remote/red laser pointer. Comes with 2 AAA batteries and a compact black case with interior pockets to hold everything. Worked instantly (plug and play) with my Dell laptop but not at all when I tried to use it on a colleague's Lenovo. His computer wouldn't "recognize" the USB in any of the ports for some reason. I typically get a "New Hardware Found/Installed" when I plug it into my laptop but this message never appeared on his. Lesson being- if you're about to give a presentation on an unfamiliar computer try out the hardware ahead of time to avoid last-minute panicking! Unfortunately it is currently impossible to use the wireless remote in the "full screen" mode of Prezi. There is a way around this! Check the Prezi forum for full "work around" instructions, but my short-hand version of it (from the Prezi site): 1. Select the presentation 2. Click "Edit Prezi" 3. Press the space bar so that you are in the "show" mode 4. Press "M" so that the toolbars will disappear (I'm not sure if this actually works..I press "M" repeatedly and nothing happens but after a while the toolbars disappear. So, I'm not sure if those toolbars would have just disappeared anyway after a given amount of time or if the "M" function actually works.) Your configuration may be different, but with my laptop, I press "down" on the remote to move forward in the path,"up" to move backwards, "left" to zoom out, "right" to zoom in. However, I have read this is not the same configuration for most people. Others usually have "left/right" to move forward/backwards and up/down for zoom in/out.

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