Looking to spruce up those PowerPoint presentations? Then have a look at this little gem! When I had a play with the Targus Wireless Presenter Mouse
, I was quickly impressed. Frequently giving PowerPoint presentations, I am always looking at ways to communicate more professionally. This beauty gives you the freedom to walk away from your computer to interact with the audience more, and yet still have the power to change between slides. On top of that, it incorporates a laser pointer for those who like to walk people through their slides more. What I thought was really cool was the option to use it as a presenter or
mouse. There is a button underneath the mouse which switches it between mouse and presenter modes. So use the presenter as a wireless mouse when using your computer, and simply flick the switch when it's time to do your stuff in front of your audience. In 'presenter' mode, the left and right mouse buttons scroll up and down between pages giving you complete control, with the scrolling bar being used to operate the laser pointer! It fits into the hand really well and is easy to conceal when presenting and has a wireless range of up to 15m for those who like to brave it away from the security of the lectern. When in 'mouse' mode there are also 'Escape' and 'Alt Tab' short key buttons for added convenience. Also being plug and play, you just need to plug it into a free USB port and you're ready for action. I know I will be purchasing one of these little beauties very soon, as it will hopefully help me to appear more professional when delivering my presentations.Features of the Targus Wireless Presenter Mouse:
Portable 2.4GHz presenter:
Page up, page down between presentation slides, or use the laser pointer to call attention to graphics or other items on the screenOptical wireless mouse:
Optical technology with a wireless radius up to 15mPower management features:
Compact integrated receiver/charger base for recharging, and on/off switch to preserve battery life.Order your Targus Wireless Presenter Mouse at Mr.Gadget Australia today.