Kensington Wireless Presenter
Kensington Wireless Presenter
The Kensington Wireless Presenter keeps you in control of your presentation. Conveniently portable and easy-to-use, it frees you from distraction and allows you to focus on what matters most. The 2.4GHz of wireless technology helps you forget about wires and cords, while the palm-sized design offers the ease of a one-touch start button.
- 2.4GHz wireless technology for worry-free roaming
- Control from anywhere in the room—up to 60 feet away
- Convenient stowing of wireless receiver inside controller body
- Intuitive 4-button design featuring one-touch start
- Fingertip control for true ease of use
- Ergonomic design that fits comfortably into the palm
- Plug and play simplicity without need for set up
- Rubberized texture for comfortable, secure grip and touch
What's in the Box?
- Kensington wireless presenter
- USB wireless receiver
- Other Features: Wireless
- Connections: USB
- Height: 2.09 in./5.3 cm
- Width: 3.07 in./7.8 cm
- Weight: 16.9 oz./479.0 g
- Length: 3.07 in./7.8 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: KCA-100
- UPC or EAN No.: 85896333739
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: One year (For details, please visit www.us.kensington.com/html/1368.html#oneyear.)
Ratings & Reviews
OK for simple talks
The presenter works fine if you have a simple talk. But I consistently encounter two problems when I use the presenter. First it The presenter works fine if you have a simple talk. But I consistently encounter two problems when I use the presenter. First it does not function as a 'plug and play' device on my computer (Macbook Pro, OSX 10.4.11). I always have to reboot after I plug in the presenter. The second problem is that I use short movies in my powerpoint talks, and I have them inserted in the slides so that they play after I click on them. But my mouse trackpad became inoperative when the presenter was plugged in so I had to unplug the presenter, show the movie, plug in the presenter and then reboot the computer.
I guess the computer thinks the presenter is a mouse and I have my trackpad configured to go offline when a USB mouse is plugged in. So I have to change these preferences beforehand so that I can show the videos the way I prefer. In the end the experience is not at all seamless.
In defense of the presenter it does move the slides forwards and back and has a nice range. …
- Written by Stephen N from Davis
214 of 261 people found this useful
Only does one thing - but SO WELL!!!
All it does is to move ahead or back in a slide show -- whether from PowerPoint, Keynote, or out of Adobe Bridge. Oh yah, it'll bl All it does is to move ahead or back in a slide show -- whether from PowerPoint, Keynote, or out of Adobe Bridge. Oh yah, it'll blank the screen, that is make it dark, if you want.
I can only praise a product that, these days, doesn't do it 'ALL'! Thank you Kensington. I can't wait to use it in my next photo lecture.
Are six or seven stars possible? It also did what it does out of the box, no prodding nor coaxing. And at least thirty feet away, through a masonry wall to boot. …
- Written by Bob T from Redwood City
167 of 216 people found this useful
Have to Get This
I don't know why I didn't get this little gadget sooner. Being a college professor I give many presentations. I just got the Kensi I don't know why I didn't get this little gadget sooner. Being a college professor I give many presentations. I just got the Kensington Wireless Presenter and it truly is plug and play. So much so that this pretty much sums up the instructions that come with it. I took it out of the packaging, put the batteries in the remote, plugged the receiver into a USB port on my laptop (Powerbook G4 Aluminum), connected my laptop to a projector, and away I went. The remote works flawlessly. Most impressive it that performance matches claims made by Kensington and other reviewers. If you give presentations for your livelihood and feel shackled to your hardware, buy this! You will enjoy your newfound freedom. …
- Written by Rick I from Rochester
144 of 192 people found this useful
Only works with Keynote
If you use MS PPT for your presentations don't get any Kensington presenter. They only work with Keynote on the Mac OS.
- Written by Charles H from Oregon
11 of 12 people found this useful
Does not have a laser pointer and no where its mentioned that.. I guess they wont say what they dont support.. But please be aware Does not have a laser pointer and no where its mentioned that.. I guess they wont say what they dont support.. But please be aware..
If you are looking for simple plug and play and back/forward functions, it does the job.. But for $50 - c'mon you can get a much better one from Best Buy !!
Stay away …
- Written by Pashmeen M from Milpitas
24 of 34 people found this useful
I have used many remotes and this one is among the very best. I have used it for Keynote presentations containing movies and compl I have used many remotes and this one is among the very best. I have used it for Keynote presentations containing movies and complex builds on three different MacBooks and it has always connected immediately, maintained the connection, and played everything flawlessly. I assume that those reporting problems have some software on their computers that is conflicting. The compartment for storage of the dongle is very convenient. …
- Written by BARRY R from Tallahassee
26 of 27 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Is it compatible with newest MacBook Air?
- Asked by Julie D from Rochester
- Feb 10, 2012
NO! I just bought a MacBook Air, circa 2013 and there is NO infrared port! I too am trying to run a NO! I just bought a MacBook Air, circa 2013 and there is NO infrared port! I too am trying to run a Keynote presentation and what a pain in the you know where having to go back to the laptop to manually change each slide. I wish I would have asked the Apple Genius if the Air offered infrared remote control. I wouldn't have bought the machine had I known that this feature was absent. Nice move Apple. …
- Answered by Fred P from Arlington Heights
- Jun 5, 2013
Are there any wireless presenters for the iPad?
- Asked by Jeffrey M from Cross River
- May 1, 2010
As soon as I find one, I'm buying the ipad and the presenter. As hard as it is to believe, I've be As soon as I find one, I'm buying the ipad and the presenter. As hard as it is to believe, I've been told repeatedly that the only remote options are a bluetooth keyboard and/or an iPhone. Both of those are needlessly big and bulky compared to the Kensington or any others. I don't know why this is so difficult. Take a bluetooth keyboard, strip away all the keys except the few for presenting, and put those remaining keys into a small form-factor. Whatever rocket science this involves has been perfected for about ten years. …
- Answered by S O from Bethesda
- Jan 9, 2011
Can I use this to remotely control my photobooth app in my laptop?
- Asked by Jeelyn D from Phoenix
- Oct 28, 2012
No answers yet
No, It does not have laser pointer....don't make my same mistake
- Answered by David P from Key Biscayne
- May 10, 2011
Is it compatible with new macbook?
- Asked by Missy T from Las Cruces
- Apr 22, 2010
Yes, it will. Stick in the USB transmitter and off you go!
- Answered by Kraipob P from Oakland
- Oct 18, 2010