Logitech Professional Presenter R700
Brilliant red laser pointer helps you get their attention—and keep it.1
You’re in control
Navigate through your presentation with confidence with the intuitive slideshow controls.
Work the crowd
The 100-foot (30-meter) range helps you make ordinary presentations extraordinary.
Brilliant red laser pointer
Your audience will see exactly where you point.1
Keep track of time, battery, and wireless reception with a glance or with silent, vibrating alerts. You remain focused on your presentation, not the clock.
Up to 100-foot (30-meter) range
You’ll enjoy the freedom to move around the room and mingle with your audience for greater impact. A reception-level indicator ensures you don’t wander too far.
Intuitive slideshow controls
Buttons are easy to find by touch. And the smooth contours feel great in your hand. You’ll be in control from the first slide to the last.
Plug-and-play wireless receiver
There’s no software to install. Just plug the receiver into a USB port to begin. And when the show is over, you can store the receiver in the presenter. Features echnical Specifications
Red laser pointer
100-foot (30-meter) effective range with 2.4 GHz wireless technology
LCD display with timer, battery-power and reception-level indicator
Built-in slideshow buttons
Storable plug-and-play receiver
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- 12 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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