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August 23, 2005

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jpkang

I've tried more remotes than I care to remember, looking for the perfect one. The Keyspan is OK, but I think there are better (and probably cheaper) RF-based choices if one doesn't need to mouse around: the very versatile Griffin AirClick USB, or the Kensington Wireless Presentation Remote with and without a laser pointer. I use both the Griffin and the Kensington every week in different settings. Oh, the Logitech Cordless Presenter looks very nice, but is way too expensive.

Garr

Thanks for the comments. The AirClick looks good (and a great price too).

http://www.griffintechnology.com/products/airclick/index.php

The LCP is way out there on price, isn't it? I'll buy the AirClick and give it a shot.

Best,

-G

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