I like the bundle of features, including that the receiver stows in the unit and that it runs on AAA cells rather than the more difficult to find button cells. Ergonomics are pretty good; occasionally I hit the side rocker switch and inadvertantly advanced the slides. Was put off whilst thinking about the remote as it didn't seem to have an escape key. At first was OK with that since I felt I might hit that key by accident and abort a presentation. When I got the unit, I read the instructions and found that holding down the F5 key for a few seconds invoked the escape function. Neat! Biggest critisism I can come up with is that the Keyspan folks don't have a user manual on their website you can review. Found the mouse function twitchy, but a light touch seems to work OK. Wasn't one of my have-to-haves, but is nice every now and then. If I wanted the mouse as the primary control, I wouldn't pick this unit. Used about 4 different remotes while leading two weeks of business conferences and this one blew the others away. Really happy with it. Read the manual and then make a copy as backup, though, as there are a few non-intuitive commands (like drag-and-drop and synchronize to the receiver). I think the laser has a time-out feature. Noticed it would cut off if I held the button on for along time. Releasing and pushing again got the laser back, and turning it on and off as you would do in a presentation worked all the time.
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