Canon PR500-R Wireless Presenter

BH #CAPR500R • MFR #2155C002
Canon PR500-R Wireless Presenter
Key Features
  • Intuitive Slideshow Controls
  • Highly Visible Red Laser
  • 2.4 GHz RF Wireless Technology
  • 65' Wireless Range
The Canon PR500-R Wireless Presenter features a highly visible red laser that's twice as visible as a standard laser.
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Canon PR500-R Overview

The Canon PR500-R Wireless Presenter features a highly visible red laser that's twice as visible as a standard laser.

The PR500-R has a 65' wireless range and a battery level indicator so you can move freely around while giving your business or education presentations. With intuitive slideshow controls, the PR500-R works well with both PowerPoint and Keynote. With no software to install or setup required, you just have to plug in the USB dongle and you're ready to present.

Features

Vibrant red laser that is two times more visible than a standard laser
Has a wireless range of up to 65'
Ergonomic, stylish, and intuitive design for comfortable control
Runs on two AAA batteries with a battery level indicator
Plug and play USB 2.0 and fully compatible with PowerPoint and Keynote
Compatible with Mac and Windows
Protective soft carrying case included
UPC: 013803292015

Canon PR500-R Specs

Wireless Support2.4 GHz RF
InterfaceUSB 2.0
LaserRed
Laser Wavelength532 nm
Range65' / 19.8 m
Controls
  • Red Laser Pointer
  • Lock
  • Play
  • Power
  • Start/End Slideshow
  • Next/Previous Slide
  • Page Up/Down
  • Battery Level Indicator
  • Modes
  • Off
  • Keynote
  • PowerPoint
  • Supported Operating SystemsWindows
    Vista SP2 and later
    Mac
    Mac OS X 10.5 - macOS 10.12 (Sierra)
    Power Requirements2 x AAA batteries
    DimensionsNot specified by manufacturer
    WeightNot specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight0.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.5 x 4.9 x 1.2"
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