Logitech R400 Wireless Remote Presenter £19.98 Ebuyer - lowest ever price
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Logitech R400 Wireless Remote Presenter £19.98 Ebuyer - lowest ever price

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Found 20th Mar
Looks like its dropped again, lowest price its ever been. Very nice product for the price
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Do Logitech make anything bad? They must be the most consistent company in tech history.
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Gone through a few presenters and always come back to this one. My fav one by far, and at a great price now. Heat!
This is my favourite one, I ordered one from eBay USA in December for around £13 brand new
very good product - shame it does come with a micro / small usb reciever.
great presenter, easy to use. Good price, although it is cheap anyway. I paid over £70 for one that I have never used. This is much better.
Do Logitech make anything bad? They must be the most consistent company in tech history.
agneepath5 h, 15 m ago

very good product - shame it does come with a micro / small usb reciever.


What should it come with? As in, how do you expect it to connect to a computer?
Pretty good deal.
Bluetooth is a neater solution. It seems to be very hard to find a remote with BT though, apart from the Logitech spotlight which is ludicrously expensive. I suppose for something like this which you use quite infrequently compared to a mouse, it’s acceptable to have to use a nano-receiver.
Rickardo43 m ago

What should it come with? As in, how do you expect it to connect to a …What should it come with? As in, how do you expect it to connect to a computer?

we use these at work, great device and the laser pointer is very useful
android121 h, 3 m ago

Bluetooth is a neater solution. It seems to be very hard to find a remote …Bluetooth is a neater solution. It seems to be very hard to find a remote with BT though, apart from the Logitech spotlight which is ludicrously expensive. I suppose for something like this which you use quite infrequently compared to a mouse, it’s acceptable to have to use a nano-receiver.


Definitely acceptable having a USB receiver, in fact far more convenient when using on various machines etc. where you just plug and play.
The spotlight is *very* good though[quote=android12]Bluetooth is a neater solution. It seems to be very hard to find a remote with BT though, apart from the Logitech spotlight which is ludicrously expensive. I suppose for something like this which you use quite infrequently compared to a mouse, it’s acceptable to have to use a nano-receiver.[/quote]
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Got this one instead which was £6.80 at the time but has gone up to £9.65. It is identical to this one except for the Logitech branding: ebay.co.uk/itm…696
Rickardo20th Mar

What should it come with? As in, how do you expect it to connect to a …What should it come with? As in, how do you expect it to connect to a computer?


Correction: Shame it doesn't come with a smaller/ micro USB receiver.
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