Control your Powerpoint presentation with Satechi X-Presenter Smart Mobile Presenter (52% OFF) [Deal of the Day]

Control your Powerpoint presentation with Satechi X-Presenter Smart Mobile Presenter (52% OFF) [Deal of the Day]

Looking for a way to spice up that otherwise mundane Powerpoint presentation? We can’t do anything about those facts and figures or those boring bullet point, but we can make it fun for you to give the presentation itself. The Satechi X-Presenter Smart Mobile Presenter is a handy way to turn your Android or iOS device into a presentation tool that keeps you from standing over a PC or laptop.

The setup is quite easy in that there’s an app, a laser pointer, and a USB dongle. Once configured, you control every aspect of your presentation from your handset. Want to advance slides? Set them to automatically transition? Need to point at something specific on the slide? Need to move around the screen with a mouse…making clicks? No problem! The Satechi X-Presenter makes this possible. You’ll look a lot cooler as you walk around the room and interact with people on a personal level.

The Satechi X-Presenter Smart Mobile Presenter works with both Android and iOS and normally retails for $49.99. You can swing by our deals.androidguys.com page and scoop one up for $23.99, a savings of 52% off the cost.

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