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The New Logitech Spotlight Presentation Remote

by on February 1st, 2017

Yesterday Logitech gave me a demo of the new Logitech Spotlight Presentation Remotebut before that they sent me one to test out. When I unboxed it I immediately notice the sleek and sexy look of what may be the best looking presentation remote out there. Once you pick up the Logitech Spotlight Presentation Remoteyou will quickly notice how light weight it is and also how well ergonomically it fits in your hand.

  • Advanced pointer system​ thats better than a laser.Engage with your audience and focus their attention on what matters.
  • 3D cursor control ​to play video or open links. Move your cursor from anywhere in the room and be the master of your content.
  • Time management​ with vibration alerts. Receive a vibration 5min before the end of the presentation to always be on time.
  • Quick charge​ 1 min – 3 hours of presentation. The battery last up to 3 month. No need to turn the product on, we manage that for you.
  • Long range​ 30 meters (100 feet). No more barrier between you and your audience, move freely in the room and control your presentation.

Logitech Transforms Presentations With Spotlight: Highlight, Magnify and More

TEDs New Preferred Remote, Spotlight Can Help You Become a More Confident Presenter

LAUSANNE, Switzerland and NEWARK, Calif. Feb. 1, 2017 Today Logitech (SIX: LOGN) (NASDAQ: LOGI) announced a complete reinvention of presentation control with the Logitech Spotlight Presentation Remote. Unlike the traditional slide clicker or laser pointer of the past, Spotlight is designed to help you become a more confident presenter. Spotlight is an advanced tool that goes well beyond laser pointing, and enables you to highlight and magnify on-screen content in an engaging and powerful way so you can better underscore your point.

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Presentations are nerve-wracking, said Marcel Stolk, senior vice president of the Creativity and Productivity business group at Logitech. For most, the main stumbling block is a lack of confidence we just get nervous. Spotlight is easier to use and, most importantly, gives you new ways to engage your audience versus a hard-to-see laser pointer.

Spotlight is a new standard in presentation control. It allows you to effortlessly navigate slides and interact with on-screen content from up to 100 feet away. With the advanced pointer system you can highlight and magnify points on your slide in pixel-perfect detail, so the audience stays engaged throughout your talk. Spotlight also has mouse-like cursor control to play videos and open links, and unlike a laser, the cursor and highlights are visible to both a live audience and those on a video conference.

Spotlight pairs with a powerful app so you can set the stage even before your presentation begins. In the app you can toggle pointer mode, set timed vibration alerts or activate more advanced functions like volume control with hand gestures. Whats more, the app will be updated with additional features over time, so youll always have access to the latest in presentation functionality with Spotlight.

We know how important reliable technology is for helping speakers feel confident on stage, said Lisa Choi Owens, head of global partnerships at TED. Using technologies like Logitech Spotlight allows our speakers to focus on their talks, and deliver ideas worth spreading.

Logitech Spotlight also connects instantly via USB receiver or Bluetooth Smart technology. It is plug-and-play on most devices and compatible with all popular presentation apps. Plus, it features smart recharging one minute of charge gives three hours of use so you will never be caught off guard.

Logitech and TED plan to launch a worldwide search for aspiring communicators who will be invited to participate in an exclusive Spotlight Presentation Academy at the TED Theater in New York. Armed with a Spotlight presentation remote, attendees will have the opportunity to work with industry experts to enhance their presentation skills. Through this program, the two companies aim to inspire and support communities of presenters and idea-sharers worldwide. More details regarding the search will be announced in the coming weeks.


Logitech Spotlight Presentation Remote is available today from Logitech and Apple for a suggested retail price of $129.99, and will be available from additional retailers worldwide in March. For more information about the products features and functionality, please visit, our blog or connect with us on Facebook.

About Logitech

Logitech designs products that have an everyday place in people’s lives, connecting them to the digital experiences they care about. Over 30 years ago, Logitech started connecting people through computers, and now its designing products that bring people together through music, gaming, video and computing. Founded in 1981, Logitech International is a Swiss public company listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange (LOGN) and on the Nasdaq Global Select Market (LOGI). Find Logitech at, the company blog or @Logitech.


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Sexy new Mouse from Microsoft

by on August 23rd, 2011

Microsoft today announced it’s stylish and dear we say sexy new Touch Mouse artist edition. It’s a laser engraved mouse that is quite stunning in my opinion.

New York based artist Deanne Cheuk, was inspired by the motion of our fingers and items such as circuit boards, and as you can see from the image to the right it’s a gorgeous design. I can’t wait to rub my fingers over it and find out what it feels like. Looks to me like it would feel nice!

But the Touch Mouse Artist edition isn’t just about having a great mouse, it also features multitouch technology which allows you to make gestures on the mouses surface and the ability to you se 1, 2 or 3 fingers. Clicking, swiping, pinching flicking and snapping have never been sexier!
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by on June 20th, 2010

[singlepic id=34 w=320 h=240 float=right]A little over two weeks ago HP sent me an AIO 200 PC to check out and when I got it I was super excited! I would of posted about getting it sooner but I was busy with finals. But schools over and now I have more time to play. So this post is just to let you know I received it and will have a review on it soon.

The AIO stands for All-in-One, which means the computer and monitor are combined and what’s even cooler is that its thin and doesn’t take up a lot of room. It fits perfectly in any corner. The keyboard and mouse are also wireless so you can put them away in a drawer if you aren’t using them. I am sorta using the AIO 200 as a PC/TV and watch movies on it using NetFlix and the HP MediaSmart software.
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Pantech Breeze II for at&t Review

by on May 22nd, 2010

Last week, I received the Pantech Breeze II. At first, I thought this phone was more like a joke. A high school senior with this phone? Yeah, I didn’t see that happening. But to my surprise I actually grew fond of the Breeze II and all the features on it.

The Pantech Breeze II has a display of three icons right on the front cover; they light up when you either have a message, phone call, or you’re battery is being charged (it changes from red to green. Green is fully charged). I thought this feature was one of the best because you can just look down to see what messages you have or if your battery is about to die without even opening the phone.

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Cute new Mice from Microsoft Hardware

by on May 19th, 2010

I got an email today about some cute new wireless mice from Microsoft Hardware and I thought I would show them to you.

The Mice are the Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 and although not new the colorful designs are new. The new designs are Wave, Folk and Geode with my favorite being the Folk.

The Mice are now available at Best Buy for $29.95 along with other colors that were previously available.

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Just got the Pantech Breeze II

by on May 13th, 2010

Walking up to my door after school today, I was happily greeted by a box that contained the brand new Pantech Breeze II for AT&T Wireless. At first glance, the Pantech Breeze II didn’t excite me as it normally wouldn’t be a phone that I would buy for myself. But because this just so happens to be the first phone I have received for review I’m very EXCITED to use the phone and bring you a great review!

So far, if I had to recommend this phone to anyone, it would have to be my grandparents as the phone has big buttons and items on the screen appear big, so it’s great for someone who is visually impaired or a younger cousin who is just getting their first phone.

I should have all the goods on the Pantech Breeze II in a week! So definitely check back soon!
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Hello I’m Ashley

by on May 10th, 2010

Hello Cute Geek world! I am Ashley I am 17 years young and I am told I am the youngest Geek on Cute Geek!

I live in Cape Coral Florida where I attend Cape Coral High School. I am also a cheer leader at my school and I love to cheer lead. I also love technology. My favorite gadget right now is my sidekick and while it may not be the latest and greatest it does a good job and keeps me in the loop with my friends.

I can’t wait to start reviewing things for Cute Geek and from time to time I will even post my opinions on what’s going on in the tech world. If you want to get in contact with me about any story ideas or product reviews feel free to email me at

See ya Soon!