If you regularly use speaker notes when delivering your presentations, you may find
this idea for a take anywhere portable lectern really useful. Just store it in the
back pocket of your laptop bag and always be prepared!
If you are looking for a way to add some real visual spontaneity to your sales, marketing,
or technical presentations... you may find a visualiser fits the bill. This type
of product is popular amongst colleges and universities. In this review I’ll show
you how good ones are like the “Swiss Army Knives” of presentation tools!
Lap support for your laptop!
If you have to make amendments to your presentations at airports, on trains or at
hotels and there isn’t a table nearby, here’s a great product. It lets you use your
laptop on your lap without overheating your computer or your knees! It also folds
flat for storing in your laptop bag.
In this video we look at security measures you can take to help safeguard your important
presentation equipment as well as details of a free security registration scheme.
So if you have to travel with your presentation equipment, make sure you watch this
Following on from our video about presentation equipment security, we look at the
latest security lock from Kensington. This lock can be attached to laptops and other
valuable presentation equipment without using the key. And is their most secure lock
If you deliver training courses or presentations which last for half a day or more,
we have found an inexpensive adjustable height seat which gives you a commanding
view of the audience... and it can be carried in the boot of your car!
3M MP180 Pocket Projector New video added
In this review we give a detailed guided tour of the latest pocket projector for
business presentations from 3M, as well as trying it out at a business venue. It
has onboard memory, viewer files for popular file formats, web browser and blue tooth
In this video review we show the UBoard in action together with full description
of what you get in the box. Being portable it means you can take it to venues and
you don’t need a special projector or whiteboard to make it work.