AudioVisual term for a remote, wireless slide advance device. While it used to be used to advance a slide projector, today it signals the PowerPoint or Keynote operator to do the same.

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Also, a clicker can be a wireless control that the speaker uses on their own. Basic ones have a right click button only (to advance PowerPoint) but more advanced ones also have a left-click button, arrow keys, mouse button, laser pointer, and blackout key. These are connected to a computer using a USB Wireless Receiver, most of which look like a USB Flash Drive.



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