3 January 2013, Chino, California – Conary Enterprise is pleased to announce that the iPin Laser Presenter for Samsung Galaxy smartphones is debuting at International CES 2014. The iPin is a tiny, Galaxy-powered laser pointer that comes with its own slide-controlling app. This delicately designed device can turn a Galaxy into a professional presentation device in a matter of seconds. Conary invites all visitors to come see the iPin firsthand at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC), South Hall 3, booth #31854.
The iPin will also be on display at the COMPUTEX d&i Awards booth (#21944) in LVCC South Hall 1.
Low Profile Design and Effortless Transport
Unlike similar devices, the iPin sits nearly flush with the phone surface, and can be turned on and off with a simple twist. When turned off, it doesn’t interfere with normal phone operations. As a result, this tiny laser can be left in the audio jack between uses, providing unrivaled convenience. If there is a need to plug a headphone into the jack, the laser can be stored in the complimentary headphone clip, which can be attached to any headphone cable.
Professional Presentation Toolkit
The bundled professional software – a free downloadable app and its computer host program – turn the iPin into a professional presentation toolkit, giving users full remote control of their presentations. IP recognition is used to ensure a secure connection to the right host computer. With a quick swipe of the thumb anywhere on the screen, slides can be changed, and by pressing down on the screen, the laser is activated. Other features include a trackpad for controlling the cursor and a presentation timer.
From Construction to Tourism – In the Office or On-The-Go
There are plenty of ways in which the iPin can be used. The iPin offers a great way for business professionals or professors to manage slides, keep track of time and point out details during a sales pitch or a lecture. Thanks to its powerful laser, construction site managers can use the iPin to point to a new section of a wall from a distance of 40m by simply taking out their Galaxy from their pocket. Tour guides can use the iPin to point out a sculpture, and then call the hotel to confirm an arrival without switching between devices. All of these qualities make the iPin an ideal tool for anyone – as a laser pointer, a presentation tool, or both. The iPin is compatible with the Galaxy S3, S4, and Note II.