03-14-2011 09:41 AM
I frequently use two laptops simultaneously to show presentations in two different languages. Is is possible to use a single presenter with two laptops at the same time....each laptop with it's own receiver, but only one presenter?
04-05-2011 03:18 PM
I'm sorry to say the answer to your question is no as the device can only be paired to one receiver at the same time
04-10-2011 11:28 AM
I was wanting a similar application, using a single track ball for two laptops, USB inputs. Just a simple switch or even Function 2(Lt+Rt). i.e. Lt F1 RtF3
I am now tring to find a way to change F2 to (Ctrl+C) rather than (uni scroll).
05-01-2012 09:30 AM
Logitech has lost a customer because their products can't do this.
I bought two of these:
because I can't get that exact fucntionality in a Logitech presenter.
I need this to run a presentation and backup laptop simultaneously, and would love to continue to use my Logitech presenter for this, but can't.
I hope they make this functionality available in the future. I can pair two controllers to one receiver - i just want to do things the other way around.
05-27-2012 12:56 PM
I came onto the Logitech site looking for something similar. I use two computers with two monitors each. What I would like, as I envision it, would be a one mouse/keyboard combo that goes through a controller/splitter which branches to both computers. The way it should function is when the mouse rolls to edge of the desktop of one computer, the controller/switcher switches the mouse/keyboard combo to the adjacent desktop of the other computer. Basically a simple UBS A/B switch, activated by the detection of the mouse roll over the edge of the desktop. Should be simple for the smart engineers at LogiTech to work out. Please let me know when it will be available.