Participants use their Reply® wireless Keypads to respond to questions
This data is transmitted to the Reply® Base station unit via Radio Frequency (RF). The Keypad then receives a message confirming the entry was successful and the base station transfers the data to your PC.
The computer tallies the responses from the base station and instantly displays them for the presenter or the entire group to see.
Data can be shown as either total group feedback, individual responses, demographic unites, and scores, or team standings
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