Who's First? Wireless Game Buzzer System w/ Light Tower & USB port & Randomizer
NEW & IMPROVED... with USB interface and random selector!
Add gameshow excitement to your classroom with this snazzy, updated model of our popular Who's First?® 6-TEAM classroom gameshow light and buzzer system!
Who's First? is a stand-alone "buzz-in" gameshow buzzer system that will add excitement and real time technology to any fast-action Q&A game. The system identifies first and second place respondents with snazzy lights, a loud buzzer (which can be turned off, if desired), and 6 color-coded touch pads that announce who came in first -- and second!
The team buttons are large enough to cater to team play and foster camaraderie. The 6-team Light Tower measures 19" H (Base is 8" diameter) and weighs just 3 lbs. Who's First? operates through radio frequency signals; touch pads can be placed as far as 80 feet from the light unit. No software required!
New and improved Who's First Buzzer now has a USB interface to "talk" directly to select game show software.**
We've also added a random team selection function so that, when needed, you can choose who gets to answer next, rather than asking for participants to buzz in.
View video clip DEMO below!
View video clip demo-- putting this product through our Warehouse Stress Test! If these buzzers can pass this test, they'll survive YOUR students!
Includes: 1 main tower with 6 colored lights 6 wireless colored touch pads (3.5" dia. x 1" h)(coin-type batteries included) 1 wireless reset touch pad Backpack Carry Case AC adapter (Class 2 power supply, 120VAC 60Hz 24W, 9VDC) 1 USB cable
**Game show software that interfaces directly with Who's First with USB include:
International customers, please note: The system uses 9 volts DC. The adapter included in the package can be used worldwide, Input 100 - 240V.
Here's what people are saying about this "Trainers Exclusive":
"... I just wanted to write and tell you -- what an AWESOME, well made, easy to use product. I will use this with my students and during training sessions with the staff. I love the storage bag that came with it… has a home for everything. This was a well thought out product and I can’t wait to put it to use!" --Ryan from Hampstead Central School
"For 10 years we have been playing a Jeopardy-style game as a review for one of our classes, and it has always been a challenge (and sometimes source of great controversy) to figure out which team was first to answer the question. We've tried raising hands and other types of buzzers, but the teams that weren't chosen frequently argued that the judge just didn't see them, or that their buzzer sounded a split second before the other team's. It was stressful for the instructors who were leading the activity and distracted the students from the review as they got all wound up about whether the other team was unfairly getting more chances to answer questions. This takes all the subjectivity out of it. The flashing light is up there for everybody to see. It's just what we needed to get the focus off the process and onto the content. Makes the instructors happier too, since they don't have to make any more controversial judgment calls." --WV Catherder from Harpers Ferry