The remote control itself is small, lightweight and easy to use. It’s got a mere 14 buttons that perform basic functions. As usual, we’ll tackle the remote’s buttons in sections. The top section consists of five buttons: Power, Mute, Rewind, Play/Pause, and Fast Forward. The Power button is red and is located in the top left corner, while the Mute button is black and directly opposite, on the right side. The Rewind, Play/Pause, and Fast Forward buttons are useful when using the M6’s media player.
The next section features the directional buttons for navigating the menus and an OK button in the center for choosing options. Below, we have four additional buttons: two for Volume, a Home button to bring up the menus, and a Back or Escape button. That’s it.
The range of the remote is excellent. It can reach just over 20 feet, possibly more – I ran out of house to back up into. The projector only has a back sensor, but you can use the remote in front of the projector and it still functions well.