The connection panel is on the left side of the projector, rather than in the rear as usual. There is also a control panel there as well. First, the control panel has indicator lights for Power On, Standby, Warning, Lamp and Temperature. Below that are buttons for Power, Input, Lens and Menu, with menu navigation and selection buttons. When the Lens button is pushed, the navigation buttons double as controls for lens shift, zoom and focus. The left and right navigation buttons also serve as volume control up and down buttons. From left to right, the connection panel has the following connections: the power cord connector and Kensington lock port, a LAN port for network control, a standard RGB computer input, a DVI-I input and an HDMI input. These are followed by an RS-232 control port, a jack for a wired remote, two audio inputs and one audio output.
There is nothing on the right side of the projector, and the rear of the projector is essentially one large exhaust port, that also serves as the lamp cover. The cover is held on with a single screw and easily removed. The lamp is held in place with three screws each and pulls straight out for easy replacement. The placement of the lamp and dust filter cover on the rear and front panels respectively allows for easy access when the projector is ceiling mounted, without having to unmount it.