he Casio XJ-A250V remote control is a medium small one. Unlike most remotes, it's more squarish, not long and narrow. It does hold well in the hand however, and I really did like the layout. Not a ton of buttons, but, seems I knew where all the ones I needed were, in must a few minutes.
Let's take it from the top! On the right is the power switch. Opposite on the left top, is the Input button. Just below centered, are four buttons, two for Zoom Up and Down, and two for focus. On either side, are smaller buttons for the navigation. On the left, you'll find the Menu, and the Escape button on the right. Naturally, below that are the navigation arrows, and the typical center Enter button.
Below all that, are a Function button, and then three small buttons in a row: Auto for locking in a PC signal, Blank (the screen), and Freeze (the screen).
The next row has two: Color Mode which lets you toggle through your choices, and Volume. Further down are the brightness buttons - Bright, and Eco. To the right, the Aspect ratio button. Now I failed to mention some buttons going down the right side. First there's a pair for the Digital Zoom feature, and below it, a pair for Keystone correction.
Lastly, the Casio offers a Pointer, and the bottom right button controls it.