The remote is a simple black device that runs on two AAA batteries. Basic navigation controls, input, volume, and keystone buttons are available to use. The buttons are not backlit, but with such a simple layout you’ll find yourself memorizing the placement of the buttons fairly quickly. The volume buttons are gathered on a single rocker, so they can be felt without having to turn the lights on.
Given that this projector has fairly basic functions, the menu is equally as simple. You can access the menu with the included remote control. You’ll find four basic menus which include Image, Settings, Info, and Reset.
The image menu lets you change the color mode and select from the options of Cinema, Natural, Dynamic, Vivid, or Bright Cinema. You will also find adjustments for brightness, light output, color, sharpness, and video range.
The settings menu will have options for sound which has volume control and sound modes. Use the installation menu keystone, zoom, projection, and OSD rotation. The operation menu has everything you need to change the setting for your screen mirroring, although the default settings should work fine.
Navigate to the info menu to check your projector info, light source info, screen mirroring info or projector software version. It’s a simple menu but provides useful details. Then finally, the reset menu can factory reset your projector which puts all of the settings back to default.
|Projector Model||Epson EpiqVision Mini EF-11|
|Displayed Resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Native Resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Brightness (Manufacturer Claim)||1000 ANSI lumens|
|Light Source Type||Laser Phosphor|
|Light Source Life||20,000 hours|
|Zoom Lens Ratio||1.1x|
|Native Aspect Ratio||16:9|
|DVI or HDMI||HDMI|
|Speakers||1.5 watt (2-Way Mono)|
|Noise Level (-db)||27 dB|
|Low Lag Gaming||No|
|Special Features||Auto Picture Skew Correction, Miracast, USB playback|
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||6.9" x 6.9" x 2.3"|
|Warranty||2 years (Epson Limit Warranty)|