The EX7240 Pro is supplied with a fairly compact remote control measuring approximately 5.6 x 1.8 x 1.0 inches. The remote is neither backlighted nor glow-in-the-dark, making it somewhat difficult to operate in a darken room.
The group of buttons toward the top of the remote include the power on/off button and buttons for input source selection.
Below that is a numeric keypad with four of those buttons doing double duty for ”Auto” (automatically adjusts position, tracking a sync settings for analog signals), “Aspect” ratio, “Color Mode” and to display the MHL menu.
Below the numeric keypad are the buttons to display and navigate the projector’s menus. Also there is a “Pointer” button which displays an on-screen pointer that can be moved using the navigation buttons.
Below the navigation buttons are pairs of keys to (1) “Page” thru presentation slides, (2) electronic “Zoom” (i.e., to enlarge a portion of the image), and (3) an audio “Volume” control.
Finally at the bottom of the remote there are three buttons for (1) “A/V Mute” which turns off the picture and sound and places the projector in a lower power mode, (2) "Split" to display two images from two input sources in a split screen mode, (3) “Freeze” which freezes the current image being displayed, and (4) “Home” which displays projector and other information.