In the front, the zoom lens is recessed and mounted off center to the right (if you are facing the projector). Further to the right is the front Infra-red sensor for the remote. Directly below the lens is a small, slide out filter that requires occasional cleaning. Nearer to the center, mounted low is a bar that drops down the adjustable front foot. (There are also two screw thread adjustable rear feet.)
A recessed door can be slid out to cover the lens when not in use. If you close that cover while the projector is powered up, it will automatically mute the image and sound.
Moving to the top, and looking down from the back, you adjust the lens focus and zoom by rotating their respective lens barrel extensions. The control panel is on the top, toward the front. The projector's filter hides behind a door just to the left (looking from the rear), of the lens controls, and is easy to remove for cleaning or replacement. When it finally becomes time to replace the long life lamp, the door is situated on the top in the back right corner.
The back houses the inputs. back remote sensor and the power connector. In addition there is a small speaker back there, just below the left most inputs.
One interesting feature is the power down. This is also comes from its biz projector heritage. Once you shut it down, it can be unplugged in just a few seconds. The fan keeps running for a while after.