Click enlarge. So close. The HD4000 remote is very typical. It is, I should note, backlit - not too common these days for what is officially a business projector, and that's nice to have if you should be putting this in a darker room environment. That said, the backlit buttons are somewhat dimmer than I like, but definitely better than no backlight at all. (Hitting any button lights up the buttons.
Separate power on and off are at the top. This is followed by the input source buttons. Below them are the traditional 4 arrow keys, with a center Enter button, and the Menu button below to the left, and Aspect ratio (right).
The next row allows users to select from the three user savable memory settings.
Next, comes direct access buttons for Contrast, Brightness and Color Temperature.
The second last row has a Gamma button for toggling through the presets (Auto, Sports, Cinema....) and also Sharpness controls.
On the last row, there is Auto Position (auto setup) for analog computer signals, a image Mute button, and Keystone correction.
That covers the remote, except to say the range was fairly decent. I was able to get a decent bounce off of a white surface screen of better than 22 feet, from remote to screen to front sensor. That's as far back as I tested. I should say that this remote probably can't work much beyond that range, as would be typical for remotes running on a pair of AAA batteries. Those remotes using AA batteries tend to have more range.