The M363W’s remote control is a small, white remote with mostly gray buttons. The Power and Standby buttons have a green icons on them, but they're barely visible on the gray background. Similarly, there are large green dots on the buttons for putting the lamp into Eco mode and for AV mute. Menu, Exit and navigation buttons are blue. This makes it easy to access these often used buttons in minimal lighting without resorting to backlighting, which can be distracting during presentations. Buttons are appropriately grouped and allow access of many of the important functions without going to the menu. For example, while many projector remotes allow for scrolling through the various inputs, the M363W remote allows the user to individually selecting each video input. There are also buttons for paging through a presentation and for the remote to act as a computer mouse (when attached to the computer via USB). Also, scrolling through Picture modes and switching aspect ratios can be performed on the remote. There are also buttons for Auto Adjustment, image freezing, audio volume, digital zoom, help, USB display and keystone correction. One nice feature of the remote is the ability to set a Control ID for the projector, enabling a user to control multiple M363W projectors from a single remote.
Overall, the level of access and control available with the M363W remote is excellent and exceeds that of much of the competition. Some of the buttons are a bit small and are hard to read in dim lighting, but that is normal for a multimedia projector remote.