The HD141X is a 5.5 lb. projector with a relatively small footprint, slightly larger than 12x8x4 inches. The manual zoom lens is located just to the right of center (if facing the projector). The zoom ratio is 1.1:1 which is really a minimal amount of zoom. It's enough to fine tune a few inches to fill your screen correctly. The distance to screen info is below.
Between the lens and the far right is the 10 watt speaker which fires forward. That makes sense with the sound bouncing off of the screen (or wall) in front of it, so that it seems to come from where the picture is.
The projector has three screw thread adjustable feet.
Moving to the top of the HD141X, you'll find the control panel. It has a pretty typical setup, with no real surprises. Also on the top are the recessed focus and zoom rings, directly above and back from the lens.
One thing of note: The HD141x does not have any horizontal keystone correction, only vertical. As a result for a properly rectangular image, you would have to have the lens lined up with the center of the screen (left to right). Of course, keystone correction does very slightly degrade image sharpness, but that's a price we have to pay for placement flexibility when a projector lacks vertical and horizontal lens shift.
The inputs and other connectors are located on the right side (when facing the projector), rather than in the rear. A Kensington security lock slot is located on the back.