The Optoma UHD35 comes with an easy-to-use remote control. It’s lightweight and fits comfortably in the hand. It has one-touch access to color modes and different input sources. The top row consists of two buttons: On and Off.
The first row of buttons are for accessing the three User Modes, followed by Brightness, Contrast, and Mode (to change the Display Mode). The second row of buttons are for Keystone Correction, Aspect Ratio, and 3D. The final row of this section has the Mute button, Dynamic Black button, and a Sleep Timer button.
The next section has four directional arrow keys surrounding a traditional Enter button. Each arrow serves a dual function, such as Volume + and Volume – or Source, and Re-Sync. On the bottom left, there’s also a Menu button for quick access to the menus.
The final section of the remote control has all of the source input buttons – HDMI 1, HDMI 2, VGA 1, VGA 2, Video, and YPbPr. Since the projector only has inputs for the HDMIs, you won’t be using the majority of these buttons.