This is by no means a pocket projector. It measures 9.3 inches by 7.1 inches. That's still a size smaller than a typical sheet of paper, but the real strength in its compactness is the Q7's 1.57 inch height. Even in its nylon carry case with a few cables it's pretty small. compared to just about anything 4 or 5 years old, except for 50 lumen projectors.
The small lens is recessed. There's a translucent lens cap that comes tethered to the projector. The 1.1:1 zoom lens does provide limited placement flexibility, but that's better than most. The lens controls - zoom and focus - are manual and just above the lens, on the top. The control panel is of the touch variety, and is located on the top just forward of the rear of the projector. Labeling could have more contrast or be larger on the white version of the Q7. I found it slightly hard to see when lights were low. There is also a black topped model. Not sure about reading the icons on that.
All the connections, inputs and others, are located on the back of the projector.
The projector has two screw-thread style adjustable feet in the front, and two fixed ones in the rear. They are all small and white in color. They probably add a half inch to the projector's official height when in normal position.
Of note, there seems to be no front IR sensor for the remote control, unless it's hidden behind the grill (unlikely). Front and back is better than just one, but it should hardly inconvenience anyone.
We'll start with the control panel, move to the inputs and other connectors, and then deal with the two menu systems and the remote control. Let's go.