On top of the unit, there is a built-in touch pad that allows the user to “easily navigate the user interface, browse the internet or play games”. You can access and control all of the projector’s functions from this touch pad, so there is no need to fret over forgetting the remote. The track pad is similar in size and operation to a modern smart phone, which makes for a pretty intuitive interface. It does, however, seem to be a bit sensitive to oils from your hands, so some actions take a couple attempts, and you will inevitably move the unit (and the image) while utilizing the track pad.
The included remote can be used for everything that the track pad can. It needs a clear line of sight to the rear of the projector, which can take some getting used to, but I found it to be a much easier interface than the track pad itself.
The PicoPix Max supports any Bluetooth keyboard, mouse or gamepad, which makes navigating and using the available features much easier.
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