Check the output connections on the laptop being used for projecting. This will tell you which type of HDMI adapter is needed (i.e. typically, standard USB or USB-C).
Be sure to check the projector cart to make sure you have all needed cords and adapters.
HDMI adapter if needed
Power supply for laptop that can be plugged into one of the 2 built-in cart outlets
Power cord for the projector that is already plugged into the projector and the second built-in cart outlets
No remote is provided or needed
Extend the projector leg by loosening the knob on the bottom of the projector to release the leg to the desired position.
Sign into the laptop and then connect the supplied HDMI cable to the laptop, either directly or using an HDMI adapter, and then attach the other end to the "HDMI in" port in the back of the projector.
Plug the cart into a power outlet, slide the lens cover to the left, and then turn the projector on.
After the projector has had time to come on and display, make sure you adjust the size, tilt, and focus as needed using the settings menu on the top of the projector. If it seems that he computer and projector are not communicating to one another, try restarting the computer.
You may also need to use the Windows + P keyboard shortcut and choose duplicate to display the laptop's contents if not displaying automatically.
To pause or stop content sharing, disconnect the HDMI cable from the laptop.
Turn off projector when done and let it cool down before sliding the lens cover back over the lens.
Wrap the cart's power cord over the cord guides and return the cart to its storage area.