T3 India - - Horizon -

From `30,000,

Canon has brought the Rayo i5 (pic­tured) and Rayo R4 into the mar­ket to fill the dearth of mini projectors. With their com­pact and light­weight de­sign, they are highly por­ta­ble and can be car­ried around with ease. The i5 weighs 260g and pro­duces con­tin­u­ous bright­ness at

100 ANSI. The LED light source prom­ises to last up to

20,000 hours, 854x480 res­o­lu­tion in 16:9 as­pect ra­tio and al­low Mir­ror­ing/DLNA through which users can share con­tent from their An­droid/iOS de­vices. On the other hand, the R4 weighs just 160g, pro­duces a bright­ness of 50 ANSI lu­men with the LED light source last­ing up to 10,000 hours, 640x480 res­o­lu­tion in 4:3 as­pect ra­tio and projects from mo­bile de­vices by con­nect­ing the MHL ca­ble. While both come with built-in speak­ers and have 3.5mm au­dio jack sup­port, the i5 has a 1.4W (0.7x2W) out­put and the R4 has a smaller 1W out­put.

T3 Says: In stan­dard bright­ness, the i5 has a play­back of around 150 min­utes via the 1900mAh bat­tery and the

R4 can pro­vide 120 min­utes from its 1700mAh bat­tery.


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