From `30,000, canon.co.in
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.