Tuesday, 2 October 2018

RAYO S1 - A beauty in your palm

When I saw this beauty (Rayo S1), I know I have to get my hands on it!!! It is destined to be in family! (Ray, Rayson, Rayden, Rayes and Rayo ...LOL). Sorry if you didn't catch my joke.

Jokes aside, Rayo must have been the smallest projector in the market so far. Look at the size!! You can bring it anywhere and use it anytime. Just slip it into a bag. It's just like a hard disk with an internal memory of 4g. The sound projection is also quite impressive for such a small machine. Load your favorite videos into Rayo and bring it along for your camping trips or picnics.
I am not a tech person so I won't dwell too much on the specs but I would like to assure you that if I can use it, anyone can!

I absolutely love the mirroring function as it mirrors your phone. It's a breeze to search for videos and going online with my phone and the projector will just display accordingly. My handphone can also be transformed to a visualizer using this mirroring function. The only downside is you can't use your phone during mirroring.

Rayo as a visualizer

Fear not, you can also go online with Rayo if you do not want to mirror. It has wireless connectivity and navigation is really easy with Rayo's smart touch pad. The battery can last 2 hours supposedly. However, we can't seem to finish a movie and the battery died. So, the life of the battery also depends on what you are doing with the projector and the functions that you are using as some may consume more of the battery. 

My boys are gadget free so I would definitely prefer them watching from Rayo's projection than Ipads or smart phones.

Using my Rayo to teach Bible classes in church

Pretty clear projection
The Canon Rayo S1 is available on the Canon eShop and retailing at $599.