Canon is a company best-known for products that help you capture an image, but one of the products that caught our eye at their CES booth was a small device that helps you display those images. The Canon Rayo S1 is a pico projector that promises big image quality in a small package. Not larger than a portable CD player (remember those?) the Canon Rayo S1 goes where a traditional projector can’t. An integrated battery and wireless connectivity let you run it completely wirelessly, making it perfect for an impromptu business presentation or movie night whenever and wherever the need arises. And the built-in touchpad and speaker make the Canon Rayo S1 a full A/V solution without any additional peripherals. While it’s perfect for tiny table-top or tent-side projections, the Canon Ray S1 is actually capable of projecting an image up to 84 inches in size. See it in action in the video below:
CES 2019 TVs & Electronics January 10, 2019
kevinApril 1, 2019 at 3:30 pm
I am a litle bit upset beacause the only one question could be useful for me is : What is the NATIVE RESOLUTION ?
Nobody want to tell the native résolution because is not HD 720p WXGA.
Pete RApril 5, 2019 at 5:10 pm
Looks like you’re right. The resolution wasn’t available at the time of this video, but has since been released: 854×480. So sadly it’s not even 720p resolution.