Ray Displays has announced that they will be lowering the price of its Ray Projector from $229 to $199, and that irresistable price point gives it the priviledge of being one of the cheapest pico-projectors in the market at the moment. The Ray Projector is of the LCoS variety, where it maxes out at 640 x 480 resolution and has up to 10 lumens of brightness. We’re still trying to find a killer way to use a pico projector, but other than showing off your impressive PowerPoint presentation in a small, dark room at low resolutions, we’re stumped. Any ideas?
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