RIF6 Cubeby RIF6

  • RIF6 Cube
  • RIF6 Cube
  • RIF6 Cube
TECHWALLA
VERDICT
Clearly above average. Only a couple of issues keep this from being best in class.
83%
TECHWALLA SCORE
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PROS

  • At 2 inches by 2 inches, the Cube is compact.
  • A tripod and generous selection of cables are included.
  • The projector connects seamlessly to a range of devices including smartphones and gaming consoles.

CONS

  • The battery life is only 90 minutes--not enough for a full-length movie.
  • A carrying case is not included.
  • The internal speaker is weak, but you can use the Cube audio port with an external device.
The Cube Mobile projector from RIF6 measures a mere 2 inches by 2 inches and weighs 4.8 ounces. It offers a native widescreen resolution of 854 X 480, and its brightness rating is 50 lumens. The projector is wrapped in a single piece of aluminum for durability. The Cube includes an audio jack, microSD port and an MHL/HDMI port, as well as a physical focus wheel and power button on the unit. All other functions are controlled by the included remote. The Cube comes with a flexible tripod, clip mount, charger, and a wealth of cables for connecting to everything from gaming consoles to smartphones.
NameRIF6 CubeML750STPowerLite X17 XGA 3LCD ProjectorQumi Q6
ManufacturerRIF6OptomaEpsonVivitek
Techwalla Score
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List Price$299$589$450$599
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As soon as you hold it in your hands you can feel that the construction is solid. Its single piece of aluminum body blends nicely with the g…

As soon as you hold it in your hands you can feel that the construction is solid. Its single piece of aluminum body blends nicely with the glossy black plastic side panels...

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Before you drop nearly $300 on a projector you’ll have to really assess your needs (do you have a wall that can support it for instance, or …

Before you drop nearly $300 on a projector you’ll have to really assess your needs (do you have a wall that can support it for instance, or an outdoor setup is possible). But if you can find a use for it, The Cube is a safe buy. The form factor really opens up your possibilities, as I can see it being useful in an office situation for on the spot presentations, and much more.

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If your current budget is in the under $300 price range the RIF6 Cube projector is definitely on of the top choices here.

If your current budget is in the under $300 price range the RIF6 Cube projector is definitely on of the top choices here.

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The one drawback is that it only packs 50 lumens of brightness, which means you’ll want to use it in very dark room.

The one drawback is that it only packs 50 lumens of brightness, which means you’ll want to use it in very dark room.

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The RIF6, despite its sub-HD picture quality and bad sound, is awesome. There’s just something about having the flexibility to project a 50”…

The RIF6, despite its sub-HD picture quality and bad sound, is awesome. There’s just something about having the flexibility to project a 50”-100” image on a whim with minimal setup. This thing is extremely portable and small, and that’s its primary selling point, not its picture quality.

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We can’t say enough about the device’s mirroring capabilities. We connected it to a laptop, and the Cube instantly reflected the laptop’s sc…

We can’t say enough about the device’s mirroring capabilities. We connected it to a laptop, and the Cube instantly reflected the laptop’s screen, in this case playing GalaxyQuest without a hitch. It really was seamless.

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And although the WVGA resolution isn't great for all forms of gaming, it's perfectly functional for most, and the portable size and utility …

And although the WVGA resolution isn't great for all forms of gaming, it's perfectly functional for most, and the portable size and utility of the projector makes up for it. I had a great time bringing it into my son's room to play Star Wars: Battlefront on the ceiling. You can set it up in a driveway, point the projector at the garage door, and play Smash Bros. against your friends.

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Last night, my wife and I watched a couple of episodes of iCarly in bed ( don’t laugh, that show is still awesome). We don’t have a TV in ou…

Last night, my wife and I watched a couple of episodes of iCarly in bed ( don’t laugh, that show is still awesome). We don’t have a TV in our room, so it was a real treat to be able to do this on a whim. What was even better was that I was able to project the image directly on our ceiling, so we could lay back comfortably and watch.

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The RIF6 Cube uses a 50 Watt LED bulb. It is bright however; it works best in a very dark room. If you need to have the lights on when you a…

The RIF6 Cube uses a 50 Watt LED bulb. It is bright however; it works best in a very dark room. If you need to have the lights on when you are presenting a traditional projector will work best.

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