projector Stories March 9

Optoma has been on a roll lately. The company just unveiled laser projectors with up to 4,200-lumen output and only one week later it has taken the wraps of “the world’s first 240Hz, 4K UHD home theater projector.” This technology is made specifically for gaming, and even then, PCs are currently the only way to take full advantage of what the new Optoma UHD50X projector has to offer as readily-available consoles tend to top out at 60Hz. Optoma UHD30 and HD146X have also been announced today. Continue reading to learn more.

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expiredAmazon has Optoma + ViewSonic 4K, 1080p, and pocket projectors priced from $170

Amazon is offering the Optoma LV130 Mini Projector for $169.99 shipped. That’s $80 off the typical rate there and beats the lowest price we have tracked by $29. This pocket projector sports a built-in 6700mAh battery that delivers up to 4.5-hours of power on a single charge. It produces 300-lumens and a 480p picture that can span 80-inches. This should prove to be quite handy for quick game or movie setups. Inputs include HDMI and USB. Rated 4.1/5 stars. Continue reading to find more projectors on sale.

projector Stories March 2

Roughly 6-months after Optoma unveiled its CinemaX P1 Smart 4K Laser Projector, the company is back with three new offerings. Two of these models are Optoma laser projectors with brightnesses that reach up to 4,200-lumens. To put that into perspective, CinemaX P1 has a brightness of 3,000-lumens. Massive 300-inch screen sizes can be achieved and 30,000-hour runtimes yield a theoretical lifespan of around 40-years when watching a full movie each day. Continue reading to learn more.

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projector Stories February 24

expiredA 300-inch screen awaits with Epson’s Home Cinema Projector: $362 (New low)

Amazon is offering the Epson Home Cinema 760HD Projector for $361.91 shipped. Note: stock is running low, but more are on the way. That’s around $88 off what it’s been fetching there and beats the lowest price we have tracked by $28. Armed with this projector, you’ll be ready to create up to a 300-inch display. It casts a 720p image with 3,300-lumens of brightness. This means it easily outshines what’s typically found in many projectors at this price point, making it a solid choice for a wide variety of lighting environments. Inputs include HDMI, VGA, and more. Rated 4.4/5 stars.

projector Stories February 20

expiredAnker’s Nebula Mars II Pro Projector hits second-best price at $460 (Save $90)

AnkerDirect via Amazon is offering its Nebula Mars II Pro Projector for $459.99 shipped. That’s $90 off the typical rate there and is a price that’s only been beaten once since its debut. Despite being a portable projector, this offering delivers a full 720p image and lasts 3-hours when fully charged. Dual 10W audio drivers provide “sensational surround sound and deep, resonant bass.” It runs Android, allowing you to directly download your favorite apps and leave streaming media players behind. Inputs include HDMI and USB. Rated 4.4/5 stars.

projector Stories February 10

expiredDwarf massive TVs with Epson’s 11-foot 1080p Projector at $550, more from $579

Amazon is offering the Epson Home Cinema 2100 1080p Projector for $549.99 shipped. Note: stock is running low, but more are on the way. Matched at Adorama, B&H, Best Buy, and Epson. That’s $140 off the going rate found at retailers like Dell and is within $34 of the lowest price we have tracked. Two HDMI ports make it simple to connect modern consoles, streamer media players, and more. This full HD projector from Epson is ready to bring movies and TV shows to life thanks to its ability to create an 11-foot image. To put the size of that into perspective, that’s more than four times the size of a 60-inch TV. This creates an excellent way to play split-screen games, watch your favorite sports, and more. Brightness reaches 2,500-lumens, making it suitable for a wide array of lighting conditions. Rated 4.5/5 stars. Continue reading to find more projector deals.

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