projector Stories October 4

expiredPractically steal Anker’s Nebula Prism Projector for just $37 at Amazon

AnkerDirect via Amazon is offering the Anker Nebula Prizm 480p Projector for $36.99 shipped when clipping the on-page $20 coupon and applying code SDEXPRM1 at checkout. That’s 60% off the typical rate there and is (unsurprisingly) the lowest price we have tracked. This affordable projector is great for low-light environments. Its LEDs are made to last up to 30,000 hours, providing plenty of usage to cover you for years to come. A built-in 5W speaker allows you to travel lightly. Inputs include HDMI, USB, and more. Rated 4+ stars from over 65% of reviewers.

projector Stories September 19

expiredOptoma’s Short Throw 1080p Gaming Projector supports 144Hz: $600 (Reg. $749)

Amazon is offering the Optoma Short Throw 1080p 144Hz Gaming Projector (GT1080Darbee) for $600 shipped. That’s $149 off the going rate found at retailers like Walmart and is the best offer we can find right now. When propped a mere 4-feet away from the wall, this projector can create a 120-inch display. This is roughly the same size screen I have at my home and I absolutely love watching movies and playing games on it. With 16 millisecond response times and up to 144Hz refresh rates, this projector is made with gaming in mind. Connectivity options include HDMI, 3.5mm, and more. Rated 4.2/5 stars.

projector Stories September 6

As time passes, I become increasingly intrigued by ways to eliminate traditional TVs in my home. When turned on, televisions look fantastic, but this is not necessarily the case when toggled off. Like Samsung’s Frame TV, a new laser projector from Optoma makes it quite simple to bring a modern and sophisticated look to the living room.

Originally unveiled in January at CES 2019, Optoma’s new CinemaX P1 Smart Laser Projector is now available for pre-order. The all-in-one device can project up to a 120-inch 4K image and is paired with a premium NuForce sound bar. Compatibility with Alexa, Google Assistant, and IFTTT provide a variety of smart integrations.

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projector Stories September 4

With TV manufacturers innovating by leaps and bounds, the pressure is on the projector market to remain competitive. Optoma is keeping its head down and moving on with three new models hitting the market soon. The model with the highest pixel count is the UHD52ALV, which is a smart 4K projector that features 3,500 lumens of brightness. The other two models are HD39HDR and GT1080HDR. Both of which peak at 1080p, but deliver a smooth 120Hz refresh rate. expand full story

projector Stories August 30

expiredOptoma’s 720p+ Widescreen Projector hits $290 (Refurb, Orig. $450), more

Today only, Woot is offering the refurbished Optoma 720p+ Widescreen Projector (W331) for $289.99 Prime shipped. If you are not a Prime member, Woot will charge $6 for shipping. Originally $450, today’s offer is $111 off the new condition offer at Amazon and beats the lowest price we have tracked by $4. With a WXGA resolution, this projector beats 720p with up to a 1280 x 800 output. Brightness clocks in at 3300 lumens, which is 10% better than what I get, which is already pretty good in most conditions. Inputs include HDMI, VGA, and more. Customers will receive a 90-day warranty. Rated 4+ stars from nearly 85% of reviewers. Head below to find more projectors on sale.

projector Stories August 29

expiredCreate a 300-inch 4K screen with ViewSonic’s UHD Projector: $950 (Reg. $1,300)

Amazon is offering the ViewSonic 4K Projector (PX727) for $949.99 shipped. That’s $350 off the going rate found at retailers like Walmart and is within $50 of the lowest price we have tracked. This projector offers a rather affordable way to put a large 4K screen in your home. It’s creates up to a 300-inch image, sports HDR, and has a 15,000 hour lamp life. This means you’ll be able to use it 4 hours per day for a decade. Rated 4/5 stars.

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