We are all very excited to add a new piece of technology to our galaxy of devices. However, once you have spent a lot of time on the new supplement, it may begin to lose some of its luster – and the eye may begin to wander. Call it the ‘seven-year itch’ of technology. But considering how fast technology is moving, it can be seven months of itching. Or maybe even seven minutes.
After all the home screenings you’ve probably done this year, your current home theater setup may look a little less dazzling than before, and it may be ready for an upgrade. Fortunately, this is the right time to take the plunge with these 10 great discounts on premium portable projectors for your truly epic home theater system.
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Prima 1080p HD pocket projector – $ 679.15 by code MERRY 15; originally $ 799
It’s still impressive to consider the level of display power available in devices as small as this portable Prima projector. In a package that is barely over 2 inches square, Prima projects full resolution images in 1080p HD quality in a size of up to 200 inches. You can fold everything from any of your devices via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth – all it takes is a wall large enough to act as your canvas.
PIQO Powerful 1080p Mini Projector – $ 237.99 by code MERRY 15; originally $ 799
Although the dimensions are small and it only weighs less than 8 grams, PIQO is like having a complete entertainment system, you can just jump in your bag or glove compartment. It connects to virtually any device via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, using a 200-lumen bulb to project any image, up to a whopping 20 feet wide. You can stream up to 50 hours of music through the built-in speakers or get up to 5 hours of video projection on a single charge.
CINEMOOD 360 package: interactive projector with 360 motion capacity plus free cover – $ 339.15 by code MERRY 15; originally $ 499
You won’t find another projector with full 360-degree video projection support, making it perfect for kids who literally want to get into their favorite movies or games. There are no wires or cables to tangle into, so it’s super portable – and with a complete collection of Disney digital books and other content included, this is a device that all kids will devour.
4K HD DLP Pocket Projector – $ 254.99 after code MERRY 15; originally $ 499
Versatility is a key for all media gaming devices, which is why this Kinkoo pocket projector turns so many heads. This player supports streaming of almost any video file format, including 3D and brilliant 4K, connects to a phone via Bluetooth or MiraCast Mirror Display, and has a 3000mAh battery for up to 90 minutes of good playback.
Kodak Luma 75 Portable 1080p HD Pocket Projector – $ 161.49 by code MERRY 15; originally $ 199
Kodak Luma 150 Portable Wireless HD Projector – $ 186.99 after code MERRY 15; originally $ 249
Kodak is one of the legacy names in image reproduction, and this pair of fantastic portable projectors continues the legacy. First, the Luma 75 has a DLP chip for even sharper images and faster response time, as well as one-touch controls and supports for HDMI, USB and microSD inputs. Users get 16: 9 projection throughout the theater in a size up to 100 inches.
In the meantime, the Luma 150 also achieves all these achievements, but also connects via WiFi. You can fire up a movie or TV show from your favorite streaming service and play – or use the microSD card slot, USB or HDMI cables. You can also use integrated Airplay and Miracast screencasting to connect almost all of your devices for true HD viewing.
Epson EX5260 Wireless XGA 3LCD Projector (Certified Refurbished) – $ 356.99 by code MERRY 15; originally $ 629
Epson PowerLite 1780W Certified Refurbished LCD Projector – $ 441.99 by MERRY 15; originally $ 749
If you’re not as keen on portability as on an overwhelming picture quality, these Epson projectors may be what you’re looking for. With a fluorescent 3600 lumen bulb, the EX5260 serves a strikingly bold image, helping vibrant colors to emerge even in well-lit rooms. Speaking of colors, this 3-LCD projector has a particularly sharp eye for color accuracy, with high brightness and a wide color spectrum, all of which contribute to a top-quality presentation.
Meanwhile, the Powerlite is slightly slimmer than the Epson projector, and it also has 3000 lumens of brightness and 3LCD color enhancements. In addition to USB, HDMI, VGA and RCA video inputs to support your chosen device, Powerlite also has a dynamic contrast ratio of 10,000: 1, which helps you achieve a better balance between ambient light and retain details in dark areas of the image.
AAXA BP1 100-lumen nHD speaker projector – $ 122.39 by code MERRY 15; originally $ 164
AAXA P7 600-Lumen Full HD DLP Pico Projector – $ 321.29 by code MERRY 15; originally $ 399
Sometimes projectors spend more time on visual pop and are less concerned with sound reproduction. This is not the case with the BP1, which combines a high-quality Bluetooth speaker system with a premium DLP pico projector engine. You get as much as 12 watts of space-filled sound, while still delivering high-quality video in an up to 60-inch projection frame.
When it comes to the P7, this mini projector is truly the next generation addition to a home theater configuration. Viewers get true 1080p performance with a 4th generation DLP image processor from Texas Instruments for full HD projection. It connects via Bluetooth and also enables direct smartphone mirroring for most USB-C compatible devices.
Prices are subject to change.