If you're someone who's dreamt of owning a projector but haven't picked one up due to the cost, you should look into Anker's Nebula Prizm 2500 Lux LED home projector. It normally right under $90 these days, but thanks to a current price drop and an on-page coupon you can clip to save $23, you can turn your dreams into reality for just $49.99 today. That's one of the best prices it's ever reached.
Anker's Nebula Prizm projector may not be the fanciest one you can buy, but today's price is a fantastic one. It would be a great option for the basement or a bedroom. Be sure to clip the on-page coupon to save.
$86.99 $37 off
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The Nebula Prizm can project a 800 x 480 resolution picture up to 90 inches (although 65 is the ideal max). It's bright with 100 ANSI lumens of light and has an up to 40-degree keystone correction. This device would be a great way to set up a small home theater in your bedroom or a kid's playroom. The darker you can make the room, the better it will look.
Get content on the big screen easily with multiple inputs including HDMI, USB, phone mirroring, and more. That means you'll want to make sure you have a streaming device to plug into it like the Amazon Fire TV Stick. It has a 30,000 hour LED lifespan along with an optimized battery management system and a cooling fan for both reliability and longevity. Should anything go awry, your purchase also includes a one-year warranty.
If you're on the hunt for an upgraded projector, the Anker Nebula Prizm II is on sale for $130. There are a few differences between it and the aforementioned model, mainly better brightness and resolution with the Prizm II compared to the original Prizm.
This projector ships for free at Amazon, though you could receive your order even faster with an Amazon Prime membership. If you've never been a member before, you can start a free 30-day trial to score free two-day shipping, exclusive members-only discounts, access to the Prime Video streaming service, and more.
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