If you're on the hunt for a projector, don't miss out on this deal. Anker's Nebula Prizm II Projector is one of the better models available from the company. It usually costs $260, but today Amazon has it on sale for $159.99, offering you the chance to save $100. That deal is one of the best we've shared for this particular model and there's no telling how long the discount will stick around. Shipping is free as well.
Anker Nebula Prizm II Projector
Writing's On The Wall
Turn any wall into a screen. Anker's Nebula Prizm II can create an HD picture up to 120 inches in size and is best used in low-light environments. We don't see it go on sale often. This is one of its best deals yet.
The Nebula Prizm II can create an HD picture between 40 and 120 inches in size with a 1920 x 1080 resolution. It's bright as well, with 200 ANSI lumens of light, and it has up to 40-degree keystone correction. Getting content on the big screen is easy with multiple input technologies including USB and HDMI, and you can also take advantage of mirroring from your mobile devices. It has a 30,000 hour LED lifespan along with an optimized battery management system and a quiet cooling fan for both reliability and longevity. Built-in speakers ensure that your movie sounds as good as it looks. Should anything go awry, your purchase includes a one-year warranty. Amazon customers haven't left a ton of reviews so far, but currently the product has 3.8 out of 5 stars .
This projector would go well with a streaming device like the Amazon Fire TV Stick so you can stream shows and movies from apps like Netflix, Hulu, or Prime Video. You might also want to check out this roundup of the best projector accessories to round out your purchase. Alternatively, if the Nebula Prizm II isn't the projector for you, this guide to the best projectors could be of some assistance. Just keep in mind that the discount won't last forever. It might not even last through the night.
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