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Deal | Dangbei spring sale previewed with $150 off ultra-compact Atom projector

Dangbei announces a new sale. (Source: Dangbei)
Dangbei announces a new sale. (Source: Dangbei)
Dangbei is gearing up for its Spring 2024 sale with an "early" deal on its super-thin Google TV-powered Atom projectors. It precedes an event slated to offer up to 30% on other home-theater devices from the same brand, some of which have 4K resolutions and/or "advanced" ALPD technology.

Dangbei has announced a heads-up on its latest Spring Deals. They are to be available on Amazon as well as its own website, "with up to 30% off" the brand's range of increasingly popular laser projectors, some of which are touted as ideal to be taken out camping as well as take center stage in the main media room.

They might include the potentially home cinema-grade "True 4K 3D" Mars Pro as well as the more affordable "officially Netflix-certified" 1080p Neo. Their sale is slated to begin tomorrow (March 20, 2024) and run until March 25.

For those who can't wait even that long, the brand's has a potentially attractive discount right now. The ALPD-enhanced Atom projector is only 1.87 inches thick and weighs just 2.82lbs, yet is rated to function as a full FHD, up-to-1,200 lumen Google TV-powered entertainment center.  

Its "EARLY150OFF" coupon that brings it down from a typical RRP of $899 to $749 can be found on Amazon as well as on

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2024-03-19 (Update: 2024-03-19)