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Deal | Get an up-to-4K projector at up to 37% off as a Prime Day deal

The Nebula Cosmos 4K. (Source: Anker)
The Nebula Cosmos 4K. (Source: Anker)
Anker's Nebula brand has put its flagship Cosmos 4K laser projector with Android TV up for sale for Amazon's ongoing 2022 Prime Day event. For those looking for something more portable, the ultra-thin Wemax Go Advanced is also part of its OEM's campaign. There are also offers from LG and ViewSonic on various up-to-4K models.

It's Prime Day 2022, and is, therefore, possibly a good time to consider completing that dream home theater set-up at a decent price. Anker's brand for this purpose, Nebula, has made its Cosmos 4K laser unit with a 2,400 ISO lumen max brightness rating and Android TV 10.0 available. It should be noted that, like most deals on it and its competitors during the event, (July 12-13, 2022) may need a Prime membership to avail of them.

Therefore, eligible customers can get a 20% discount off the normally US$2,199 projector. The emerging OEM Wemax has also gotten in on this action by offering its Nova 4K UHD "Ultra Short Throw Smart Laser Projector" rated for windows of up to 150 inches in size, at 37% off for a saving of $1,110.

In terms of FHD resolutions instead, there is also the Wemax DICE DLP projector, which has a build geared toward outdoor use, a 700 ANSI-lumen max brightness and Android TV at 25% off. However, for even more portability, there is the option of Wemax' crowdfunding hit the Go Advanced at $800, or 20% off its normal retail price.

Alternatively, some of LG's newer CineBeam and ProBeam home units are available at various discounts (some of up to 18% or more). They include the HU715QW, HU810PW and HU710PW 4K UHD projectors. Finally, there is also the Optoma UHD55 at $300 off its normal $1,800 price.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-07-12 (Update: 2022-07-12)