Optoma has started shipping its new PK120 Pico projector that's powered by a new Texas Instruments chipset and costs a reasonable $249.
It's refurbished, yes, but still an amazing deal on a projector that can make your favorite movies and TV shows wall-size.
This combination projector/speaker dock turns any wall into an iDevice-powered home theater.
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This 720p projector delivers 2,500 lumens and can be upgraded to work with 3D sources. Plus: two bonus deals!
This 1080p projector has features normally found in pricier models, including horizontal/vertical lens shift and dual HDMI inputs.
That's the best price I've seen on a 1080p projector.
Though its design stretches the definition of "pico" projector, the Optoma Neo-i's inclusion of an iPod/iPhone dock along and its semirespectable image and sound quality help put it ahead of many competing small, casual video projectors.
Tired of carrying a rat's nest of cables for all your mobile devices? This gives you Mini-USB, Micro-USB, and Apple 30-pin all in one cord.
For indoor and backyard theaters alike, this refurbished Optoma offers bright, razor-sharp images on the cheap. The only downside is the short warranty.