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Save 48% on Vankyo's V600 Projector With Native 1080p Resolution, Down to $119

This home projector hits a resolution benchmark we always look for and it's nearly half off right now.

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This home projector has solid native resolution and it's about as cheap as you're going to find one with at least 1080p.

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If you want a true home theater experience without spending a fortune, you have some good options but you'll need to choose carefully. There are lots of "HD" projectors out there but many of them claim to but don't actually offer true 1080p resolution in something of a deceptive marketing practice. Instead, they accept an HD signal and dumb it down to a lesser resolution. The key term we're looking for is native resolution, and the Vankyo V600 has that at a healthy clip of 1080p. The home projector is currently marked down to just $119 on deals site MorningSave. We even secured a free shipping CNETFS to use at checkout.

I've tested Vankyo projectors. They're easy to set up and the 1080p models deliver excellent pictures for all your action movies and concert videos. This projector's spec sheet is very solid considering the budget price. You can project an image of 46 to 300 inches at 5 to 30 feet. This model also has a 5,000:1 contrast ratio and 50,000 hours of lamp life. This should bring plenty of projector power to turn your living space or outdoor hang into a home theater for you and the crew. It's rare we find a native 1080p model for this cheap.

The V600 is normally double the price. The same model is selling for $200 on Walmart where it gets solid buyer reviews.