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This $600 HD pocket projector is $299 today

This ultra-portable wireless projector lets you create unparalleled cinematic experiences on the go, and it’s already down to Black Friday pricing.
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11.02.19
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You might be able to stream a movie on your laptop or smartphone, but should you? Sure, it's convenient, but it's no way to immerse yourself in a blockbuster film. Aside from actually seeing the movie in a theater, getting your own projector is probably the best way to enjoy a film, but not all of us have the disposable income to add a home theater to our living space. That's where the CIRQ: World's Smallest 1080p Projector comes into play.

The CIRQ: World's Smallest 1080p Projector makes it easier than ever to transform virtually any space into a full-fledged movie theater, and it's currently available for 50 percent off at just $299.

This ultra-portable wireless projector lets you create unparalleled cinematic experiences on the go, thanks to a supremely compact and lightweight design.

You'll be able to enjoy full-immersion viewing with up to 240 inches of projection on any surface, watch your favorite shows and movies in full HD 1080p resolution, and listen to rich stereo thanks to dual HiFi speakers.

This projector even delivers up to two hours of video playback on a single charge—meaning you won't have to worry about interrupting your content even if you're away from a power outlet.

Transform any room into your personal movie theater with the CIRQ: World's Smallest 1080p Projector for just $299—50 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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