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With the ability to project an 240-inch image onto virtually any surface, this projector is a must-have item for movie-lovers on the go
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11.16.19
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Everybody loves to stream their favorite movies and shows on their smartphones and laptops, but when it comes to enjoying a truly cinematic experience, nothing beats a real projector.

This PIQO Powerful 1080p Mini Projector offers the power of a state-of-the-art film projector along with the convenience and portability of a smartphone, and it's currently available for over 65 percent off at just $249.

With the ability to project a 240-inch image onto virtually any surface, this projector is a must-have item for movie-lovers on the go.

The projector comes loaded with 200 lumens of brightness, built-in HiFi speakers that deliver a rich bass and easy WiFi or Bluetooth connectivity options that let you quickly cast from any device.

You'll even be able to binge-watch your favorite content when you're away from an outlet thanks to a battery that lasts for up to five hours on a single charge (or fifty hours if you're listening to music).

Turn any room into a full-fledged movie theater with this PIQO Powerful 1080p Mini Projector for just $249—over 65 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

Don't wait for Black Friday—you can get these top-sellers at deep discounts today!

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