Save over 60 percent on 1080p pocket projector

The Lenso Cube projector delivers 1080p resolution, 120-inch projection, and a 2-hour battery life.

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September 21, 2020 1:55 PM
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Drive-in theaters may be all the rage right now, but face it, it will never deliver an immersive cinematic experience the way indoor theaters can. And while the nation's big theater chains are reopening, sitting inside a cramped space to watch a film just isn't worth it at this time. You're better off creating a big screen experience on your own, and the Lenso Cube 1080P Pocket Projector can make that happen.

Dubbed as the world's most powerful pocket-sized projector, this tiny but mighty device delivers 1080p resolution, 120-inch projection, a 2-hour battery life, and a host of other features. No need to splurge on a big-screen TV — the Lenso Cube can beam just about any media to a massive display in stunning clarity. At $310 a pop, it's one of the most affordable HD projectors around.

This miniature projector is equipped with wireless compatibility and can connect to your devices via WiFi, Bluetooth, HDMI, or USB. It allows you to do away with any additional dongles, so you can sit back, relax, and stream once you wirelessly connect your preferred gadget. It also has a touch display that lets you select your favorite songs, movies, and apps with ease, as well as a built-in battery that provides up to 20 hours of music and two hours of video screening. Plus, it's compatible with thousands of apps available on the Google Play Store.

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Who knew a tiny projector you can slip inside your bag is powerful enough to replace many of your current media devices? For a limited time, you can get Lenso Cube 1080P Pocket Projector for only $310—61 percent off its usual retail price.

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