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Bring home an Anker projector from $200 today: Mars II Pro $180 off, Max 4K $400 off, more

9to5Toys Thursday, 2 December 2021
Today only, as part of its Epic Daily Deals, Anker’s official Amazon storefront is now offering up to *38% off *its Nebula home and portable projectors. You can score the Nebula by Anker Mars II Pro 500 Portable Projector for *$369.99 shipped*. Regularly $550, today’s deal is among the lowest prices we have tracked all year with $180 in savings at 33% off the going rate. This also beats our $50 price drop from back in October by a long shot. A great gift for dad, the family, or really any one this holiday season, this model projects a 500 ANSI lumen image with HDMI or USB compatibility for laptops, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and more. But this 720p projector also features Android 7.1 so you can just download apps for your favorite streaming services including YouTube and Netflix alongside 10W audio drivers, all wrapped up in a compact, portable lunchbox-style design. Head below for more Anker projector deals. 

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