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9 of the best Prime Day projector deals still live on day 2

Amazon Prime Day is almost over but there are some excellent bargains to be had on portable and ultra-short-throw projectors. Whether you're looking for something for indoors or outside, we've found something to suit every budget. So bag a big screen on a budget with our pick of the best Prime Day projector deals that are still live.

The very best Prime Day projector deals live right now

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Nebula Capsule projector £340 £230 at Amazon (save £110) (opens in new tab)
When reviewed, we praised the Capsule's "neat design, solid sound and access to streaming services". Its resolution of 854 x 480 pixels is par for the course when it comes to miniature projectors. A brightness of 100 lumens means you'll need a dimly-lit room. Not perfect but it's the best mini around.

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Nebula Capsule Max projector £470 £340 at Amazon (save £130) (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)Not one we've looked at but the Max edition is the 720p, 200 lumens version of the Capsule above. It has an Android 8.1 OS, some solid app access and a 4-hour battery life.

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Nebula Solar Portable projector £600 £420 at Amazon (save £180) (opens in new tab)
This Full HD projector is the best true portable we've tested to date. With built-in speakers, an Android TV app platform and a three-hour battery life, it's an excellent way to enjoy a big screen film anywhere round the house, the garden and wherever else you want go.

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Nebula Mars II Pro 720p portable £600 £520 at Amazon (save £80) (opens in new tab)
This portable projector is fun, quick and enjoyable to use. Set-up requires minimum fuss, and thanks to its wi-fi and built-in apps, you can stream content directly through it. With this healthy discount, this lunchbox-sized projector is very tasty indeed.

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XGIMI Horizon Pro Native 4K Projector £1649 £1319 at Amazon (save £330) (opens in new tab)
Capable of producing a picture between 40-300 inches in 4K HDR quality the Horizon Pro is a smart device with Android TV 10 OS on board, Google voice control and there's even Chromecast built-in too. We haven't tested this coffee table style model but with a healthy discount and a decent spec, we think it's well worth a look

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XGIMI Elfin Portable Mini Projector £649 £447 at Amazon (save £202) (opens in new tab)
This ultra-compact 1080P projector is WiFi enabled with Android TV 10 offering access to all the streaming apps you'll ever need. It's not a model we've tested but with in-built speakers, it's suited for taking out and about and set-up should be a breeze with Intelligent Screen Alignment, Auto Keystone and Autofocus on board.

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Optoma CinemaX P2 4K UST projector £2999 £1799 at Amazon (save £1200) (opens in new tab)
The P2 is Optoma's second stab at an ultra-short throw machine and, while we've not had the pleasure of a full review, we've certainly enjoyed the demos we've seen. If you're after a 'laser TV' for your living room. This entry-level projector is a strong candidate, particularly with the hefty discount.

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Samsung The Premiere LSP9T £2999 £2699 at Amazon (save £300) (opens in new tab)
One of the very best ultra short throw projectors you can buy, the LSP9T delivers big-screen thrills aplenty, and this discount is massive.

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BenQ V6050 4K UST projector £3999 £2999 at Amazon (save £1000) (opens in new tab)
Ultra-short throw projectors are the fastest growing form factor. With sound, picture and smarts built-in, they're an obvious all-in-one projector solution. This huge discount makes the V6050 one of the most tempting around.

Dan Sung
Dan Sung

Dan is a staff writer at What Hi-Fi? and his job is with product reviews as well as news, feature and advice articles too. He works across both the hi-fi and AV parts of the site and magazine and has a particular interest in home cinema. Dan joined What Hi-Fi? in 2019 and has worked in tech journalism for over a decade, writing for Tech Digest, Pocket-lint, MSN Tech and Wareable as well as freelancing for T3, Metro and the Independent. Dan has a keen interest in playing and watching football. He has also written about it for the Observer and FourFourTwo and ghost authored John Toshack's autobiography, Toshack's Way.