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Amazon Prime Day 2022 is here, so the best projector deals are available right now. Whether it's a traditional 4K model you're after, an ultra short throw projector or even a portable, deals abound. What's more, we have done all the legwork for you, so there is no need to invest more than five minutes of your time to find what you need.

We have sifted through the prices of projectors from the likes of Epson, Optoma, LG, JVC, BenQ and more, and hand picked the offers that we like the look of best. Below you will find a choice of HD and 4K projectors with 3LCD, DLP and even some laser technology too. Keep an eye open for those with connectivity and smart platform options but don't forget that a spare HDMI port is all you need to add some apps of your own. 

All year round, we scour the well-known online retailers such as Amazon (opens in new tab), Best Buy (opens in new tab), Walmart (opens in new tab), Target, World Wide Stereo and Crutchfield to keep on top of the very best discounts and prices on all kinds of projectors.

We have rounded-up not only the cheapest prices on some of the very best projectors on the market that we have tried and tested, but also the pick of the other projector deals on offer. If we haven't reviewed the projector in question, we will use our knowledge of the market to let you know what we think of the deal. 

The very best Prime Day projector deals live right now

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Vankyo Leisure 470 Mini $149 $120 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Not one we have reviewed but this super-budget mini-projector has proved popular with customers. It connects to your tablet or smartphone over wi-fi and will produce a picture of up to 250 inches across. Its native resolution is 1280 x 720, but it supports 1080p Full HD content too.

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Nebula Capsule portable projector $350 $300 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
(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 will need a dimly lit room. Not perfect but it's the best mini around.

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Epson Home Cinema 3800 4K projector $1700 $1600 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This 4K HDR Epson provides almost everything you could need of an entry level machine. Its natural motion handling, well-balanced colours and excellent abilities with contrast go a very long way indeed. This is an exceptional budget projector.

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Samsung The Premiere LSP7T $3500 $3000 at Samsung (opens in new tab)
If the LSP9T below is a little big for your budget, Samsung's more reasonable UST offers a very decent compromise without having to miss out on the brilliant Tizen OS and the very handy aerial socket for terrestrial TV.

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Samsung The Premiere LSP9T $6500 $5498 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This is one of the most premium UST projectors around at the moment. Bright enough to use for daytime viewing and, with both a smart platform and an aerial socket, it is fully kitted out for streaming services and live TV as well as any HDMI devices.

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Hisense L9G laser TV with screen $6500 $5298 at WWStereo (opens in new tab)
Not one we have tested, but this UST projector deal is hard to ignore with such a large price cut. It uses three separate lasers to create a 120in 4K image and has a 40W Dolby Atmos sound system built in.

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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.