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October 3, 2018

Binge-watch anywhere with the $250 ViewSonic M1 Portable Projector

by John_A

At less than two pounds, this lightweight projector is a perfect option for your travels.

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The ViewSonic M1 Portable Projector is available at Amazon for $249.99 when you enter promo code 50OFFM1 during checkout. That’ll save you $50 off its regular price which has never seen a direct discount before.

ViewSonic’s M1 projector was designed to be taken on-the-go and moved from room-to-room easily. It’s capable of projecting a screen up to 100 inches tall with its short throw lens and features built-in dual Harman Kardon speakers and internal storage of 16GB, along with an integrated battery which can last for up to six hours on a single charge.

The projector can even act as a portable charger itself to power up mobile devices via its USB-C port. It weighs less than two pounds and includes HDMI and USB-A ports, along with a micro SD card slot to offer even more playback options. Having a device like the Amazon Fire TV stick plugged in would be a smart idea so you can access streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu.

A limited three-year parts and labor warranty is included with this purchase, as well as one year of light source coverage. A few months ago, this projector earned the WC Choice award and a rating of four out of five stars in its review over at Windows Central.

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