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Save $99 on this cheap projector at Best Buy – perfect for the Super Bowl!

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If you haven’t got the space or the inclination for a big screen TV but you’re keen to be able to watch major events like the Super Bowl on a big display, then a projector is a fantastic solution. Right now, you can buy this Philips NeoPix Prime LCD Projector for just $100 at Best Buy, saving $99 on the usual price, and giving you the chance to enjoy big-screen entertainment whenever it’s convenient for you. It’s just one of a string of projector deals we’re seeing pop up in time for the Super Bowl.

The Philips NeoPix Prime LCD Projector is a little bit too budget-range to feature in our look at the best home theater projectors but don’t let that dissuade you. For the price, this is a great choice if you want to delve into what projectors can offer you, but don’t want to invest too much just yet.

The projector only weighs 2.65 pounds so you can easily move it around. It offers a 1280 x 720 resolution so you can enjoy crisp, detailed high-definition images, with 150 lumens of brightness ensuring a highly visible display at all times. A contrast ratio of 3,000:1 means a multitude of shades between black and white, which ensures dependable color saturation.

Along with all that, the Philips NeoPix Prime LCD Projector provides useful features such as two built-in 3W speakers for clear sound, HDMI, USB, and VGA ports, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, plus a built-in media player. Combined, that all means you can just hook it up to anything from a USB stick to a streaming device with minimal hassle, so you can spend more time enjoying instead of setting up.

With a viewable screen size of up to 120 inches, there’s a lot to like about the Philips NeoPix Prime LCD Projector and it’s sure to be useful when you want to watch the big game without having to squeeze in a big TV.

Ordinarily priced at $199, the Philips NeoPix Prime LCD Projector is down to just $100 for a limited time only at Best Buy. It’s a great opportunity to see how useful projectors are in your home without having to spend a lot of cash.

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