Enjoy big-screen movies virtually anywhere with this pocket projector: now 64% off

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For real movie fans, watching content on a phone just won't cut it. The PIQO Powerful 1080p Mini Projector helps you enjoy the big-screen experience anywhere, and it's currently 64% off MSRP at just $279.99.

You can watch Netflix and Disney+ on virtually any device nowadays. However, straining to see the details really detracts from the overall experience.

If you can't watch on your main TV at home, the PIQO projector is the next best option. It weighs only 7.5 ounces, but this pocket-sized beast can turn any blank surface into a 240" HD display.

The projector uses powerful LED lighting and DLP technology to pump out 200 lumens — bright enough for daytime viewing. You can watch for five hours on battery power, streaming content via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.

Alternatively, you can install apps and games on the projector itself. With built-in speakers, PIQO works perfectly for both visual and audio content.

Order now for $279.99 to get the PIQO today, saving over $500 on the MSRP. In the words of TechWalls, "This deal might be too good to ignore."


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PIQO Powerful 1080p Mini Projector – $279.99

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