The projectors range in cost from $69.99 at 30-percent off to just under $190 at 27-percent off. And that includes some of the well-known OEM's latest models. All vying to replace that smart TV in your living room.
At the bottom of the pile is the VANKYO LEISURE 3 Mini Projector. That, as with the other deals on VANKYO projectors here, comes with a carry case and an HDMI cable included. Like every other projector in the listings, it supports up to 1080p picture quality. It's also rated for up to a 170-inch display, with complete support for smart TV sticks, game consoles, and more via DMI, VGA, TF Card, AV, and USB.
The Leisure 3 Mini Projector is, additionally, ceiling mount-ready. And it comes, like the others in the listing, with remote control for convenience. The built-in, replaceable LED lamp will last for as long as 40,000-hours — right around 10,000 days at four hours per day.
Bumping up in price from there is the VANKYO Leisure 410 Mini Projector with phone mirroring support and a 33-inch to 200-inch image. That costs just $76.99 at 23-percent off. The VANKYO Leisure 430 Mini Projector, conversely, is 31-percent off and adds a hi-def speaker. It also supports up to 236-inch screens for just $82.99. VANKYO's Leisure 470 Mini Projector, on the other hand, bumps things up to 250-inches at distances between 4.27 and 26.57 feet.
On the other hand, VANKYO's Leisure 3W Mini Projector pushes display sizes at around 176-inches via VGA, USB, HDMI. It has a contrast ratio of 2000:1, keeps phone support, and costs just $89.99 at 10-percent off. The "Pro" model VANKYO Leisure 3 takes contrast up a notch to 3000:1.
Finally, at $189.99, the VANKYO Performance V630 is less portable. But, at its 27-percent discount, it offers up to 300-inches, with a 5000:1 contrast ratio and more options for adjustments and noise reductions.
Rounding out VANKYO's offerings is an all-aluminum tripod for its projectors and a 120 Inch Projection Screen. Those are discounted 31-percent to $33.99 and 46-percent to $26.99, respectively. Making them a far cheaper option for those who aren't intrigued by ongoing TV deals.