Ultra Short Throw (UST) projectors, which I predict will become very popular in the coming years. That's because they sit directly against the wall, not opposite. No more shadows and no cables through the ceiling. Everything is just on your TV stand, just like a TV.
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Currently, UST projectors are rare and prices can be high. That's why I'm excited about this deal: For a limited time and while supplies last, HD Vision Works has delivered the Optoma GT5600 Ultra Short Throw 1080p Projector for $ 825 with promo code SAVE50 . Price currently on the site without code, $ 875; everywhere else $ 1,099.
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This is a small outfit, and I have no idea how much inventory is available. You could have 50 of them, they could have five. Even if they're upset with the promo code (which apparently has not been valid for President's Day for a long time), $ 875 is still the best price by far.
The GT5600 is a 1080p DLP projector with two HDMI inputs, an integrated 16-watt speaker and support for Android / iOS mirroring (via USB or wireless). It even supports 3D, although you need special glasses and who 3D is really interested.
I recently had a chance to work with one of these models, but only for a few minutes and only with a Roku streaming stick. First impression: great. Huge, colorful projection; super bright image even with the lights on; nice remote control with backlight.
The sound of the built-in speaker was loud but not great – you'll almost certainly want external speakers or a soundbar. And you can only retreat until you can not focus properly. So do not expect to be much taller than 100 inches.
As if there was something wrong? This is a screen with a screen diagonal of 8 m, without the usual projector problems. I hope I have more time with the GT5600 so I can give you a more comprehensive overview, but for the moment I'm just saying the following: If you think (like me), UST is the way to go without a doubt one of the best deals to date today.
Bonus Offer: 35% Off Intelligent Locks at Home Depot
Are you thinking about installing a Smart Lock ? I can see more and more the benefits if you want to be sure that you have thought of locking the front door.
Only today Home Depot takes 35 percent off a large selection of smart locks . Many, if not most, of the resulting prices are better than what you'll find elsewhere, including Amazon.
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For example, the Schlage Camelot Satin Nickel Connect Smart Door Lock is up to $ 179 . It is a complete system that includes both door handles and latches. The latter is available via key, electronic keyboard and intelligent home control systems such as Alexa and Z-Wave. Price on Amazon: 247 US dollars.
You can also find cheaper options such as a Toledo latch with keyboard and remote controls for $ 84.95 . This is a particularly good sale if you are in the market for this stuff.
Bonus Deal No. 2: Cuisinart casserole dish falls to the lowest price ever
There are kitchen appliances and kitchen utensils. In the latter category is a well-covered casserole dish, also known as the Dutch oven.
Here's a good deal: For a limited time and while supplies last, Amazon has the Cuisinart 7-quarter cast. wrought iron casserole in cardinal red for $ 60.61 the lowest ever price.
Can be used on the stove and in the oven and has an average rating of 4.3 stars from nearly 1,400 buyers. If you bring one of them to your kitchen, you'll wonder how you've lived without it for so long.
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