Enhance your movie nights in your backyard with this budget-friendly compact portable projector


Prices and availability of offers may change after posting.

TL; DR: From August 15, you can get the Wemax Go Smallest ALPD Laser Projector(opens in a new tab) for just $429.99 instead of $599.98 — that’s a 28% discount.


Movie night could get a little more exciting when you could have it almost anywhere. The Wemax Go Smallest ALPD laser projector is probably only slightly larger than your smartphone, but it can be used to project a screen up to 100 inches wide.(opens in a new tab). If you want to carry the theatrical experience in your back pocket, the Wemax Go is on sale for $429.99, down from $599.

A small projector for the big screen

Successfully funded on Indiegogo, the WeMax Go comes with a cinema-grade ALPD® laser and a brightness of 300 ANSI lumens and a laser life of 25,000 hours. Connect via WiFi or HDMI to start projecting movies, shows, or even games on the big screen (or your favorite big white wall). With HDMI connectivity, you can connect most game consoles directly to your projector for a big-screen gaming experience.

Sound is important when hosting a movie night. This little projector(opens in a new tab) has a small built-in speaker, but it also has a headphone jack that you can plug a speaker into for a more immersive setup. The Wemax Go does not have a built-in battery, but it is enough to power it with a USB-C cable and a power source, but that’s not a problem! If you’re camping, get out your portable charger or plug your projector into a generator.

There may even be advantages to using your projector instead of a traditional screen. Instead of shining directly into your eyes, projectors reflect light from a screen back to you.

Save on a portable projector you could fit in a pocket

You might only need one piece of equipment to make movie night a theatrical experience. Get Wemax Go Smallest ALPD Laser Projector(opens in a new tab) on sale for $429.99 (reg. $599).

Prices subject to change.

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