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XIAOMI Wanbo X1 Projector from Czech warehouse, good price!

XIAOMI Wanbo X1 Projector from Czech warehouse, good price!

Among cheap projectors, this is clearly my favorite now!

XIAOMI Wanbo X1 Projector from Czech warehouse, good price!

I was so lucky to be able to try out the Wanbo X1 and I can safely say I still think back in a bit of disbelief when I first turned it on and saw its picture.

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This projector has outstanding capabilities in its category. The brightness is good, its lenses are all made of single-stranded glass, and its image is so sharp that it can compete a lot with cheap FHD projectors as well.

Small and lightweight, easy to carry, and doesn’t need a serious tripod either, a cheaper tripod you can put on it is enough. So the stuff is good in every way, and the price was good.

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The past is not a coincidence, because now the price is not good, but damn good, as Banggood has reduced the price of the machines in the Czech warehouse to $ 99,99, or HUF 30. If you are thinking of buying a projector, but want to get away with it, then don't wait any longer, it's time for you!

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Fortunately, this price is very good, especially since Banggood has retained the VAT-free shipping methods, so we can buy from Chinese and European warehouses on exactly the same terms as before the July 1 customs regulations. For this, of course, in the case of a Chinese warehouse, you have to choose between duty-free shipping methods, I recommend the EU Priority Line mode.

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Xiaomi Wanbo X1 Projector

 

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