Amazon has been in a quiet start to its projector lineup, with its $1,100 Lancer projector only making its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show.
The new projector is a 12.5-inch display that features a resolution of 1080p and supports 4K video.
The new Lancer was launched in September of last year and features an 8-inch screen and supports 1080p content.
The $1.5 million unit costs $8,999.
The Lancer is one of the company’s more expensive projector models, which is why it’s only available to select retailers.
Amazon says it is available for preorder now for a $1 less than its rivals.
Lancer currently has a price tag of $2,499, which works out to $1 for the display, $500 for the projector, and $350 for the wireless charging pad.
The Amazon Lancer has an 8.7-inch panel and supports video and audio, but its image quality is limited.
The projector has an HDR mode, which can enhance the image when a specific type of HDR is enabled.
The Lancer’s price tag comes with a $400 shipping charge and a $350 storage fee.