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Anker Nebula Capsule Max, Pint-Sized Wi-Fi Mini Projector, 200 ANSI, 720p HD, 8W 100 Inch Picture - £399.99 @ Sold by AnkerDirect and FBA
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Anker Nebula Capsule Max, Pint-Sized Wi-Fi Mini Projector, 200 ANSI, 720p HD, 8W 100 Inch Picture - £399.99 @ Sold by AnkerDirect and FBA

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Posted 8th May
Anker Nebula Capsule Max, Pint-Sized Wi-Fi Mini Projector, 200 ANSI Lumen Portable Projector, Native 720p HD, 8W Speaker, Movie Projector, 100 Inch Picture, 4-Hour Video Playtime, Home Entertainment

  • HD Viewing: Cutting-edge DLP technology projects a vividly-detailed 720p, 200 ANSI lumen image up to 100 inches big. Ideal for use in low-light environments.
  • Instant Clarity: Get an ultra-sharp, rectangular image from almost any angle in under a second with Capsule Max’s autofocus and keystoning technology.
  • Ideal in the Home: Stay entertained at home with Capsule Max's 100-inch image. Watch movies, take online classes, or keep the kids entertained with hours of cartoons and educational videos. The possibilities are endless.
  • Android 8.1: Download and stream YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, and more straight to Capsule Max. Use the Nebula Connect app on your phone to control Netflix.
  • NOTE: Copyrighted content from Hulu, Netflix, and similar services CAN NOT be mirrored or screencast. Download and use the apps directly through Capsule Max to view copyrighted content from these providers. Chromecast is not supported.
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Was literally looking at one of these yesterday. Not sure I can justify the outlay. Anyone used one of these and can offer an opinion?
birdski08/05/2020 14:55

Was literally looking at one of these yesterday. Not sure I can justify …Was literally looking at one of these yesterday. Not sure I can justify the outlay. Anyone used one of these and can offer an opinion?


Was watching a video on this from Unbox Therapy yesterday. Was very curious about getting this for taking camping (when allowed again). As a self-powered projector, with Android, VLC etc., it looks really cool. A good price - but may not bite until a little cheaper.
Yeah these look good but I’m not sure on the price, you can get similar projection quality for a quarter of the price if your not fussed about the form factor
Decent specs for a portable projector, you can use it in the dark and I guess is good for convenience and lack of wires, however even at this price is way too expensive IMO. £200 may be reasonable, even you can find other cheaper brands. Not voting, as may be a deal for some, at least Anker is honest with the specs and you know what you get.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 8th May
sheffield78808/05/2020 16:11

Decent specs for a portable projector, you can use it in the dark and I …Decent specs for a portable projector, you can use it in the dark and I guess is good for convenience and lack of wires, however even at this price is way too expensive IMO. £200 may be reasonable, even you can find other cheaper brands. Not voting, as may be a deal for some, at least Anker is honest with the specs and you know what you get.


I'd need this to be (much) closer to £200 to warrant a purchase.
What a rip off,ive kick-starter backed there new projector the cosmos and its cheaper than this with far superior stats.These have been out ages and apart from the size these are basic and not even 1080p or have HDR let alone 4k .They should be around £150 max.
This is the 720p one and not been out for ages, this is android 8.1. I don't own this one but own the acer c250i and it's a great but off kit, can watch it in a well lit room. This 200 ANSI lumen so not iso or Chinese lumen so would be quite good as it won't need to be far from the screen or wall.
nexus7608/05/2020 16:24

What a rip off,ive kick-starter backed there new projector the cosmos and …What a rip off,ive kick-starter backed there new projector the cosmos and its cheaper than this with far superior stats.These have been out ages and apart from the size these are basic and not even 1080p or have HDR let alone 4k .They should be around £150 max.


Cosmos isn't a capsule projector...
Wodja09/05/2020 10:25

Cosmos isn't a capsule projector...


yes and as i stated in my comment apart from size this is a rip off
nexus7609/05/2020 19:27

yes and as i stated in my comment apart from size this is a rip off


I paid same last week for the c250i, well happy with it tbh. This has lower resolution but has android so can't really go wrong imo, 20000 hours life in these we projectors compared to 4500 hours life in my optima bulb.
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