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Nebula Mars II Pro by Anker Portable Projector £427.97 Sold by AnkerDirect FR and Fulfilled by Amazon

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My second posting on portable projectors. Not as portable as the capsule but a more powerful piece of kit.
Best prices I can see for this from the usual suspects:
Amazon - £599
eBay - £529

Previous versions (which are running at 300 ANSI Lumens are more expensive than this version
(£449 on Very, £479 Amazon.co.uk)

Tech dertails:
Nebula Mars II ProWith Mars II Pro, your world just got a whole lot brighter.

A radiant 500 ANSI lumen HD image, Android 7.1, and horizontal and vertical keystoning ensure Mars II Pro delivers a premier cinematic experience you can enjoy anywhere with those who matter most.

  • 500 ANSI lm
  • HD Picture
  • Dual 10W Speakers
  • Horizontal and Vertical Keystoning
  • Extensive Compatibility
  • Android 7.1

Yes there are new projects available on KickStarter but you'll need to wait a while on these even if you've backed them (and I need one for a birthday party on 12/12!! )
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14 Comments
Would u class 720p as HD?
mancuk8701/12/2019 11:17

Would u class 720p as HD?


Fair point, it’s what I get for just copying and pasting specs from Amazon!
z4chrissmith01/12/2019 11:18

Fair point, it’s what I get for just copying and pasting specs from Amazon!


In terms of price it's decent cos it's cheaper though but that low light and 720p I can imagine it would only look half decent in pitch black
mancuk8701/12/2019 11:17

Would u class 720p as HD?


Yeah 720p is HD, 1080p is Full HD...
bigtam101/12/2019 11:29

Yeah 720p is HD, 1080p is Full HD...


But really though.... Where we are now technically I'd say it's moved past that
Surprised no comments about the Chinese ones 5000 lumens for £50😁.
Not voting, while the brand is decent, the specs are low IMO for this price. You can get used proper ones for much less than this and with better specs. My LG is 720p but 1000 lumens and only paid £100 for it, had about 50 hours usage.
mancuk8701/12/2019 11:34

But really though.... Where we are now technically I'd say it's moved past …But really though.... Where we are now technically I'd say it's moved past that


Ive got a 720p optoma projector short throw and the picture quality is still great. So all depends on how it operates, not all about the resolution.
mancuk8701/12/2019 11:34

But really though.... Where we are now technically I'd say it's moved past …But really though.... Where we are now technically I'd say it's moved past that


Have we? Even beefy games consoles output at lower than 1080p when there's a lot of action.
CampGareth01/12/2019 13:56

Have we? Even beefy games consoles output at lower than 1080p when there's …Have we? Even beefy games consoles output at lower than 1080p when there's a lot of action.


Would consider buying a 720p TV?
mancuk8701/12/2019 13:59

Would consider buying a 720p TV?


Depends, would you buy a 720p oled TV or a 1080p tesco own brand? Same price, same size
CampGareth01/12/2019 15:26

Depends, would you buy a 720p oled TV or a 1080p tesco own brand? Same …Depends, would you buy a 720p oled TV or a 1080p tesco own brand? Same price, same size


Again though that's two totally diff technology's one current one old my original comment was an observation on how we have progressed from standard TV to then 720 1080 and now we're at 8k would u still class them as high definition in comparison to what is available, at one point VHS was the height of media lolol. I'm merely questioning as we go forward does what it means to be hd move aswell? I suppose though on reflection to my comment that itself 4k and 8k are it's own lane
Edited by: "mancuk87" 1st Dec 2019
mancuk8701/12/2019 15:44

Again though that's two totally diff technology's one current one old my …Again though that's two totally diff technology's one current one old my original comment was an observation on how we have progressed from standard TV to then 720 1080 and now we're at 8k would u still class them as high definition in comparison to what is available, at one point VHS was the height of media lolol. I'm merely questioning as we go forward does what it means to be hd move aswell? I suppose though on reflection to my comment that itself 4k and 8k are it's own lane


Yeah there's societal standards and technical ones, the difference being societal standards shift over time but technical standards are set in stone. USB 2.0 "Hi-Speed" may not be societally impressive any more since it's 100x slower than thunderbolt 3 but it is a technical standard so if I said USB 2.0 isn't very "Hi-Speed" any more I'd be wrong. If I said it isn't very "high speed" or "fast" or something that'd be fine.

"High Definition" is awful for misunderstandings because high definition is a phrase that applies to anything over standard definition, but it's also a specific standard. Whoever came up with that one was a marketer with no forethought. I agree it's not impressive compared to 4k, though I reckon it's still usable.
So I have had the pleasure to see some of the anker projector devices up and close. You don't buy this projector for the luminosity and resolution. 720p is adequate for its main purpose... That is to be a portable standalone media player and projector. In the USA it is selling very well for pic nic and BBQ and backyard cinema parties.

I wanted it for work so we can have a meeting 'everywhere' but the low ANSI don't help.
mancuk8701/12/2019 11:34

But really though.... Where we are now technically I'd say it's moved past …But really though.... Where we are now technically I'd say it's moved past that


That’s how it’s referenced. Always has been. Everytime the tech advances they add a word in front, HD, full hd, ultra hd, uber hd, etc
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