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Nebula by Anker Prizm II 3600 Lux Full HD 1080p LED Multimedia Projector £148.89 - Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon DE
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Nebula by Anker Prizm II 3600 Lux Full HD 1080p LED Multimedia Projector £148.89 - Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon DE

£148.89 Free P&P FreeAmazon Germany Deals
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Great 1000 lm, full HD projector from Anker via the German Amazon site.
If you use a fee free card the price should be around £148.89 including the 2-3 days delivery.
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  • Full HD Picture: Place in virtually any room to enhance your favorite shows or movies with a 1080p 40''-120'' picture. (Recommended for use in low-light environments.)
  • Built-In Speaker: Dual 5W driver channels balanced audio through left and right speaker grilles, pumping out a deep, satisfying bass sound.
  • Keystone Correction: Horizontal and vertical (±40°) adjustment ensures a clear picture from any distance or at any angle.
  • Durable Design: A UL certified power supply and a 30, 000-hour LED lamp-life ensure that you can enjoy decades of worry-free entertainment..
  • What You Get: Nebula Prizm II, power adapter & cable, remote control, user manual, worry-free 12-month warranty, and our friendly customer service.

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Technical Specs

Brightness: 1000 lm; Resolution: 1920 x 1080p pixels; Projection Image Size: 40 - 120 inches;

Display Technology: 5.2 inch LCD; Light Source: RGB LED; Contrast Ratio: 1500: 1

Throw Ratio: 1.4; Projection Distance: 3ft - 12ft; Projection Ratio: 30 inches at 3 ft; 60 inches at 6 ft; 80 inches at 8 ft

Keystone Correction: Horizontal and Vertical (±40°); Audio Driver: 2*5W; Connectivity: HDMI 1.4, USB, AUX-Out

Recommended Operating Temperature: 14°F to 95°F / -10°C to 35°C; Relative Humidity: 15%-85% (non-condensing)

Power Supply: DC 19V; Power Consumption: <125W; Remote Control Batteries: 2 AAA batteries

Storage Temperature and Humidity: -4°F to 149°F / -20°C to 65°C, < 90% humidity; Dimensions (L × W × H): 10.98 × 10.43 × 3.81 in; Weight: 85.4 oz;

*Does not support content-mirroring of copyrighted materials on Android and iOS devices.

Usage Tips: ·Use in low-light environments for best results.

·Not recommended for PowerPoint, Word, Excel, or business presentations.

·To minimize the risk of overheating, turn off after 3-4 hours of continuous usage.

·Dolby sound is not supported. If there is no sound with the picture, turn off Dolby Digital support in your Apple TV, Blu-Ray player, Fire TV, etc device.
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I've got one of these. They come in for a lot of stick in reviews, but it's essentially a good cheap projector and you're getting good value. Yes it's a bit fuzzy around the edges, but it looks HD and if your room is dark enough and you're not trying to run super fast action scenes constantly, it's really quite good.
In the current climate I'd say it's really worth a look if you're on a budget. Great for entertaining the kids...
Voted hot, if it delivers the specs, this is good value and the brand is good too. I certainly trust the manufacturer (Anker) more than the other Chinese unknown names claiming ridiculous specs. I have a 1000 lumens projector, different brand, and while it needs the room dark, does not have to be pitch black.
Does this have Dolby support?
Would you watch a movie on it?
JoeSpur01/04/2020 16:22

Would you watch a movie on it?


Why wouldn't you ? That's what its for
Good for PS4?
vindarosa01/04/2020 16:07

Does this have Dolby support?


From the summary: ·Dolby sound is not supported. If there is no sound with the picture, turn off Dolby Digital support in your Apple TV, Blu-Ray player, Fire TV, etc device.
Picking up on a couple of questions... The refresh rate isn't fantastic on this, so whilst it's perfectly adequate for films that aren't wall-to-wall action, it's not going to satisfy those who are seriously into their viewing experience, hence my original comments. If you spend £1000 on a projector, you'll get something much better. HOWEVER, don't overlook this one if you're on a budget and aren't fussy. (I am fussy, but was pleasantly surprised by this and I'm glad I bought it, as my "old faithful" expensive projector is isolated elsewhere just now!
Hardcore gamers (particularly those who are heavily into first person shooters and beat em ups) might want to look elsewhere, but this is fine for casual gamers.
I hope that helps.
Rob_383801/04/2020 15:12

I've got one of these. They come in for a lot of stick in reviews, but …I've got one of these. They come in for a lot of stick in reviews, but it's essentially a good cheap projector and you're getting good value. Yes it's a bit fuzzy around the edges, but it looks HD and if your room is dark enough and you're not trying to run super fast action scenes constantly, it's really quite good.In the current climate I'd say it's really worth a look if you're on a budget. Great for entertaining the kids...



I keep looking at one of these for camping, running films off USB (or streaming on a phone and using a USB->HDMI cable. Worth considering or too bulky/faffy to set up?
word of advice from someone who has gone the cheap projector route and now has an optoma hd144x (cheap GOOD projector).

don't bother with these chinese ones if you're looking for something as good as your tv.

they have a decent image and bulb life,but once a scene gets mildly fast (movies,games) it stutters like crazy.

turns out they lie about their refresh rate,and whilst most of them say 60hz,they can only output 20 in fast scenes because it can't process image quick enough and you end up with LOTS of annoying screen tearing,making it unwatchable.

i guess if you're watching something like a guy talking without movement on youtube you wouldn't have this issue,but personally,just save up and buy a better known brand or a used better known brand.
The best cheap projector i tried was the Abox (native 1080p) and currently just £72 on Amazon
it was ok but too noisy for me
tenohfive01/04/2020 19:56

I keep looking at one of these for camping, running films off USB (or …I keep looking at one of these for camping, running films off USB (or streaming on a phone and using a USB->HDMI cable. Worth considering or too bulky/faffy to set up?


Might be a little bulky for camping and needs a mains connection, but otherwise fine. I've never tried the USB, as I have it connected to an Nvidia Shield Pro. Just the two wires, mains and HDMI. Pretty straightforward really...
Maybe is a daft question but can you connect it to the sky box?
sheffield78801/04/2020 15:59

Voted hot, if it delivers the specs, this is good value and the brand is …Voted hot, if it delivers the specs, this is good value and the brand is good too. I certainly trust the manufacturer (Anker) more than the other Chinese unknown names claiming ridiculous specs. I have a 1000 lumens projector, different brand, and while it needs the room dark, does not have to be pitch black.


I agree that it's more trustworthy than other cheap brands, but I think the "1000 lm" it quotes is still a lie. I used it and it was basically unwatchable in anything other than a dark room - OK for some, perhaps in a spare room for the kids, but not general use imo. I've since bought a "2200 lm" Optoma one that seems about 10x brighter. The edges of the display were also quite blurry when compared to the centre.

The speaker was pretty good for the price, but it also only had 1HDMI input (probably to be expected at this price, but the "RRP" is nearly £300) and only an aux option for audio.
herrbz02/04/2020 11:59

I agree that it's more trustworthy than other cheap brands, but I think …I agree that it's more trustworthy than other cheap brands, but I think the "1000 lm" it quotes is still a lie. I used it and it was basically unwatchable in anything other than a dark room - OK for some, perhaps in a spare room for the kids, but not general use imo. I've since bought a "2200 lm" Optoma one that seems about 10x brighter. The edges of the display were also quite blurry when compared to the centre.The speaker was pretty good for the price, but it also only had 1HDMI input (probably to be expected at this price, but the "RRP" is nearly £300) and only an aux option for audio.


I don't have it, so can't comment. My 1000 lumens is more than watchable in dark. I have a rubbish unknown name claiming 3000 lumens, the 1000 one is at least 10 times brighter. I do not know if this is the same model, but not long ago I came across a 200 lumens Nebula. Maybe this is the same one and they 'enhanced' the specs on paper.
My lg is 1000 lumens, plenty bright enough at night. Useless in the day mind, but that's fine
MichaelN02/04/2020 09:22

Maybe is a daft question but can you connect it to the sky box?


Yes
I bought the apeman (149£) and happy with it after two months using it
budgio01/04/2020 21:19

The best cheap projector i tried was the Abox (native 1080p) and currently …The best cheap projector i tried was the Abox (native 1080p) and currently just £72 on Amazon it was ok but too noisy for me


Thanks for this recommendation! I purchased one:-)
rgerg02/04/2020 15:37

Thanks for this recommendation! I purchased one:-)


I paid about £160 for one about a year ago. For £72 the Abox is a bargain.
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