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Posted 29 December 2022

Anker Nebula Capsule Mini Projector £239.99 with voucher - Sold By AnkerDirect UK / Fulfilled By Amazon

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I just posted a deal that quickly disappeared for a renewed Nebula (immediately became unavailable) but noticed the new one is available with a £100 off voucher. You can also get £80 off the max but that still comes out at £389.

  • Remarkable Clarity and Contrast: DLP's advanced IntelliBright algorithms deliver a remarkably bright 100 ANSI-lumen image. (Recommended for use in dimmer environments.)
  • 360° Speaker: Equipped with a powerful omnidirectional speaker, this mini projector pumps out sound all around.
  • Home Entertainment: Enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows, and more up to 100 inches big anywhere in your home thanks to this mini-projector’s soda can-sized design.
  • Android 7.1: Run streaming and media apps flawlessly from this mini-projector. Seamlessly display content from Netflix, Youtube, and more on your mini projector for endless entertainment.
  • NOTE: Copyrighted content from Hulu, Netflix, and similar services CAN NOT be mirrored or screencast. Download and use the apps directly through Capsule portable projector to view copyrighted content from these providers. Chromecast is not supported. For peak performance, please update to the latest firmware.
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    Got a smaller bedroom right now with a not great sharp 32inch. Would this be an upgrade? Have a big space to project on and blackout blinds
    I imagine your 32” TV is either HD Ready, or full HD; this projector obviously will cover a bigger area, but with a lower resolution: 854 x 480. I’d avoid this.
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    5 year old tech for that money
    Size aside, 5 years ago we already had plenty of full HD projectors. This is more like 10-year-old-technology.
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    I was looking at getting the Mars II Pro but went with a XGIMI Mogo pro as its 1080p and 300 ansi lumens and had a £88 off voucher against it at the time bringing it down from £439 to £351. XGIMI MoGo Pro, Mini Portable... amazon.co.uk/dp/B08V8BNBSX?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share (edited)
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    100ansi seems low but assume it's hard to get much higher in a portable package at this price ?
    I think the Max and the Nebula II are 200ansi, but the II is pretty much double the price and the Max is about £150 more.
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    A native resolution of 854 x 480?! Unless you’re only watching old TV programmes, that’s not going to look great at all. (edited)
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    49177073-UfkmR.jpgWhat about this one? Which is better?

    argos.co.uk/pro…163 what about this one? Which is better?? (edited)
    Are you sure you want a projector with a low resolution? Everything will look fuzzy - and especially fuzzy due to the large surface area.
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    This one seems to have 200 lumens, correct me if this is more upgraded version?
    Lumens and ANSI lumins not the same
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