Nebula Capsule Is A Portable Projector Giving You A Home Theater Anywhere You Want
We’ve all used a projector before. Big, loud, hot, and annoyingly hard to use. Well, thanks to the Nebula Capsule, projector woes are no more. All the display power you need and more is condensed into a device the size of a soda can. This gadget is built to ensure your projecting needs are not only met but exceeded. Complete with 360o sound and a dedicated app, the Nebula Capsule is sure to please.
Despite its tiny size, the Nebula Capsule is capable of projecting a crisp, 100”, picture onto the projection screen or smooth surface. Coupled with a 4-hour playtime (can be used while plugged in as well) you’ll be able to mirror, stream, and view without limitations. The built in Anker speakers are uniquely crafted to provide 360o sound that sounds great no matter where you are sitting. The picture that is projected is DLP regulated to produce high-quality, vivid pictures.
The Nebula Capsule is paired with a dedicated app available on Google Play and the Apple App Store. This allows you to seamlessly run your device of choice with the projector for a great and simple experience. Use screen mirroring to display what your phone does or connect a variety of external devices via USB or HDMI for more options. A streaming box, Blu-Ray Player, gaming console, or external hard drive are just some of the many things you can project with your Nebula Capsule.
Crafted inside an aluminum body, the Nebula Capsule is built to last and sturdy enough to take anywhere. Weighing in at just 15 ounces and the size of a soda can, you can take it with you in a small bag or by hand with ease. We all know that technology is sometimes buggy, so the manufacturer also offers a 12-month warranty to back up their product. A great way to put your mind at ease that your Nebula Capsule will be projecting for a long time. Great for movie nights, gaming sessions, or another monitor, the Nebula Capsule by Anker provides a compact, powerful solution that pushes the boundaries of projecting as we know it.