If you’re looking for 360-degree surround sound and high-quality picture clarity packed inside a small and compact unit, the Anker Nebula Capsule fits the bill. This little guy is less than five inches tall and on sale for $222 (was $300),
This small but mighty device can project up to 100 inches (just over eight feet) onto a flat surface with 100 ANSI Lumens of brightness and just the right picture clarity for watching movies outdoors at night. The digital projector also features HDMI and USB ports, so you can connect it to a Blu-ray player, a video game console, or a streaming device like a Fire TV Stick.
This Anker Nebula Capsule even has Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, letting you stream and mirror your favorite movies, TV shows, and songs from your smartphone or laptop. This mini digital projector even runs on Android, so you can watch Netflix and YouTube out-of-the-box. With up to 30 hours of battery life, you’ll have hours of entertainment in the palm of your hands.
Happy customers rave about everything from this projector's picture quality to portable size. "This thing is tiny. It’s the size of a soda can. So I was skeptical that the images would be very good. Boy was I wrong!” wrote a five-star reviewer. “The sun hadn’t even went down yet and we were playing it out on our terrace and the image was still bright and vibrant. The ability to download apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime and Plex is huge!”
A fellow fan called the Anker Nebula Capsule a "revolutionary product," adding that it "can work for hours on battery" and "has a very convenient and truly wireless setup."
Again, this sale is just for today. Grab a soda can-sized projector at a hefty discount while you still can!
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