The Anker brand has launched its new Nebula Capsule II projector in a financing campaign through Kickstarter, a very interesting product due to its design and small size as well by its specifications. No doubt a flashy DLP projector that also integrates Android TV 9 as operating system which provides many options, such as Chromecast integrated with what must have Google certification. The project does not comment anything about Netflix with what is supposed to have no certificates to see it in HD quality.
The Nebula Capsule II is a compact projector with DLP technology that has native resolution is HD of 1280 × 720 pixels, has a brightness of 200 ANSI Lumens with OSRAM lamp with IntelliBright technology, the contrast is still undefined. The focus is automatic and also the trapezoidal correction, we can get a screen up to 100″. This small projector includes a pair of 8W speakers in its chassis with bass boost that gives us twice the power of the first version of the Capsule.
The Nebula Capsule II projector has enough hardware to move Android TV 9, so we can expect a classic Quad Core Cortex-A53 configuration with 2GB of RAM. In the section of WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity that is compatible with a Gamepad that can be purchased separately. In terms of connectivity we found a USB Type-A port, another USB 3.0 Type-C port with support for fast charging up to 30W with the included Anker charger, HDMI input and 3.5mm audio jack.
This Pico projector comes with an included Bluetooth remote compatible with Google Assistant so we can give you voice commands.
- If you have questions about this kind of devices you can consult our Technical Guide about Projectors.
Price and availability
- The Nebula Capsule II projector can be purchased on Kickstarter from $399 (€347) in your campaign.