Anker's Nebula Mars II is a portable projector that lets you bring a screen pretty much anywhere you go, and now that it's on sale for just $369.99 on Amazon, it's worth some serious consideration. At $130 off, today's deal marks one of the best prices this projector has ever had; it more commonly sells for $500.
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Anker Nebula Mars II Portable Projector
The projector has 300 lumens of brightness, 720p DLP technology, and two 10W drivers to create cinematic sound wherever you are. It uses Android 7.1 to access YouTube, Netflix, and other apps.
$499.99 $130 off
Anker's Nebula Mars II projector is capable of creating an HD picture with up to 1280 x 720 resolution and features 300 ANSI lm brightness and 720p DLP IntelliBright technology for an improved image. Its integrated dual 10W audio drivers offer powerful sound, and there's even an autofocus feature which will enhance the picture automatically whenever the projector is moved to a new location.
Thanks to Android 7.1 built-in, you can easily stream content from services like Netflix, Hulu and YouTube without needing a separate streaming device like the Amazon Fire TV Stick, as well as newer streaming services like Disney+ and Apple TV+. You'll need that access because a lot of those services don't allow themselves to be screencast from a device to a projector like this.
Compared to the original model, the Mars II adds an extra hour of run time, the auto-focus feature mentioned above, and comes with a lower price tag. Our review of the device can illuminate a few more of its pros and cons if you're searching for more information.
Shipping at Amazon is free with the purchase of the Nebula Mars II, though you'd receive your order even faster if you had an Amazon Prime membership. Start a free 30-day trial today and you'll earn free two-day shipping as well as access to perks like the Prime Video streaming service, exclusive members-only discounts, and more.
For an even more affordable pick, you can find the Nebula Prizm II on sale today for $199.99. It's not as portable as the Mars II but it offers a 1080p picture and the included carrying case makes it easy to store or tote around when needed.
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