Anker is set to enhance the portable projector market with the introduction of the Nebula Capsule 3. This upcoming projector is not only compact but also boasts a full 1080p resolution for crystal-clear visuals. Scheduled to launch on November 20, the Capsule 3 is poised to build on the success of its predecessor, delivering both Google TV and Netflix streaming capabilities—a first for portable projectors, as claimed by Anker alongside the Mars 3 Air.
The Capsule 3's longevity is noteworthy, with a light source designed to last for 30,000 hours, paired with a maximum brightness of 200 ANSI lumens. Its throw ratio stands at 1.2, and it is equipped with convenient features like autofocus and automatic keystone correction.
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Portability is a key aspect of the Capsule 3, thanks to its 52Wh battery which supports up to 150 minutes of video playback on a single charge, and can deliver an impressive 8 hours of music playback. The device can be fully recharged within three hours via a USB-C connection, ensuring that it is ready to go when you are.
Sound quality hasn't been overlooked either. The projector incorporates dual 8W speakers, providing robust audio that complements the visual experience. Connectivity options are ample with support for Bluetooth 5.0, HDMI, USB-C, USB-A, and AUX ports, catering to a variety of multimedia needs. Moreover, users can effortlessly control the projector with its companion app available for both iOS and Android devices.
Tipping the scales at just 0.85kg, the Anker Nebula Capsule 3's design is reminiscent of a soda can, emphasizing its convenience for users on the move. With all these features, the projector will hit the market at $549 in the United States, aiming to be the go-to choice for those seeking a portable yet powerful projection solution.