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Anker's Android projector and Bluetooth speaker combo is no bigger than a soda can

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The Nebula Capsule can be had for $199

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Anker just launched its tiny Nebula Capsule projector on Indiegogo that can also be used as a battery-powered 360-degree Bluetooth speaker. Measuring just 4.7 by 2.7 inches, it's roughly the size of a 12-ounce-soda can, making it a lot smaller than Anker’s other Android-lovin’ projector. It also maxes out at a 854 x 480 pixel resolution. And because it runs Android 7.0 Nougat, you can load it up with apps like Netflix, YouTube, and Spotify to stream media over Wi-Fi from pretty much anywhere you damn-well please. But at just 100 lumens bright, you'll need a dark room to fully enjoy the projected image.

The Nebula Capsule features a battery that will power the projector for about 2.5 hours, or 40 hours of Bluetooth audio from the device's 5-speaker configuration. It can be recharged in under 90 minutes, according to Anker. Otherwise, it offers HDMI input and built-in wireless streaming support for Airplay, Chromecast, and Miracast.

This wee projector / speaker combo is available in black or red and available on Indiegogo starting today for the super early bird pricing of $199 (before rising to $269 later), which sound about right for the listed specs.