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    Anker’s mini projector with Android built in is $80 off

    Anker’s mini projector with Android built in is $80 off


    The Nebula Capsule is the one to beat

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    The Anker Nebula Capsule is our favorite mini projector, and it’s over $80 off right now on Amazon. At $264.99, this is the lowest price we’ve seen on this portable projector yet, which runs on Android and has access to the Google Play Store. This means that plugging your phone, laptop, or streaming stick into its HDMI port is not necessary, as the projector can play content from Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and other video streaming services.

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    Save $80 with offer code CAPSULEV on Amazon.

    $264.99 $349.99

    This mini projector is said to last up to four hours per charge. If you want to stream content but don’t have Wi-Fi access, the Nebula Capsule supports AirPlay and Miracast (but not Google Cast). The Nebula Capsule can splash a 100-inch image at a resolution of 854 x 480 that is serviceable, though it doesn’t have the brightest or clearest picture compared to more expensive models that we’ve tested.

    Anker’s mini projector wins over the rest, thanks to its low price, excellent speaker, bespoke Android operating system, and Bluetooth functionality that lets you use it as a speaker for up to 30 hours of playback.