The Anker Nebula Capsule Max Projector builds upon the pocket-sized design of Capsule and unleashes its true potential. With a stunning 720p, 200 ANSI lumen image, Capsule Max ushers in true high-definition portable entertainment.
The Capsule Max brings an array of upgrades to the original capsule. The resolution is upgraded to 720p, the bulb is brighter, it features autofocus and automatic keystone correction. These make it the perfect travel entertainment system.
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This is great for the bedroom, as instead of having the cuddle round a mobile phone, we can now display a movie on the wall. The 8W speaker means we can still hear the projector even if it’s far away. If you wanted, you could turn off the projector and just use this as a Bluetooth speaker.
It uses Android 8.1 but lacks Chromecast support. Though this is covered by the Nebula app which can be used to cast stuff to the projector. There is a built-in HDMI port, so you can connect your devices to the projector directly, including your phone and games console.
The battery life is 4 hours, when wifi isn’t being used, or 3 when in use. This is just enough for a movie and a bit of browsing. I found I prefer to use this in smaller situations rather than large group viewings.
These upgrades come at a cost, the size is a lot bigger than previous models. This more resembles a pint glass, then a can of coke. The price makes it a bit more expensive than previous models.
If you find yourself in the need for an Android project, I think there are better cheaper options. Though the Anker Nebula Capsule Max Projector is an all-in-one solution with specs that can’t be sniffed at. But the new Cosmos Max is a 1080p projector for around the same price point.