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Nebula Mars Portable Projector

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Take your home cinema with you while travelling. The Nebula Mars Portable Projector by Anker is the world's first portable cinema with the size of the lunch box that has a theatre quality. Don't let the size fool you, the device has 1.5Ghz Quad Core 8Gb System and 18,500 mAh battery which can you three hours of battery life. You can even charge your phone while watching. With apple airplay support, you can watch videos, play games and view your iPhone screen on the projector. 

It comes with a handy leather strap for carrying around and only weighs about 4 pounds. There's a tripod thread at the back of the device that enables mounting at your desired position. Along at the top, you'll find some handy navigation buttons in case you lose the remote control. Sliding down the cover turns on the portable gadget. The interface is user-friendly and very easy to use with the controller. The Nebula Mars features two JBL speakers with an excellent range of sound and gives you enough clarity and bass to watch your favourite movie. The native resolution is 1280 by 800, it delivers you sharp and clear videos. Featuring 3000-lumen lamp, you can watch it in a bright room without affecting the quality of the projector. This portable cinema is ideal for anyone who loves to outdoors or someone who enjoys the big screen.

Nebula Mars Portable Projector Frillstash
Nebula Mars Portable Projector Frillstash
Nebula Mars Portable Projector Frillstash
Nebula Mars Portable Projector Frillstash
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