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Anker Nebula Apollo Projector US$332.76 (~A$463.40) Delivered @ Amazon US


Anker Nebula Apollo, Wi-Fi Mini Projector, 200 ANSI Lumen Portable Projector, 6W Speaker, Movie Projector, 100 Inch Picture, 4-Hour Video Playtime, Neat Projector, Home Entertainment—Watch Anywhere

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USD(332.76) and AUD(468.34) payment options available.

I am using nebula capsule at the moment and pretty much happy with the quality.

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  • +3 votes

    its been $244 US on amazon.
    have been watching these

    • You're the camelx3 for this one

      • just been watching it, was going to buy it just not convinced was worth the cost plus shipping prior. was hoping it would get lower really, the older it gets

  • Can you hook these up to a Bluetooth sound bar?

  • Display Resolution 854x480 (16:9)

    • @GregFiona I noticed this too. But if you go to the comparison table at the bottom of the page it states "Resolution Full HD 1080p".
      Hmm which one is it?!

      • It’s the one I have written above :(
        If it was a Full HD projector they would
        be advertising it all over the place(title, description etc) as it’s a huge selling point.
        Just look up “Anker Nebula Apollo“ there are plenty of reviews and sites with it’s specs.

      • Native resolution is 854x480.
        However it does accept 1080p signals, but it output is still 480p.

        At this price, I still wouldn’t recommend this device

  • +4 votes

    Wow the resolution is horrible. Why is this a good device?

    • i guess for the size

    • The resolution isn't actually as bad as you would think.

      I've been using a Moto Mods - Insta-Share Projector which also has a resolution of 854x480. Before I got it I thought, this is going to be absolute garbage.
      But it's actually great for watching TV shows and Movies from bed by projecting it to the ceiling. It's one of the few tech products I've been quite impressed with.

      • Oh yeah perfectly fine from an integrated phone projector but for this standalone device it seems expensive for what it is.

    • i think this 1 is hand size and battery powered

    • +3 votes

      I bought the Blitzwolf one to see what a cheapie projector can offer nowadays. I have previously had only Panasonic home theatre projectors. For the price it's a great little unit. The image quality is really very good. However, the keystone is pretty average so that limits your ability to place the unit anywhere but directly in line with your screen/wall. Also the unit is loud, around 45-50db, I've already opened it up to see what fans i could replace the existing ones with, they aren't even screwed in, so potentially some sound deadening material would remove some of the whine, or if I can source them replace them with silent fans.

      Oh and no bluetooth etc only audio out.

      • Thanks for your feedback about the VP6. I’ve been interested in the keystone functionality as I plan to put it above a cabinet that is not perpendicular to the wall.

        My cabinet and wall are fixed items such that I am concerned that the distance will cause the projector might try to throw a 80-100 inch image on the wall, but I only have a wall space of 50-60 inches. Can it tighten the projector beam so it is less magnified?

        Thanks in advance!