Anker Nebula Capsule

The Anker Nebula Capsule is an all in one package. Similar devices are often much larger and require additional components in order to really function like external speakers, but the Anker Nebula Capsule has it all, and all in the size of a soda can. To be fair, the image brightness does leave just a little bit to be desired, but when you consider the size of the device, the ease of use, and the fact that it includes high quality speakers, it’s easy to be a little bit forgiving and simply draw the curtains a little tighter. It’s perfect for everything from office presentations on the road to turning your campsite into a movie theater. And at around $350 from Anker it’s accessibly priced.
Buy From Anker / $350
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