Nebula Mars II Portable Projector

The Matrix wasn't meant to be watched on an iPad. That's why you need this new portable projector - the Nebula - by Anker Mars II. Improving on its predecessor, new features include an auto-focus capable of delivering sharp 720p imaging, four hours of battery life, an internal Android 7.1 operating system, dual 10W speakers, HDMI and USB inputs and a compact and efficient design that makes traveling with this little guy a breeze. If you're looking to deliver home theater quality movie streaming on the go, than be sure to check out the Nebula. Shipping now on Amazon.com.
Buy From Anker Mars II / $430
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