The highly-rated and remarkably powerful Anker Nebula Capsule smart Wi-Fi projector is currently available to purchase with a $78 discount applied. The deal lets you pick up this gorgeous miniature projector for just $221.99.

This hardware may be small but it is definitely mighty. It offers remarkable clarity and contrast by using DLP’s advanced IntelliBright algorithms to deliver a super-bright 100 ANSI-lumen image. This type of image is recommended to be used in dimmer environments so don’t expect this to give an experience as you’d get in high-end theatres in all lighting conditions.

The projector is also equipped with a powerful omnidirectional speaker that allows the miniature projector to pump out extremely enjoyable sound. This is the perfect projector to be able to enjoy your favourite movies, TV shows, and more with a screen experience that is capable of expanding up to 100-inches in size. Anker has also ensured that the Nebula runs Android 7.1 under-the-hood, which means that you get access to reliability as well as the ability to run various apps with ease.

One of the great things about this hardware is that it is extremely versatile when it comes to taking inputs and connections. You can play content from HDMI and USB ports, and you can forgo wires to stream content via AirPlay, Miracast, or Bluetooth. And if you can’t find the accompanying remote, you also get access to an accompanying app to make things extremely easy.

If you have been waiting to get your hands on a new projector or have been thinking about investing in one for the first time, then this could be the perfect deal for you. Granted, this is a small miniature offering but it’s extremely powerful and comes highly recommended. Grab it right now from the direct link below.

Buy: Anker Nebula Capsule Smart Wi-Fi Projector from Amazon: $221.99 | Original price: $299.95

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