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Woot offering up to $170 off Anker Nebula projectors in one-day sale

If you're looking for an Android-powered projector — which, if you're reading this, you most likely are — Anker's Nebula line is probably on your short list. Woot has two of last year's portable Nebula projectors at deep discounts today: the Mars II is down to $329.99, while the smaller Capsule is $219.99.

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4 of our favorite tech deals this week: free Home Mini, projector savings, and more

November is upon us, and you know what that means: Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and all those tempting end-of-month deals are already within sight. As we look forward to fretting about whether or not we'll be equipped to grab all the hottest deals around, we've got a few early offers to help ease us in to the mindset, with a few compelling deals surfacing over the course of the past week.

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[Deal Alert] Anker Nebula Mars II projector with Android is $370 ($130 off) on Amazon

The Nebula Mars II is Anker's latest portable projector. It's big, bright, and can run Android apps. The Mars II normally retails for $499.99, but from now until November 6th, you can get it for $369.99 on Amazon.

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[Deal Alert] Anker Nebula Mars II Android projector is $400 ($200 off), Mars Lite is $230 ($170 off)

We recently reviewed Anker's Nebula Mars II, the company's new flagship portable projector. It's bright, loud, and runs full Android 7.1 Nougat. However, the MSRP of $499 was a bit pricey. Anker is now discounting the Mars II and the Mars Lite (a cheaper version with no Android OS) at $399.99 and $229.99, respectively.

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Anker Nebula Mars II review: Another good Android projector

Slightly over a year ago, I reviewed Anker's first Android-powered portable projector, the Nebula Mars. It packed a bright projector and JBL speakers into a small package, and the $599.99 price reflected that. The heavily-modified build of Android 4.4 worked decently well, but app compatibility was limited, since most apps have stopped supporting KitKat.

Anker then released the $350 Nebula Capsule, a smaller (and dimmer) projector that doubled as a Bluetooth speaker. It was more expensive than competing devices, but it was also much better than all of them. The excellent build quality, decent projection brightness, and newer software (based on Android 7.1) made it a great product.

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