If you're not sure whether you should watch movies in the living room or the bedroom, why not settle for a portable projector that you can place wherever you want? Anker's Nebula Mars II mobile projector is currently on sale, down to just $330 on eBay.
Anker produces a few portable projectors under its 'Nebula' sub-brand, like the Android-powered Mars II and the cheaper Prizm II. Both of those models are now on sale, at $160 off and $70 off, respectively.
Binging TV shows and movies has been one of the favored ways to pass the time while we're at home, and now you can do so in size and style with Anker's Nebula Mars II, on sale right now for $330 with a coupon code.
Are you missing the days of regular visits to the movie theater while we all do our best to self-isolate? Thankfully, we have a deal on the Nebula Mars II portable projector from Anker that might be just the thing to bring a little of that movie theater magic to your isolation-induced binge-watching. Right now, you can pick one up for only $369.99, which is a savings of $130 off the MSRP.
Anker has been producing Android-based portable projectors for a few years, and the Mars II is one of the company's more powerful units. It originally cost a whopping $500 when it was released in late 2018, but now you can get one from Amazon-owned Woot for just $349.99.
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.
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.
Anker launched its first Android-powered portable projector about a year ago, the Nebula Mars. Since then, it also released the smaller Nebula Capsule, a sequel to the original Mars, and a Mars without Android. The two latter models, as well as the original, are heavily discounted for today only.