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BenQ's new portable projectors have Android TV and 2.1 channel audio built right in

BenQ's new portable projectors have Android TV and 2.1 channel audio built right in

BenQ has just revealed two new portable projectors with built-in 2.1 channel audio and Android TV — and we mean Android TV, not Google TV. The way that last bit works is kind of curious. But before we push our full reviews, let's dive into some of the details for both of these new battery-powered models.

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This Android-powered portable projector is $180 off for Prime Day

This Android-powered portable projector is $180 off for Prime Day

If you enjoy watching movies and series in different places, a portable projector is the perfect companion for you. Anker's Nebula Mars II is a great choice, and it's currently down to just $370, which is $180 less than its usual price.

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An essential tool for students and educators is coming to Chromebooks — here's how to try it early

An essential tool for students and educators is coming to Chromebooks — here's how to try it early

It's been many months since we covered Projector for Chromebooks — an upcoming presentation tool for students and educators. Google has since been working behind the scenes to finish up this new feature for Chromebooks, and thanks to a recent update, we have a near-finalized look at how it plans to amp up online presentations.

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Chrome OS is getting presentation-ready with new native tools

Chrome OS is getting presentation-ready with new native tools

It's been around a year since the global pandemic forced students across the country to shift to distance learning and online presentations in a virtual setting. With schools rapidly adopting Chromebooks thanks to Google's attractive platform, the developers at Google are working on native tools for Chrome OS to help students and teachers amp up their online presentations.

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Watch your favorite shows anywhere you want with Anker's Nebula Capsule Max portable projector for $376 ($94 off)

Watch your favorite shows anywhere you want with Anker's Nebula Capsule Max portable projector for $376 ($94 off)

The COVID-19 pandemic is leading many of us to watch more content, and sometimes in different places than at home. Because of this, it's not always easy to have several TV sets, let alone smart ones. Thankfully, portable projectors can solve this issue, as they can be easily carried anywhere. In addition to being compact, Anker's Nebula Capsule Max runs on Android, making it seamless to access content on the go. It traditionally sells for $470, but it's now down to just $376.

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Epson's new batch of laser projectors include a couple with built-in Android TV

Epson's new batch of laser projectors include a couple with built-in Android TV

Epson, the world's number one projector manufacturer, introduced its first projector running Android TV earlier this year. Now the company is back with two more powerful projectors that introduce Android TV to its EpiqVision line, along with additional perks like an audio system custom designed by Yamaha.

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Today only: Grab Anker's Nebula Mars II mobile projector for just $330 ($130 off)

Today only: Grab Anker's Nebula Mars II mobile projector for just $330 ($130 off)

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.

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Save up to 34% off Anker's Android-powered projectors in Amazon's Deal of the Day

Save up to 34% off Anker's Android-powered projectors in Amazon's Deal of the Day

Anker makes a series of projectors under its Nebula branding, and we really liked the Nebula Capsule II when we reviewed it last year. Today, Amazon is offering up a variety of Nebula projectors running Android with savings of up to 34% off — including the brand-new Cosmos Max with 4K HDR10 support and 1500 lumens.

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Anker’s new 1080p Nebula Cosmos Android TV projector goes on sale at a premium price

Anker’s new 1080p Nebula Cosmos Android TV projector goes on sale at a premium price

Anker-owned Nebula has a pretty extensive projector lineup, and we liked its portable Capsule II a fair bit even though it wasn’t particularly affordable. The brand stepped into a more premium tier late last year with its Android TV-enabled Cosmos range that offered both an FHD and a 4K model. Now the lower-end option is going up for sale in the US, and early buyers can knock 10% off the hefty price tag using a coupon code.

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Anker's Nebula Mars II projector with Android is $340 ($160 off) for today only

Anker's Nebula Mars II projector with Android is $340 ($160 off) for today only

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.

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