Nebula Capsule II Android TV Projector Review


Buy it on Amazon (affiliate link) – Anker updated their Nebula Capsule to a new version that integrates an official Android TV installation running Android 9.0. Its 720p DLP LED projector also supports HDMI inputs too. It’s nice but pricey and lacks support for Netflix at the time of this recording. See more projectors: and subscribe!

0:00 – Intro
00:49 – Hardware
01:04 – Price
01:34 – Brightness
02:21 – Tech Specs
02:34 – Weight
02:40 – Battery life
03:00 – Ports
03:40 – Remote Control
04:01 – Aux Out
04:22 – Bluetooth Speaker Mode
04:41 – Control Buttons
05:22 – Tripod Mount
05:48 – Projector Test / Android TV
06:27 – Autofocus
07:21 – Keystone Adjustment
08:52 – Google Assistant
09:33 – Gaming: Goat Simlulator
09:47 – Gaming: Pacman 256
09:53 – 3dMark Ice Storm Extreme Benchmark Test
10:48 – No Netflix or Prime Video
12:16 – Chromecast
13:01 – HDHomerun
13:44 – HDMI Input for game consoles
14:28 – Input lag
15:16 – Conclusion

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