Projectors have always been the preferred way to get truly large sizesHome theater experience, but their size and high price tag have always made them a solution for home theater fanatics. A lot of changes have taken place in the past few years. Although Anker’s new Nebula Cosmos Laser 4K projector is not cheap, it is undoubtedly the easiest way to set up a private movie theater anywhere inside or outside the home.
Like its chargers, spare batteries and even wireless earplugs, Anker is a brand that has become synonymous with quality and performance at a very competitive price. This continues to the company’s Nebula brand projector series, include Portable projector the size of a soup can Provide a stable large-screen experience at a price of about $700-assuming you can wait until dark to use them.This The Anker Nebula Capsule II R2-D2 version projector we tested last year It is a highly portable all-in-one solution, but with a brightness of only 200 ANSI lumens, you need a very dark room to create a larger image than most TVs.
By 2022, Anker will launch the ultimate portable home theater solution: New Nebula Universe Laser 4K projector. Cosmos looks like a car battery in a stylish housing with a handle on top. It uses ALPD 3.0 laser technology to generate 4K resolution images And 2,400 ANSI lumens.This is the same as brightness XGIMI halo short throw laser projector, Enable in our test It creates an image over 150 The inch-sized walls are still visible during the day. The result of the new nebula universe may not be so bright and strong, Given that it needs to be projected from the entire room, even if the room is illuminated by natural light outside, you can still expect to be able to use it.
To simplify its setup, Nebula Cosmos will Automatically perform keystone correction and alignment correction to generate a perfect rectangular image, and adjust the focus by yourself In just three seconds. Not having to perform manual calibration every time it is moved to another room is a big advantage.
The projector can be connected to a suitable surround sound speaker setup, but it also includes a pair of side-emitting 30-watt speakers, so additional speakers are not always needed. It can also run on Android TV 10, so users can install apps for their favorite games or streaming services. One of the challenges of Anker projectors Because they are not officially approved Netflix devices, Therefore, users need to jump over obstacles or rely on other streaming media hardware to use the service.SecondUsing Nebula Cosmos Anker obviously includes a 4K streaming dongle, uh, solve That question.
As for pricing, maybe one day we can buy 4K laser projectors for less than a dollar, but that day has not yet arrived. Nebula Cosmos is priced at US$2,200 (compared to XGIMI Halo), But at the time of publication, you will not be able to get it through Anker’s website. Instead, the company is crowdfunding Nebula Cosmos through a Kickstarter campaign launched on January 1. 11. Although it sounds like Anker uses the platform more as a collection preOrders, because shipping will not start until March.