Initially known for producing power banks and various other accessories, Anker continued to grow to become a fairly respected company. In fact, the company has even branched to a quite number of new brands: there is Zolo who plays in the audio segment, then Eufy in the realm of smart home, and the most recent is the Nebula, which so far two-ish products.
Their first product is Mars Nebula, which is basically a combination of Bluetooth projectors and speakers in a portable form. Besides being innovative, Mars is also special because it is powered by the Android operating system.
After a few months, Anker was ready with a new product from the Nebula line. Nicknamed Capsule, it is actually the little sister from Mars. So small, the size is not bigger than canned drinks, but at the same time still functions as a projector and Bluetooth speaker.
The Nebula Capsule then blessed us with the presence of a new sibling. The second generation, Anker Nebula Capsule II officially announced with a series of new features that are more promising. While maintaining the same design as the first generation, Anker Nebula Capsule II is now increasingly qualified with the ability to project images at higher resolutions.
Anker Nebula Capsule II can project sharper images at 720p HD resolution, while Anker Nebula Capsule can only produce images at 854 x 480 pixel resolution. The latest addition is also powered by a battery that has a capacity of 10000mAh.
The battery can be used for about 3 hours. To refill a large capacity battery, Anker now complements Nebula Capsule II with USB-C connectivity. Thanks to this connectivity, the batteries can be recharged faster through fast recharge technology from Anker.
Like the older version, Anker Nebula Capsule II also keeps in running the Android TV operating system with the support of Google Chromecast function. The difference is, Anker Nebula Capsule II now supports the Google Assistant virtual feature so that it can be navigated through voice commands.
The Capsule II is also getting brighter lights with lighting levels of up to 200 lumens and carrying more powerful integrated speakers with 8W sound output. For connectivity, this tiny projector has been equipped with HDMI ports, USB, Aux-out, WiFi and Bluetooth. In order to take this projector home, you need to pledge $ 399 through their Kickstarter page.
Nebula Capsule II