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.

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

The Mars II Pro delivers a brightness of up to 300 ANSI lumens, which is enough for most rooms that are dark enough. The projector is capable of displaying images from 30 to 150 inches in size in 720p, and comes with two built-in speakers. Its 12,500mAh battery should provide about three hours of playback time, which is more than enough for most movies. Lastly, the device is powered by Android, making it easier to find content to play.

If you’re interested in getting the Nebula Mars II, make sure you read our review to know more about the device.

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

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