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We tell you about portable projectors all the time. People love them because they're easy to carry around and you can connect a cell phone to instantly beam its display onto a wall, screen, or any other flat surface. But the Nebula Mars Portable Cinema is something entirely different. Something new an exciting. In fact, we've never seen anything like this device before.

This compact device features an incredibly bright 3,000 lumen lamp that projects HD images up to 150-inches in diameter. That's probably about twice the size of the biggest HDTV you've ever seen. It has a massive 19,500 mAh battery that can power 3 straight hours of continuous playback, and dual 10W JBL speakers delivering sound quality that truly surprised us when we tried out our test unit. Also of note, iPhones and Android phones can connect wirelessly to the Mars. So, unlike most projectors, you won't need to buy or carry another cable to use it.

Nebula likely isn't a name you've heard before, but it is a name you can trust. It's a new brand owned by Anker, a very highly regarded accessory maker that just about everyone knows and loves. If you're looking for a portable home theater and not just another tiny smartphone projector, this thing is going to blow your mind.

Here are some highlights from the product page:

  • Brilliantly Defined Picture: A groundbreaking 3000 lumen lamp delivers a crisp 800p picture with enhanced contrast for sharp, clear daytime viewing.
  • JBL Audio: Dual 10W speakers flood any room with high-fidelity sound.
  • Extended Viewing Time: A revolutionary 19500 mAh battery, a first for a projector this compact, delivers an unrivalled 3 hours of non-stop cinema.
  • Total Connectivity: Wireless cast to seamlessly stream content from iOS and Android devices.
  • What's in the Box: Nebula Mars, power adapter, manual, remote, 12-month warranty and our friendly customer service.

Nebula Mars Portable Cinema, Home Theater, Multi-media Player, 150 inches HD, 3000 Lumens, 4K s…: $599.99

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