Spring Is Near So Time For Outdoor Movie Night With an Anker Nebula Projector—As Much As $80 Off

Up to $80 on mini portable Nebula projectors from Anker.

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Anker Nebula Mars II Pro 500 ANSI Lumen Portable Projector | $470 | Amazon
Anker Nebula Apollo 200 ANSI Lumen Mini Projector | $300 | Amazon

With projectors becoming more affordable with better tech in a smaller package, it’s now easier than ever to set up an impromptu outdoor movie night. The warm weather is on its way so break out the beach chairs from the garage and cast your favorite movies and TV shows on the side of your house. Anker has a couple of different offerings in their Nebula projectors.

The Mars II Pro 500 ANSI lumen portable projector can output at 720p and provide cinematic sound utilizing its dual 10 audio drivers. The built-in handle makes it easy to schlep around to and from a friend’s house. The projector is running Android 7.1 which means you can download and run all your favorite media apps including YouTube, Netflix, and more right from the projector. The Mars II Pro has a coupon you can click on the item page, bringing the price down to just $470.

The Anker Nebula Apollo is a mini Wi-Fi 200 lumen projector. Despite its small stature the size of a standard Bluetooth speaker, It can produce a picture up to 100" across. It’s easy to transport around and like the other model is running Android 7.1 so enjoy the countless media apps you can add without the need for a dongle of some kind. You can enjoy all the best movies and shows on this projector for the discounted price of just $300 after clipping the coupon on the item page.

Speaking of dongles though, maybe you’re not in the market for a projector right now. If you just need an easy way to run all your favorite apps on your TV, you’ll be happy to know the Nebula 4K streaming dongle is also on sale. A 13% discount at $60 makes this its lowest price ever. It supports HDR and 4K so you can get the best viewing experience.

This story was originally published by Joe Tilleli on 03/18/2022 and updated with new information on 03/19/2022.