Anker Nebula Capsule II Smart Mini Projector



Who doesn’t love an outdoor cinema? That was the first thing we enthused over when we moved house last summer, only our old projector and makeshift screen didn’t cut the mustard, so we resorted to sticking a tv in the treehouse, which somewhat detracted from the romance. Watching your favourite film projected on the wall, canvas, or ceiling – of your chosen home (or garden, or campsite) cinema is so much better.

Nebula Capsule II

The Nebula Capsule 2 by Anker is a small and portable projector. You can connect to this device via auxiliary, HDMI, Bluetooth, wifi, USB and USBc. The Nebula Capsule 2 can project images from 20, all the way up to 100 inches away without struggling. I was very impressed at the auto focus and how quickly it will sort itself when moving the unit around. The device also compensates very well for any tilt the device or the surface you’re projecting onto has.

Optoma UHD300X 4K Ultra HD projector

As cinema continues to become more and more spectacular, home entertainment systems battle each other to offer the most stunning and immersive experience of that glory from your sofa. Of course, every time they raise the bar, cinema has to push itself again to convince people to pay for seats and not just stream at home. On and on it goes, and Optoma has brought out a projector to compete in this race.

Benq GV1 Portable Projector

When unpacking the Benq GV1 portable projector you would be forgiven for thinking it was a portable speaker, it has a similar design with its wrap-around speaker grill, however its lens and tilting head are a giveaway as to its real function. This compact little projector measures up at 80mm x 155mm x 80mm, weighs just 708g and comes with a remote (essential for controlling the projector) and carry bag.