Anker Nebula Mars II Projector Tutorial: How to connect computer or cellphone?


Anker Nebula Mars II Projector clocks in at 300 lumens, which relegates it to only being used at night. Anker Nebula Mars II uses advanced DLP technology, and dual 10W speakers. Nebula Mars II has an autofocus function so you can set it to different distances and angles. In both cases, it just doesn't get bright enough to see the subject without straining your eyes. This projector can produce a 100-inch image when it's placed 10.1 feet from the wall or screen, making it perfect for a campsite or a backyard. There's also automatic keystone correction and focusing, so all you have to do is just place the projector down and let it do the work of making the image look great.

Anker Nebula Mars II Projector Tutorial: How to connect computer or cellphone?

How to connect Anker Nebula Mars II Projector to my computer/cellphone?

You can use Miracast to mirror your phone or connect to your device via USB, HDMI, etc. Just use the app to turn your phone into a remote control for comfortable viewing. There are 4 hours of video playback time, lectures and conferences.

Using the projector is a treat. It takes just a few moments to boot up, focus, and then start playing whatever media you have. If you're somewhere you have an Internet connection, you can use your favorite streaming services. Otherwise, just plug in an HDMI device or thumb drive and watch your movies that way.

And how's the picture quality? Great, in relative terms. This is a 720p projector, which won't blow you away, but it'll work well enough with all of your media. The projector can accept sources up to 1080p resolution, so leave your UHD Blu Ray rips at home. One more trick up its sleeve: the projector can pair with your smartphone and act as a Bluetooth speaker. The speakers are great given the size, and should be enough to keep everyone happy during movie time.