Nebula Cosmos Laser 4k Projector Review

Michelle

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Anker's sub-brand Nebula has just released its first fully functional portable 4K laser projector. The new Nebula Cosmos Laser 4k competes with many competitors in the market at a high price of $2,199. What kind of surprises will it perform for users? Let us take a look at the Nebula Cosmos Laser 4k projector reviews.
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Appearance
The Nebula Cosmos Laser 4k projector is mainly in bright black, with a rectangular parallelepiped. There is a portable handle on the top and ventilation holes on both sides. A red circle on the front lens as embellishment. On the whole, the Nebula Cosmos Laser 4k projector is a dignified and elegant portable high-end projector.

System
Nebula Cosmos 4K Laser projector runs Android TV 10, has a built-in 30W speaker setup, and supports dozens of popular streaming services and applications. You can watch random movie nights anytime and anywhere.
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Smart function
Nebula Cosmos 4K Laser projector supports HDR10 and seamless autofocus, so you don’t need to move forward or backward to get a clear picture. What's more, it supports automatic keystone correction, which can be easily set up even you don't place it on a tripod or fully center.

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The most important upgrade of the Nebula Cosmos 4K Laser projector is the laser projection method. It can project 4K video at 2400 ANSI lumens, which is higher than the last year's non-portable Cosmos Max. With bright light output, you can enjoy projecting entertainment without having to be in a dark room or wait until sunset or cover the curtain.

Audio
The Nebula Cosmos 4K Laser projector supports Dolby sound. Just combine Keystone correction, autofocus, and two integrated 10-watt and dual 5-watt speakers on each side for great sound, and you will get a spontaneous movie night.

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Is there any shortcoming of Nebula Cosmos 4K Laser projector? I think yes. It does not have an integrated battery like some of Nebula's early protectors, so it is not 100% portable because you still need a power source. In addition, although it does run Android TV 10, it needs to be plugged into the Anker streaming dongle on the back. What's more, although the company also offers a 1080p version priced at $1,599 for those who are interested, the price of $2199 for Nebula Cosmos 4K Laser projector is indeed not affordable for most people.

In general, the Nebula Cosmos Laser 4k projector has a higher light output and specifications than Nebula's previous products, but the price will make people think twice. Looking for more Nebula Cosmos Laser 4k projector reviews from users.
 

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