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Mars II Pro

  • Brighter is Better: DLP IntelliBright technology projects a radiant 500-ANSI-lumen image at razor-sharp 720p for breathtaking video clarity.
  • Cinematic Sound: Dual 10W audio drivers work together to deliver sensational sound and deep, resonant bass for a truly immersive outdoor projector movie experience.
  • Expand Your Entertainment: Plug and play your favorite HDMI and USB 2.0 devices, including laptops, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and more.
  • All Your Favorites: Watch YouTube, Netflix, and more with Android 7.1 for hours of awesome content on your portable projector.
  • NOTE: Copyrighted content from Hulu, Netflix, and similar services CANNOT be mirrored or screencast. Download and use the apps directly through Mars to view copyrighted content from these providers. Chromecast is not supported.

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Nebula Mars II Pro

With Mars II Pro, your world just got a whole lot brighter.

A radiant 500 ANSI lumen HD image, Android 7.1, and horizontal and vertical keystoning ensure Mars II Pro delivers a premier cinematic experience you can enjoy anywhere with those who matter most.

  • 500 ANSI lm
  • HD Picture
  • Dual 10W Speakers
  • Horizontal and Vertical Keystoning
  • Extensive Connectivity
  • Android 7.1

 

Brighter is Better

See your favorite movies and shows in even greater detail with the 500 ANSI lumen LED lamp.

Watch Anywhere

With horizontal and vertical keystoning, you can project a squared, stable image onto almost any surface.

Android 7.1

Choose from thousands of apps with Android 7.1 and enjoy your favorite content.

Control with Your Phone

Transform your phone into a remote control with the Nebula Connect app.

Extensive Compatibility

Connect and watch content from HDMI and USB devices or mirror content from your phone with Miracast.

Blockbuster Sound

Powerful dual 10W speakers fill the entire room with sound for true cinematic immersion.

 

 
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Color Selection

Black

Black, Red

Black

Black

Projection Technology

DLP

DLP

DLP

DLP

Brightness

200 ANSI lm

100 ANSI lm

300 ANSI lm

500 ANSI lm

Resolution

1280x720 (16:9, HD)

854x480 (16:9)

1280x720 (16:9, HD)

1280x720 (16:9, HD)

Projection Size

20-100 in

20-100 in

30-150 in

30-150 in

Operating System

Android TV 9.0

Android 7.1

Android 7.1

Android 7.1

Speaker

1× 8W (270°)

1× 5W (360°)

2× 10W

2× 10W

Video Playtime

2.5 hours

4 hours

4 hours

3 hours

Connectivity

HDMI, USB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Chromecast

HDMI, USB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Screen Mirroring

HDMI, USB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Screen Mirroring

HDMI, USB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Screen Mirroring

Focus

Automatic (1 second)

Manual

Automatic (1 second)

Automatic

 

Customer Reviews

Based on 157 reviews
76%
(120)
24%
(37)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
M
Misty C.
Great backyard projector

We bought this to do backyard movies and television. We live in a garden home neighborhood, which means we're close to our neighbors and their lights and have plenty of streetlights and other light pollution. Even with all that, once the sun sets, this projector does a fabulous job. We often have the fire pit going or the lights on in the gazebo, and there's still a great clear picture. The only time you really need a truly dark environment is with shows or movies that have a very dark ambience-- for some episodes of the Mandalorian, for example, we needed to kill the gazebo lights to see it well. Finding Nemo did not need such considerations. We do typically run the projector in the brighter mode since we have the ability to run power to it in our backyard. We have tested it on battery power and got about 2 hours of viewing. Even on battery power, there's plenty of brightness in the picture if you're using it after dark.

I highly recommend setting up all your accounts in the projector ahead of time. It makes it SO much easier to deal with logging into all the accounts and typing in your passwords if you're just shining it on the wall in your living room the night before movie night instead of trying to set everything up while everyone stares at you! Some of those apps are a pain to navigate, and there's a bit of a learning curve to using the remote and/or phone app. You get used to it, but it takes a minute.

Our setup:

We project onto a projector screen (just the 100" Amazon Basic one)-- we attached projector screen mounting brackets with to our house under the eaves and attached a set of carabiners rated for 75 pounds (extreme overkill) on each end of the projector screen. My husband can pull the screen out from the storage closet and clip the it onto the hooks in the mounting brackets in less than a minute. We have a set of ground anchors near the wall, and we use two bungee cords (I used a pair of pliers to widen the hooks a bit) so that they loop around the bottom ends of the projector screen and then connect to the anchors. They're long enough that they only have a tiny bit of tension on the screen-- just enough to keep the screen from blowing, twisting, and kinking if there's a breeze.

When we're not using the screen, we disconnect the bungees and roll it up, where it's safely tucked away under the eaves. We leave it up during good weather but can easily unhook it and put it away if rain threatens.

We paired our projector with a cheap tripod from Walmart and a couple orange traffic cones from Home Depot so that the kids don't run into the tripod in the dark. Like some others have commented, the tripod mounting hole is a little shallow, so it can make the projector feel unstable on a tripod mount. Thanks to those commenters, I anticipated having the same problem and was armed with supplies to solve it. We bought a couple neoprene washers from Home Depot and placed them between the projector and the tripod mount. That made it a snug fit and eliminated any wobble. We leave the tripod mount attached all the time and just store the whole unit in its bag. (It does NOT come with any kind of storage bag, by the way-- we ordered the Anker one off Amazon because I disliked having to put it back in the cardboard box each time we used it.)

We often sit back a good ways from the projector, and while the built-in sound is fine for me, my husband is kind of hard of hearing. We pair the projector via Bluetooth with an Anker Soundcore Flare 2 speaker we already owned and sit the speaker right next to us. They play together fabulously. There's no sound lag at all, at least none I can discern. We did discover that it helps to turn the speaker on a few seconds before turning the projector on. They pair quicker and more easily when the speaker is turned on first. And as we already have an actual bluetooth speaker, we've never really tried to use our projector as a bluetooth speaker. The Soundcore Flare 2 is a lot cheaper and more durable if my kids get a little too crazy with their elementary dance parties.

We've had this thing for going on three months and love it. I did a lot of research and agonized over which portable projector to buy, and I'm really happy with the choice I made for my family. If that changes, I'll update this review, but I don't suspect I'll need to.

A
Aram
We ❤️ Anker Support

I'm here to support the customer service. I had an issue with my projector, I think the power brick fried, sent it back for repair and got a new one. This one is working well. Decent picture and sound. Very portable. Software isn't great, but it works.

H
HongK
Nice picture quality. The remote is buggy

The project has nice picture quality. The autofocus is also quite convenient. The sound is so-so and I use an external soundbar instead. My biggest complaint is about the remote. Very insensitive and you have to find the perfect angle for it to work.

A
Anthony Scardino
Great projector, terrible UI.

This is a great projector. Two things stopping it from being 5/5 stars are:
First, fully charged gets you less than 3hrs. I don’t care what they say. It’s a lie. At best I’ve gotten around 2.5 hrs streaming from Hulu.
Second, the UI is truly awful. Do yourself a favor and stream through a Roku, AppleTV, Firestick, or laptop. It severely cuts down on the portability of this device, but the UI is hot garbage.

D
Daniel
Definitely surprised!!!

Man words do not express how incredibly amazing this projector is !!!!!
The wife and I were worried about the brightness and quality of this product and let me tell you , it’s more than I expected
As you can see in the picture I uploaded my living room is well lit and quality is really good
Projector is even brighter when the room is dark !!!

FAQ

Specs

Charging Time
  • 3 hours
Music Playtime
  • 30 hours in Bluetooth Speaker Mode
Movie Playtime
  • 3 hours
App Store
  • Supported
OTA
  • Supported
Working Modes
  • Projector Mode and Bluetooth Speaker Mode
OS
  • Android 7.1
Fan
  • <32dB
Bluetooth
  • BT4.0 Dual Mode / A2DP
Dual Frequency
  • 2.4 / 5GHz
Wi-Fi
  • 802.11a/b/g/n
Speaker
  • Dual 10W Speakers
Battery
  • 12, 500mAh / 3.85V
ROM
  • 8GB eMMC
RAM
  • 1GB DDR3
GPU
  • Adreno 304
CPU
  • Quad Core A7 Smartphone Chipset
Dedicated App
  • Nebula Connect for Android & iOS
IR Remote
  • D-pad Mode / Mouse Mode
Control
  • Physical Buttons
DC-IN
  • 19V, 3A DC-In
USB
  • USB 2.0
HDMI
  • HDMI 1.4
Projection Mode
  • Front / Rear / Front Ceiling / Rear Ceiling
Focus Adjustment
  • Automatic
Offset
  • 100%
Throw Ratio
  • 100 in at 10.1 ft; 80 in at 8 ft; 60 in at 5.7 ft; 40 in at 3.8 ft
Aspect Ratio
  • 16: 9
Lamp Life
  • 30, 000 hours
Brightness
  • 500 ANSI lm
Native Resolution
  • 1280 x 720 (HD)
Display Technology
  • 0.3" DLP
Weight
  • 3.94 lbs
Height
  • 5.43 in
Width
  • 4.8 in
Length
  • 7 in
UPC
  • 848061024449

Documents & Drivers

  • Declaration of Conformity

    D2323-DOC

    2020-01-08

  • Manual

    Mars II PRO Manual

    2020-08-31

  • Manual

    D2323 Manual

    2020-09-01

Customer Reviews

Based on 157 reviews
76%
(120)
24%
(37)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
M
Misty C.
Great backyard projector

We bought this to do backyard movies and television. We live in a garden home neighborhood, which means we're close to our neighbors and their lights and have plenty of streetlights and other light pollution. Even with all that, once the sun sets, this projector does a fabulous job. We often have the fire pit going or the lights on in the gazebo, and there's still a great clear picture. The only time you really need a truly dark environment is with shows or movies that have a very dark ambience-- for some episodes of the Mandalorian, for example, we needed to kill the gazebo lights to see it well. Finding Nemo did not need such considerations. We do typically run the projector in the brighter mode since we have the ability to run power to it in our backyard. We have tested it on battery power and got about 2 hours of viewing. Even on battery power, there's plenty of brightness in the picture if you're using it after dark.

I highly recommend setting up all your accounts in the projector ahead of time. It makes it SO much easier to deal with logging into all the accounts and typing in your passwords if you're just shining it on the wall in your living room the night before movie night instead of trying to set everything up while everyone stares at you! Some of those apps are a pain to navigate, and there's a bit of a learning curve to using the remote and/or phone app. You get used to it, but it takes a minute.

Our setup:

We project onto a projector screen (just the 100" Amazon Basic one)-- we attached projector screen mounting brackets with to our house under the eaves and attached a set of carabiners rated for 75 pounds (extreme overkill) on each end of the projector screen. My husband can pull the screen out from the storage closet and clip the it onto the hooks in the mounting brackets in less than a minute. We have a set of ground anchors near the wall, and we use two bungee cords (I used a pair of pliers to widen the hooks a bit) so that they loop around the bottom ends of the projector screen and then connect to the anchors. They're long enough that they only have a tiny bit of tension on the screen-- just enough to keep the screen from blowing, twisting, and kinking if there's a breeze.

When we're not using the screen, we disconnect the bungees and roll it up, where it's safely tucked away under the eaves. We leave it up during good weather but can easily unhook it and put it away if rain threatens.

We paired our projector with a cheap tripod from Walmart and a couple orange traffic cones from Home Depot so that the kids don't run into the tripod in the dark. Like some others have commented, the tripod mounting hole is a little shallow, so it can make the projector feel unstable on a tripod mount. Thanks to those commenters, I anticipated having the same problem and was armed with supplies to solve it. We bought a couple neoprene washers from Home Depot and placed them between the projector and the tripod mount. That made it a snug fit and eliminated any wobble. We leave the tripod mount attached all the time and just store the whole unit in its bag. (It does NOT come with any kind of storage bag, by the way-- we ordered the Anker one off Amazon because I disliked having to put it back in the cardboard box each time we used it.)

We often sit back a good ways from the projector, and while the built-in sound is fine for me, my husband is kind of hard of hearing. We pair the projector via Bluetooth with an Anker Soundcore Flare 2 speaker we already owned and sit the speaker right next to us. They play together fabulously. There's no sound lag at all, at least none I can discern. We did discover that it helps to turn the speaker on a few seconds before turning the projector on. They pair quicker and more easily when the speaker is turned on first. And as we already have an actual bluetooth speaker, we've never really tried to use our projector as a bluetooth speaker. The Soundcore Flare 2 is a lot cheaper and more durable if my kids get a little too crazy with their elementary dance parties.

We've had this thing for going on three months and love it. I did a lot of research and agonized over which portable projector to buy, and I'm really happy with the choice I made for my family. If that changes, I'll update this review, but I don't suspect I'll need to.

A
Aram
We ❤️ Anker Support

I'm here to support the customer service. I had an issue with my projector, I think the power brick fried, sent it back for repair and got a new one. This one is working well. Decent picture and sound. Very portable. Software isn't great, but it works.

H
HongK
Nice picture quality. The remote is buggy

The project has nice picture quality. The autofocus is also quite convenient. The sound is so-so and I use an external soundbar instead. My biggest complaint is about the remote. Very insensitive and you have to find the perfect angle for it to work.

A
Anthony Scardino
Great projector, terrible UI.

This is a great projector. Two things stopping it from being 5/5 stars are:
First, fully charged gets you less than 3hrs. I don’t care what they say. It’s a lie. At best I’ve gotten around 2.5 hrs streaming from Hulu.
Second, the UI is truly awful. Do yourself a favor and stream through a Roku, AppleTV, Firestick, or laptop. It severely cuts down on the portability of this device, but the UI is hot garbage.

D
Daniel
Definitely surprised!!!

Man words do not express how incredibly amazing this projector is !!!!!
The wife and I were worried about the brightness and quality of this product and let me tell you , it’s more than I expected
As you can see in the picture I uploaded my living room is well lit and quality is really good
Projector is even brighter when the room is dark !!!

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