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Capsule

  • Remarkable Clarity and Contrast: DLP's advanced IntelliBright algorithms deliver a remarkably bright 100 ANSI-lumen image. (Recommended for use in dimmer environments.)
  • 360° Speaker: Equipped with a powerful omnidirectional speaker, this mini projector pumps out sound all around.
  • Home Entertainment: Enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows, and more up to 100 inches big anywhere in your home thanks to Capsule’s soda can-sized design.
  • Android 7.1: Run streaming and media apps flawlessly. Seamlessly display content from Netflix, Youtube, and more on your mini projector for endless entertainment.
  • NOTE: Copyrighted content from Hulu, Netflix, and similar services CAN NOT be mirrored or screencast. Download and use the apps directly through Capsule portable projector to view copyrighted content from these providers. Chromecast is not supported.
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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

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Specs

Picture Formats
  • JPEG,BMP,JIF,PNG,TIF
Video Formats
  • H.264 BP/MP/HP – up to 1080p MPEG-4 SP/ASP – up to 1080p DivX 4x/5x/6x –up to 1080p H.263 P0 – WVGA VP8 – 1080p (HEVC) H.265 MP 8-bit – up to 1080p
Audio Formats
  • MPEG-4 AAC,MPEG-4 HE AAC,MPEG-4 HE,AACv2,AAC ELD,AMR-NB,AMR-WB,FLAC,MP3,MIDI,Vorbis,PCM/WAVE,Opus
Charging time
  • 2.5 Hours with Quick Charge 2.0 9V2A
Music Playtime
  • 30 Hours in Bluetooth Speaker Mode
Movie Playtime
  • 4 Hours in Battery Mode
App Store
  • Supported
OTA
  • Supported
Working Modes
  • Projector Mode, Bluetooth Speaker Mode
OS
  • Android 7.1
Fan
  • <30dB
Bluetooth
  • 4.0 Dual Mode / A2DP
Wi-Fi
  • 802.11a/b/g/n Dual Frequency (2.4GHz / 5GHz)
Speaker
  • 5W
Battery
  • 5200 mAh / 3.85V
ROM
  • 8GB eMMC
RAM
  • 1GB DDR3
GPU
  • Adreno 304
CPU
  • Quad Core A7 Smartphone Chipset
Bluetooth Remote App
  • Android & iOS
IR Remote
  • D-pad Mode / Mouse Mode
Physical Buttons
  • Power / Volume / Mode Switch
Micro-USB
  • Charging & Data Storage / Connection via USB OTG
HDMI
  • HDMI 1.4 up to 1080p Input
Keystone Correction
  • Auto (vertical ±40°)
Projection Mode
  • Front Projection / Rear Projection / Front Inverted Projection / Rear Inverted Projection
Focus Adjustment
  • Manual
Offset
  • 100%
Throw Distance
  • 0.58 m–3.08 m
Screen Size
  • 20”–100”
Throw Ratio
  • 1.3:1
Aspect Ratio
  • 16:9
Lamp Life
  • 30,000 Hours
Brightness
  • 100 ANSI lumens
Native Resolution
  • 854x480
Display Technology
  • 0.2" FWVGA DLP
Weight
  • 14.8 oz
Diameter
  • 2.67 inch
Height
  • 4.72 inch
UPC
  • 848061056983

Documents & Drivers

  • Manual

    Nebula_D4111

    2018-07-31

Customer Reviews

Based on 452 reviews
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Anita
Nebula Capsule vs. Xgimi Mogo Pro – why I chose the Nebula

I’m writing this tome of a review, because I needed it when I was looking for a portable projector. Hope it can help anyone else in a similar situation.

I’ll preface that I was looking for something compact and highly useable for video viewing. I liked the idea of being able to take a projector wherever (camping, road trips, vacation, to a cafe, etc.) and wanted something I would actually reach for regularly. I already own a nice Optoma HD movie projector for home use, but it is large and has a classic bulb design (the image quality is so beautiful though). I used to be a proper film projectionist, so movie quality matters to me.

Things I wanted: something in the smallest form factor/portable, most budget friendly, most user friendly projector, and a solid all-in-one. Other details that may be relevant: I’m a Mac/iOS user, but have a couple Google products around the house, as well as a Roku stick. I was willing to go up in price point if the Mogo Pro was so user friendly that I’d pick it over my Optoma for more everyday use (the Optoma uses a standard bulb and gets fairly warm, which makes it unpleasant to use in summer months).

I decided to keep the Nebula Capsule. Here’s why:

The Xgimi Mogo Pro was great. I bought it because of its native 1080p resolution. It’s the smallest form factor out there with true HD resolution. A few things make this projector less useable for my situation.
- Netflix compatibility is still non-existent (there are workarounds that run the gamut of coding java on a PC to sideloading apk files that aren’t fully integrated into the AndroidTV system). I use Netflix often, so this was the first hurdle. **Update: There appears to be a way to use Netflix on the Mogo Pro! Check the video that was posted by XGIMI-Direct in the “Customer questions & answers” Amazon section
- The projector does not fully function without the remote. You can cast things to the projector (which works well, by the way), but you can’t use your phone to type in specific text like you can with the Nebula Mobile App. If you’ve ever typed something with a remote, you know how frustrating that can be.
- The charger is an AC adapter! Ugh. Not USB-C. Not even micro USB. Feasibly using this on a camping trip — nonexistent. The convenience of being able to charge this in a regular car, or to quickly unplug another cable in my room to charge the projector — not possible with the Mogo Pro (I always have a micro USB close by, but I can’t fathom keeping an obscure AC adapter using up plug space all the time).
- The fan exhaust is in the back and due to the shape of the projector, I’m worried about overheating/damaging the projector when projecting on the ceiling. The Nebula Capsule also has a fan exhaust on the back, but due to the shape of the capsule, you still get air release.
- The sound on the Mogo Pro is not optimized for video. Music can overpower dialogue quite easily. I think this is because the bass is stronger on the Mogo Pro. Neither projector sounds amazing, but I think the Mogo Pro sounds slightly better when listening to music. I did not spend this much money for a mediocre bluetooth speaker. Like that is not the point here. There is no way to adjust EQ on the native machine.
- Battery life is worse than the Nebula, and power saving mode on the Mogo Pro has strange colors (very green), which you are forced to use once the projector goes under 20% battery. So really, you have 80% of video watching time on the Mogo Pro. The projector is not just “dimmer” as you might expect in power save mode, and you can’t toggle it off once the battery is less than 20%.

The Nebula Capsule is also great.
- The Capsule is the smallest form factor projector with keystone correction, decent ANSI lumens, battery, internal speaker, and at least 480p I could find. Probably half the volume size of the Mogo Pro overall.
- You don’t get AndroidTV, but the Capsule is still very useable. You can download apps from the Google Play store by contacting customer service to get access (a one time thing). The UI is a little clunkier, but it does every job I need it to without needing my Roku. (Hello, portability!)
- There’s a mobile app that replaces the remote entirely (I don’t have to take the physical remote when we go camping).
- Can charge the device from a powerbank while using the device with micro USB.
- Vocals/dialogue is clearer and less muffled on the Capsule.
- Netflix works on the Capsule! (Although, I believe they also had issues in the early years of releasing the device similar to what Xgimi is going through now. So maybe there’s hope for Xgimi.)

Picture Quality: Xgimi Mogo Pro
Okay, hands down Mogo Pro has the better picture and video quality. That’s what you’re paying for, and I think that was pretty obvious going in. The colors are more accurate, and the 1080p really shines through. The brightness is not really that different, but if you are throwing from a distance and at night, that’s when things might start looki...

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Delia Maldonado
Amazing!

Netflix videos are not supee clear, but youtube and other applications can stream beautiful videos.

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Hunter Jett
So happy with this

Got this projector this weekend, and I have to say I am beyond happy. My main point of this purchase is to watch music videos and do power hours from your tube when partying with friends. Is it the best projector out there. Nah. But when you look at portability, Android OS, and price. I love it. Bluetooth set up to other speakers is nice and simple. Great product.

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Sahra
As promised

It’s portable and works as promised

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Steven Tyler
I’m in love

I love everything about this projector just wish the battery life was a little longer

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