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Capsule 3 (New)

  • Super-Sized Screen, Portable Design: Capsule 3 is an all-new ultra-portable Google TV projector licensed by Netflix.
  • Take the Big Screen Anywhere: With a max screen size of 120 inches, Capsule 3 delivers a cinema-level experience that you can take with you anywhere.
  • Next-Level Image Quality: The 1080p display with 200 ANSI Lumens of brightness makes movies shine for an immersive watching experience.
  • Long Playtime: Finish a whole 2.5 hour movie or listen to 10 hours of music on a single charge.
  • Set Up in Seconds: Our Intelligent Environment Adaptation Technology performs auto keystone correction, autofocus, keystone correction and obstacle avoidance in just 3 seconds.


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  • Super-Sized Screen, Portable Design: Capsule 3 is an all-new ultra-portable Google TV projector licensed by Netflix.
  • Take the Big Screen Anywhere: With a max screen size of 120 inches, Capsule 3 delivers a cinema-level experience that you can take with you anywhere.
  • Next-Level Image Quality: The 1080p display with 200 ANSI Lumens of brightness makes movies shine for an immersive watching experience.
  • Long Playtime: Finish a whole 2.5 hour movie or listen to 10 hours of music on a single charge.
  • Set Up in Seconds: Our Intelligent Environment Adaptation Technology performs auto keystone correction, autofocus, keystone correction and obstacle avoidance in just 3 seconds.


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Customer Reviews

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Ragan

Good picture quality. Happy with it for my purposes but Google operating system is not the smoothest.

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M.A.
Great product with minor defects

I really like this product so far (2 weeks). I like the nice build, very good picture quality, good sound quality, and little fan noise it has. But there are a few things that could be imporved:
1. The Google interface and sometimes playback is slow but if you turn off automatic Keystone then they get fast! Worked for me!
3. Brightness set range is small, but not a biggie.
4. The zoom feature is great but it leaves bleeding white areas which would be great if removed.

I would give it a 4.5 star given its high price. If it was cheaper I'd give it full 5 star (already gave 5 star btw). So may not be a great value for the price, but I guess it doesn't have much competition.

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Lit

The Laser is stronger and better but the 3 is still great too

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Austin Wade McKay

Quality of image is second to none. Image can auto adjust to wall from any distance! Come with the ability to download any apps you might use (Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, etc.) crazy light weight and since it so small you can fit it into any space you need it to. Charge doesn’t last too long so I suggest keeping it by an outlet for extended use, you’ll probably need to charge it as some point. Since it so small it makes it very easy to just move it from room to room as you need it. Honestly with this device you could just not buy any TVs and just take it from room to room. This guy FAR exceeded my expectations and I couldn’t be happier. Gonna just sell my tvs and get a couple of these for the house (multiple viewer) and that’ll be the new norm around my home.

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Chris M.

The Nebula Capsule 3 packs a serious punch in a quite literally pint sized package. My last experience with portable projectors was a few years ago and my, how things have changed.First, this thing exudes quality. The projector is the size of a pint glass but feels very substantial. The black plastic body is a fine mesh with plenty of ventilation 3/4 of the way around, with power switches and ports at the rear and a minimalist touch control panel on top. An RF remote offers easy use as well.The picture quality is really quite good. It's visible projected on a plain wall in a lit room, though that's not optimal. Darken the room and it comes to life. Shine it at a screen in pitch black and it's a movie theater. The automatic focus, keystone, and optional obstacle detection just do what they are supposed to and otherwise get out of the way - like smart technology should do. Instead of setting up a projector, tweaking this and that feature, you set it down, turn it on, it does a little calibration and you're good to go. It's honestly very impressive.The Google TV interface is a plus for me. It's the interface I've grown to like on my main TV, and having all the same stuff here in my projector is just great. I can queue up a movie on the TV and easily get to it on the projector later. I haven't had any noticable lag, except with one setup where I happened to put the projector on a shelf in a spot that must have had bad WiFi strength. When I started playing a movie I had frames dropping and a little bit of stuttering and buffering. I moved the projector, it redid its calibration, and everything went back to good. From everything I can tell that was an environmental problem, not a projector problem.Sound quality is impressive for this little device, too. It has no problem filling the living room with full sound. I don't find myself wanting to hook up external or Bluetooth speakers to be able to watch a movie on it.The battery life seems to be as advertised. I can watch a movie and have some battery left, which lines up with the advertised 2.5 hour life. Charging through USB-C is reasonably fast. I did notice that the projector did not charge on my existing USB-C PD charger but required me to use the included one.The projector has its own app, too, that includes some neat features. You can project atmosphere videos like space or the beach, or even a giant clock. It's a little extra bit of fun.The only quibble I have is actually one that Anker put in front of me themselves with that app. In the instructional videos included with the app, there was a video about how to use the folding stand. This sent me digging back through the box and packing materials -- had I missed an accessory? It would be super handy to be able to tilt the projector or shine it up at the ceiling. But no, I hadn't. It's an extra accessory I can purchase. As is a travel case. Both of those things would be really useful for what is supposed to be a travel projector. I get that there are several styles of stands, but including the case and the compact folding stand would make it feel like a true full package.Overall, this projector is a huge winner for bringing movies anywhere there's WiFi. It's not the projector you want to build your home theater with, sure. But it does for streaming movies what a good Bluetooth speaker does for music - makes it possible to start a party and enjoy almost anywhere with minimum hassle. Just set it up, turn it on, dim the lights and watch.