Jump straight to the action without fiddling with settings menus thanks to Solar’s ultra-fast autofocus. Just switch on the projector and Solar will handle the rest.
Cast your favorite apps from your Android or iOS device, MacBook, or Windows PC straight to Solar’s huge 120-inch display.
Solar’s quadrilateral keystoning ensures that you get a perfectly squared image from almost any angle.
Adjust Solar’s picture to suit any situation.Max out the image at 120 inches to catch the big game with friends, or scale things down for an intimate movie night for two.
See your movies, games, and more in an all new light with HDR10. Colors are radiant and bright, while blacks are deeper and darker for enhanced contrast and detail.
Connect up your HDMI and USB devices to play your favorite media on Solar’s big screen, or wirelessly cast content to Solarvia Miracast or Bluetooth.
Model Number: D2131
What’s In The Box: Nebula Solar Portable, remote, quick start guide, PD charger, USB-C to USB-C cable, 12-month warranty, and our friendly customer service.
Note: Remote required to use the Google Assistant.
Length: 192.25 mm / 7.6 in
Width: 192 mm / 7.6 in
Height: 58.65 mm / 2.3 in
Weight: 1.4 kg / 49.4 oz
Display Technology: 0.23DMD in 1080p DLP
Native Resolution: 1920x1080
Brightness: 400 ANSI lumens
LED Life: 30,000 hours
Aspect Ratio: 16: 9
Throw Ratio: 120 in @3.18 m; 100 in @2.66 m; 80 in @2.12 m; 60 in @1.6 m; 40 in @1.06 m
Focus Adjustment: 3-second autofocus
Projection Mode: Front / Rear / Front Ceiling / Rear Ceiling
Keystone Correction: Auto (vertical ±40°) Manual (horizontal ±40°, Quadrilateral ±40°)
HDMI: HDMI 2.0 up to 4K input
USB-A: For USB flash drives
Type-C: Power Delivery charging
Physical Buttons: Power
Touch Buttons：Volume± ,Mode Switch (Bluetooth speaker power)
IR/BT Remote: Power / Autofocus / Google Assistant / Up / Down / Left / Right / OK / Back / Home / Setting / Volume±
BT Remote App: Nebula Connect for Android & iOS
CPU: Quad Core A55 Chipset
GPU: Quad Core Mali G31
RAM: 2GB DDR
ROM: 8GB eMMC
Battery: 20,000mAh / 3.7v
Dual Frequency 2.4/5GHz
Bluetooth: BT4.2 Dual Mode/A2DP
OS: Android TV 9.0
Google Assistant: Supported
Working Modes: Projector Mode, Bluetooth Speaker Mode
App Store: Google Play
Video Playtime: 3 hours
Charging Time: 3 hours with Power Delivery 20V-3.25A
Audio Decode: Dolby supported
Audio Formats: Supports MP3, WMA, RM, FLAC, Ogg
Video Decode: HDR10
Video Formats: Supports *.mkv,*.wmv, *.dat, *.avi, *.mov, *.iso, *.mp4, *.rm formats
The unit is great. Love how quick and simple it is to use. The only downside is the lack of an audio jack. The reason is because when we set it up outside, we like to use headphones so that we don't disturb our neighbors. (There's 2 of us most of the time so we split the jack.) The work around (though I haven't tried) is the use a USC to headphone dongle. And if you are using the USC port to charge already, then you would need to use USB-A to USB-C dongle then attach a USB-C to Headphone. If you want to load movies via the USB-A port, then you can't be charging at the same time. So this is a bit of a pain. If it weren't for that, I would give it 5 stars.
Picture 7.5/10 gets a bit grainy during dark scene.
Sound 6/10 get yourself a Bluetooth speaker. In my case I got a Harmon Kardon
Battery 8/10 also recommend getting a power bank for those extended movie sessions
This projector is great for watching movies, tv shows, or even sports once the sun has set. As you would expect with a portable projector, the light isn't quite strong enough for any time before sunset, but once that sun goes down it is really a great viewing experience. The auto-keystone correction feature works really well. The battery probably lasts closer to 2 or 2.5 hours, but I was able to run an extension cord out if I'm watching sports.
I love this projector, but I am dumbfounded about the remote. It's functional and everything, but it does not light up. How can you design a product that is meant to work in a dark room, but not give it a remote that illuminates its buttons? Remote is difficult to use in dark rooms. The primary environment that you would be using the remote.