Anker’s projector brand has released the Mars 3 Air, a portable projector with Google TV. It has a Full HD resolution and offers 400 ANSI lumens and 2.5 hours of battery life.
Nebula Mars 3 Air is available for sale on the Nebula website and at the amazon Start The new projector is officially priced at 599.99 euros, but is available for market launch 100 euro discount. So the initial value is: 499,99 euros. It is a cheaper version of Nebula Mars 3, which was launched in June and is currently 899,99 euros Delivery is expected from the end of November.
400 nits and 2.5 hours of battery life
The Nebula Mars 3 Air differs from the more expensive Mars 3 mainly in terms of brightness and battery life. According to the data sheet, the DLP projector achieves 400 ANSI lumens instead of 1,000, and the battery life is only half that at 2.5 hours. However, it is still sufficient for most movies and in dark environments. The case is significantly different from the Mars 3 and more similar to the Mars 2 Pro. Speaker performance is also compromised because the manufacturer installs them Two eight-watt speakers (Mars 3: ings. 40 watts). On the other hand, the Mars 3 Air is much more compact at 178 × 122 × 133 mm and weighs only 1.7 kilograms.
Google TV now works
An advertisement by the manufacturer Full HD projection up to 150 inches with 90 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 color space. A front-facing camera is used for automatic obstacle avoidance, keystone correction, autofocus and screen fit. The operating system used is Google TV, which runs Netflix and other streaming services. There is also two GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage and support for Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0. The fan should operate at less than 28 decibels.
You can also use the projector as a Bluetooth box, and the battery should last up to eight hours. Apart from the power connection, HDMI, USB-A and a jack socket are available at the back. There is one for control remote control Alternatively, there are buttons on top and app controls are also possible.
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