We’ve got a projector out right now called Nebula Apollo. However, not many people know about it!
In fact, we’ve never officially given you guys an in-depth look at Apollo here on the community. That’s why we’re taking the opportunity today to show you the ins and outs of this awesome little projector.
So What is Apollo?
Nebula Apollo is a pocket-sized projector with seamless touch controls. This means that not only are you able to watch Apollo wherever you want, but you can also effortlessly navigate the menus with a simple tap of your finger—even if you’ve left the remote at home.
With its 100-inch image, powerful audio, and Android 7.1 OS, you can set up your own personal cinema instantly, no matter where you are. Out camping in the Rockies? Pop Apollo in your rucksack and enjoy cult classics by starlight.
The possibilities are endless. Who knows? Maybe one day someone will take Apollo to the moon—or even Mars!
Concentrating on the here and now, we’re happy to announce that Apollo is now $80 OFF on Amazon. This amazing offer ends March 15, 2020, so make sure you click here to grab yours now!
PD output if it does not see the PD signal, will transmits the default mode which is safe of 5V 2A, so it doesn’t transmit 9V, 12V, 15V, 20V. So the tips cannot be purely a physical plug shape adapter.
You’d need the specific tip to negotiate a 15V PD mode. And then what you said.
from dimensions… it is very slightly comparable to Capsule, which is still very much portable, but with better brightness 200 ansi lm, than Capsule.
It is well placed between Capsule and Capsule II, in terms of Price (with the deal) and Brightness… mostly has best of both… Brightness from Capsule II and Price point from Capsule (almost… with the deal now)
For portability you have to give up a lot. Worthwhile?
I was hunting around wondering more I could buy useful for the inevitable self-isolation period. We’re all going to get ill for 2 weeks over a 2-3 month period, so a projector I could loan out with the alcohol wipe between movements. Boredom can be lethal as you can get a bit cabin crazy if stuck in for 2-3 weeks and so distractions like media in your private cave.
But when you remove the portability, you get an awfully lot more projector for your money. I see 1300 lumens (equates to bigger screen further away). At moment I kitted out a set of 14" laptops for the caves.
Personally, for me, Capsule is still a better preference, since I can charge / keep it alive (supports QC 2.0) and watch movies using the Anker Powercore with MicroUSB
But may be, i can go to Apollo if i have some spare
I have the Nebula Prizm - this was the first nebula product I bought, but after I got the Capsule, have not opened it since… having to connect a power, pair BT for audio, get a tripod for the base… and more… its like a never ending thing…
With capsule, all this is gone… portability comes in handy.