Nebula Prism II Product Review
Product Packaging - 5 stars - solid and professional looking packaging that can double as travel case as it has a handle built in and it doesn’t take much to put Prizm back into the retail packaging.
What’s in the box: Prism II projector, power brick with power adapter, remote
The build quality of the projector feels great. I really like the cloth top on it. There is one button on the top corner which is the power button which make it look sleek and sexy.
First use: The Prism is super easy to setup and use. The connections are 1-HDMI, 1-USB, 1-3.5mm audio port. My initial setup was just to test quickly and I didn’t have a HDMI cable handy so I plugged my iPhone in and used the screen cast. The projector immediately connected to my phone and started mirroring my phone’s screen. Opened Plex and picked a movie to watch. It lagged a quick second or two but then played through the projector. The audio is surprisingly very good for what I was expecting compared to other lower budget projectors that I have tried in the past.
The image I was able to project was only about 6ft wide and about 2-3 feet high which is a good sized for a home. I was testing it in my living room which has a lot of windows so the room was not very dark. The brightness was surprising but wasn’t OMG that picture looks amazing.
Pros - image was easy to adjust and focus
Cons - image was sharp in the middle of the picture but gets fuzzier toward the edges.
Remote: The included remote is very simple to use. Does not have a ton of functions which is nice but you can control everything needed with it. Batteries were included which is always nice.
I brought the Prizm to my gym and used it to do some mobility work and the picture quality was much greater in a room that was much darker. I was able to project onto a wall about 8 feet wide x 6feet tall. the quality of the image looked much better. When focusing the image i tried to get the outside to be more in focus than the middle which provided a better quality image than my first test where i had problems with getting more focus.
For the input I was using an hdmi cable attached to my macbook pro. The sound quality was again really great. I think that is one thing i was blown away by. I had low expectations of a built in speaker since previous projectors had to use an external speaker to get a decent quality sound.
I will for sure continue to use this in my gym for movie nights. It’s a great looking projector that also does a great job.
Learn more product details here: https://www.amazon.com/Multimedia-Projector-Anker-Compatibility-Pictures/dp/B07DDDHNDR