Anker announces Nebula Capsule II projector w/ Android TV, 720p resolution, ‘Model Zero+’ Assistant speaker
As Android TV continues to grow in reputation, we’re seeing it present up in a whole lot of new locations. Heck, it even showed up in a robot back at CES this 12 months alongside a boatload of other products. Now, Anker is launching the Nebula Capsule II projector, and it comes with Android TV packed inside.

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This week, Anker has taken the wraps off of a handful of latest merchandise, however the Nebula Capsule II is for sure essentially the most notable. This new product takes the identical compact “soda-can” dimension of the unique from final 12 months, however packs in the next 720p decision at 200 lumens. It additionally now consists of USB-C and three hours of energy on its built-in 10,000 mAh battery.

With Android TV built-in, the Nebula Capsule II nonetheless presents help for Chromecast apps, but additionally for native apps and even Google Assistant. It runs the identical interface seen on one thing just like the Nvidia Protect TV. HDMI in can be supported right here for different units like a Nintendo Change.

Pricing for the Nebula Capsule II is actually going to be greater, although. Whereas the unique prices simply $349, the second-gen goes to run $349 for the super-early fowl run on Kickstarter (which is already gone on the time of writing). Normal availability on Kickstarter will land at $399, however the last retail value is unknown in the intervening time.

Alongside the brand new projector, Anker has additionally lastly launched extra particulars on its “Mannequin Zero+” Google Assistant speaker which was proven off again at CES. Each the Mannequin Zero and Mannequin Zero+ will launch underneath the corporate’s “Soundcore” model in November. The usual mannequin will run $199. The Mannequin Zero+, however, will run $249 for including Google Assistant and speaker drivers “Designed by Scan-Speaker.” Personally, I’d positively go for the additional $50 so as to add Assistant.

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