[Deal] Save $100 on Anker’s new Nebula Cosmos Home Projector with Android TV baked-in

Nebula Cosmos

If you can’t decide between OLED and QLED when buying your next budget-busting smart television, have you ever thought about bringing the cinematic experience to your home every single night with a home projector? If so, Anker’s new Nebula Cosmos home projector has you covered with 1080p high-resolution, 900 ANSI Lumens, HDR10, Android TV, and more. And what’s better is that you can save 12% off its RRP of $799 on Amazon thanks to Anker dropping the price by $100.

With 1080p resolution, 900-ANSI-Lumen, and HDR10, the pictures are bright with vibrant colors, perfect for watching your favorite movies and sports teams. Thanks to HLG, the projector can detect when you are watching non-HDR content, and automatically upscale it in real-time. The dual 10W speakers deliver true audio courtesy of Dolby Digital Plus, with clarity and power. The projected image can be adjusted to suit any room with a tap of a button, shrinking from the maxed out 120-inch picture to 84-inches in a second.

Thanks to the presence of Android TV, the Nebula Cosmos has access to streaming apps such as Netflix, Prime Video, Play Store Movies, YouTube, and more, as well as having the Chromecast function baked-in. With dual HDMI ports, 2 x USB-A ports, an optical audio port, a 3.5mm audio jack, and Bluetooth connectivity, the projector is ready for pretty much any occasion.

You can pick up the Nebula Cosmos home projector from Amazon for $699 by applying the $100 coupon on the listing page, adding the device to your basket, and then checking out.

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