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Save $50 on Anker's brand new Nebula Apollo portable projector

Anker seems to be the current king of the portable projector market, with new versions coming out pretty regularly now. The latest and greatest is the Nebula Apollo mini portable projector (opens in new tab). It's small enough to fit in your hand but powerful enough to create a crystal clear 100-inch image. Anker is celebrating its launch by giving you the chance to save $50 on it right off the bat. Just use the code APOLLOGO during checkout and get the projector for $329.99 instead of its $379.99 launch price.

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Anker Nebula Apollo Wi-Fi portable projector (opens in new tab)

So new it's still warm from the factory. The Apollo creates a clear picture thanks to a 200 ANSI lumen lamp, DLP technology, and the ability to expand to 100 inches. It also has touch controls, Android 7.1 to access streaming apps, and more.

You'll be able to control the Apollo with a seamless and easy-to-use touch control interface, which is a first for Anker's projectors. The transparent touch panel lets you navigate all the menus directly from the device. The Apollo can create an image with 854 x 480 pixel resolution using a 200 ANSI lumen lamp and DLP technology. The image can be expanded up 100 inches.

It also has a battery that lasts up to four hours, which is plenty of time for a single movie or a few episodes of your favorite TV show. Thanks to the built-in Android 7.1 system, you'll be able to binge those shows with access to all your favorite apps like Netflix, Hulu, and others. Connect to your new projector in a variety of ways, including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, HDMI, and even screen mirroring (although that won't work with copyrighted content).

This isn't the first new projector Anker released this year. We also saw the Nebula Capsule Max (opens in new tab) come out in August. It's significantly more expensive than the Apollo but adds some extra features like automatic focus, a higher resolution, an upgraded Android operating system, and more.

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