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Save over 30% on Anker's Nebula projectors and watch your media anywhere

Amazon is offering a couple of Anker Nebula projectors (opens in new tab) with up to $155 off their usual prices for today only. The one-day sale includes the Nebula Capsule projector (opens in new tab) at $224.99 and the Nebula Mars II projector (opens in new tab) for $329.99 — over 30% off both models and the best direct price drops we've seen for them to date.

Capsule (opens in new tab) is the Nebula's miniature offering. It features a lightweight and compact design — the size of a soda can — that packs in a 500 lumen HD projector capable of producing a clear image up to 100-inches in size and a 360-degree speaker. Running Android 7.1, it can stream directly from services like Netflix and YouTube or you can use your smartphone or computer to mirror content to the Capsule wirelessly or using its HDMI input. It has a 4 hour battery life and features Anker's Quick Charge tech to get it back to full power as fast as possible.

The Nebula Mars II (opens in new tab) can create an HD picture up to 1280 x 720 resolution with DLP IntelliBright tech for a clear image. It has two 10W audio drivers for powerful sound. Set the projector down wherever you want it, at any distance or angle, and get an auto focus picture in one second. The projector also has Android 7.1 built in so you can run streaming and media apps like Netflix, YouTube, and more. You'll need that access because a lot of those services don't allow themselves to be screen cast from a device to a projector like this. Compared to the original model (opens in new tab), the Mars II adds an extra hour of run time, the auto-focus feature mentioned above, and comes with a considerably lower price tag. Our pals at Cordcutters took the Mars II to task in their in-depth review if you want to know much more about it.

These deals are only available until the day is out, so be sure to grab one if you've been eyeing one up.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.