Anker’s widely popular Nebula Capsule set a new standard for portable mini projectors, and raised $1.4 million in its initial crowdfunding campaign. Now, with a new crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, Anker is once again redefining mini-projector technology with its new and improved Nebula Capsule II.

Like its predecessor, the Nebula Capsule II( is around the size of a 12-ounce soda can. So unlike bulky, traditional projectors, it’s easy to setup, transport, and store. But the Capsule II also features a whole host of improvements over the original.

For example, despite maintaining roughly the same size as the Capsule I, the newest model features a top-grade Digital Light Processor (DLP) capable of projecting 100-inch videos in 720p HD quality. And thanks to OSRAM LED hardware combined with IntelliBright™ smart software, the Capsule II adjusts localized brightness in real-time, delivering a vivid more radiant image that is twice as bright as the original.

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