Anker Releases A New Line Of ‘Solar’ Android TV-Powered 1080p Projectors

Anker, the name you look towards for iPhone and Android charger cords especially their latest Anker Nano, a tiny 20W PIQ 3.0 Durable Compact Fast Charger, PowerPort III USB-C Charger for iPhone 12/12 Mini/12 Pro/12 Pro Max/11, Galaxy, Pixel 4/3, iPad Pro has released it's  latest Nebula Solar and Solar Portable 1080p Projectors.

Anker, the name you look towards for iPhone and Android charger cords especially their latest Anker Nano, a tiny 20W PIQ 3.0 Durable Compact Fast Charger, PowerPort III USB-C Charger for iPhone 12/12 Mini/12 Pro/12 Pro Max/11, Galaxy, Pixel 4/3, iPad Pro has released it’s latest Nebula Solar and Solar Portable 1080p Projectors.

This new portable projector will display a cinematic picture up to 120 inches with awesome 1080p clarity. The HDR10 and 400 ANSI lumens mean everything you watch and play is packed full of rich detail and color. It runs Android TV 9, allowing you to choose from more than 5,000 apps including favorites like YouTube, Hulu, and more. You will even be able to mirror content from your smartphone or other devices allowing you to really get the most of your projector on the go.

Every whisper, explosion, and song will be brought to you in incredible Dolby Digital Plus clarity and the dual 3W speakers will provide some great bass. The sound is so powerful and clear that you can even use Solar as a portable Bluetooth speaker.

The Solar and Solar Portable joins it’s already impressive line of Nebula projectors which include the Astro, Apollo, Capsule (II), Mars and Cosmos.

The Anker Nebula Solar (without the battery) costs $519. The Solar Portable costs $599.

For more info on the Anker Nano, mentioned above, click here. You will thank me for it. I love mine. The new Nano will charge the iPhone 12 to over 50% in 30 minutes as apposed to under 20% from the old iPhone 5W charger.

Both are great gifts for this holiday season.

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