Coming Soon: Astro | Nebula’s First Mini Projector Made for Kids!

Nebula is developing its first mini projector made for kids… Take a look at Astro!

Specs

  • Brightness: 100 ANSI Lumens
  • Resolution: 480p
  • Item Weight: 14.1 ounces
  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 * 3.2 * 3.6 inches

I should be able to report the Bluetooth version soon (hopefully it is 5.0).

What are your thoughts on Nebula’s first mini projector made for kids? Be sure to let us know with a reply!

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I’d want to understand what makes this ‘kids’ beyond it being a repackaged first-gen Capsule (is making it ball-shaped wise?)
In particular, if it has the ability to stream online content, does it have parental restrictions?

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First thing first… Ugly shape :nauseated_face:

Specs look like Capsule… not sure if we need this model… unless the price is under $100

To make it truly kids projector, is it strong enough for falls, throws? Or do parents need to set it up? Portable with battery or power connected?

Thanks for sharing @Insider

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What if they painted it like a Pokemon ball? :stuck_out_tongue: I would hope that the price is affordable especially if it’s for kids.

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What kids need is very cheap things so when they ruin it, the worst is not as bad.

All of these Nebula products been pricey. Kids may be better with a dumb $99 product.

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Reminds me of the football alarm clocks you throw against the wall to silence the alarm :laughing:

Being designed for kids, I hope this has the same level of resilience :grin:

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I think level 2 in the picture below would be a better shape both visually and making the projector easier to place on uneven surfaces without rolling for example ceiling viewing

Ideally the projector would be magnetic on multiple sides (it appears to be small and light enough) but I can see how this could lead to it own set of problems most mostly Wi-Fi/Bluetooth interference.

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That is what it exactly reminded me of!!

Thanks for sharing @Insider hope kids will like it and not heavy for parents $$ :wink:

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I keep this on my desk for daily charge with regular use now… absolute masterpiece from Anker Nebula

The design has an old feel to me

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Nebula range seem to have lost their way sadly…

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For some reason o don’t see this item selling too good

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All we wanted was a brighter, 1080p Nebula Mars portable projector. Why is Anker going down this path?

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