I got my projector from Amazon yesterday and will keep it. I would not use it for stationary use, since you can get higher quality HD and luminance for the same price. But it is a very nicely done unit for portable use. Take it outside in the evening and watch on the patio or by the pool or take it along to friends for a movie or video game.
The hardware industrial design and execution are first rate and so it the packaging.
But.... the software must be pre-alpha. It is Android based, so this should not be that hard. Apps stutter and display at partial resolution even with a good WiFi connection. AirPlay does not work. After updating it does not even show. I am not into Android, so I am not sure about Chrome mirroring.
Luckily you can plug in an Amazon FireStick! I would highly recommended it! It can be powered by the USB port. With it you get well developed apps for a large range of providers with solid performance. It really shows off what this projector can do. I just ordered the upgraded latest version for 40 bucks to preface my older one. With it, you get Alexa search of material across apps. It will be a long time, before Nebula gets that far.
I finally resorted to just plugging in my iPhone with a Lighting to HDMI adapter for iTunes protected movies. This avoids need power for my spare AppleTV by the pool.
It would be interesting to know the real lumen output. The manual indicated 500 ANSI lumens, but ads and web site claim 2000 lumens as well as 3000. What is it really? Or is this reflective of the various power settings on the device?