It is a better use case showing on the page than that bedroom Youtube review. Who needs one in a bedroom which likely has a brighter flatscreen TV at half the cost.
Version 2 with a USB-PD input to make benefit of future USB-PD portable chargers and future USB-PD car chargers, will be even better. Hey, wonder if it will be called Nebula Mars Pro.
(I just made that up but I can see already the obvious shortcomings)
I find this a bit unbelievable, I have a healthy skepticism the lumens can make such a bright image in such a bright room. But the above one is much more viable as it is dark.
And then this one totally ignores the shadow effect off anything in front.
Looking forward to owner reviews.