The Capsule II : World's First Android TV Cinema

Mobility and TV are two terms not often associated with one another unless it is processed via a smartphone and the trusty internet, and if you absolutely love watching films on bigger screens than your compact 6.5 inch device, then the new Nebula Capsule II will be all your entertainment setup requires.

Already with over 300% more funding than necessary, such a technology device is soaring in interest over on Kickstarter - discover more and purchase here - and SATORI & SCOUT can absolutely see why. Titled the world's first Android TV™ Pocket Cinema, the compact device's portability and performance are it's two particular characteristics. Boasting 720p HD Picture, a brightness 100% more than competing projectors, Google Assistant compatibility and USB-C power delivery, such a technology feat. is perfect for all those wanting to create your own home cinema at an affordable price wherever you may be. Having already raised £1,138,599 at the time of publishing this article, SATORI & SCOUT are sure you will want in on the performance.

Featuring a top-grade DLP (Digital Light Processor) to project this beautiful 720p HD picture onto 100 inches of screen, tent, wall or pretty much any other light-colored surface in your vicinity, the Nebula Capsule II is powered by OSRAM LEDs to give performance twice the brightness of its predecessor. The brand-new hardware is enhanced by IntelliBright™ technology, smart software that adjusts localised brightness in real-time to deliver a vivid more radiant image, even in brighter environments. Equally so, not only is Capsule II's internal speaker 60% more powerful than Capsule I (shown below via Amazon) thanks to some neat internal architecture, the driver enclosure has also been expanded by 50% whereby such extra space allows the sound to develop more power and resonance. As the wise once said, 'big space equals big bass.'

Complete with Android TV™ to offer thousands of movies, shows, and games from Google Play, YouTube, and other streaming apps, it's in-built voice search and personalised recommendations mean more time being entertained and less time hunting for something good. The Nebula Capsule II also comes with its own gamepad, offering you instant action with all your favorites, including Zombie Age 2, BombSquad, Mars: Mars, Air Attack 2, Orbia: Tap and Relax, Hungry Shark, BombSquad Pro, and more; and it's not just Android games: the Nebula Capsule II can also support 1080p @ 60fps input, which is essentially compatible with Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox. Mario Cart, Spidey, and Master Chief never looked so good on the go. The SATORI & SCOUT studio are certainly impressed by such a device and when you consider that the Kickstarter campaign can give it all to you at a price reduced from $599 RRP to $399, we have every confidence that you are intrigued by such a proposition and purchase decision. Christmas soon.

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Photography credit : Anker Nebula

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