Nebula Cosmos Laser 4K Review : Anker’s 4k projector With Compact Speakers | Tech Reviews
Nebula Cosmos 4K Laser is Anker’s latest projector that makes a clear commitment to image and sound quality, offering 4K resolution with a Laser lighting system and a 4-speaker sound system in a compact format that you can easily move around.
We analyze the Nebula Cosmos 4K Laser (see on Amazon), a new compact and portable projector that allows you to take the best image and sound quality anywhere and project on a screen of up to 150 inches from a very short distance.
Portable projectors have become a very versatile way to enjoy series, movies and games anywhere without the hassle of installing and adjusting a conventional projection system. Despite its size, the Nebula Cosmos 4K Laser offers very good image quality and surprising sound , as well as allowing access to content from streaming platforms thanks to the Android TV 10 system and its good connectivity.
Anker ‘s first portable laser projector will arrive in our country for a price of 2,199 euros , through distributors such as Amazon. It is not a price within the reach of any user, but its high-end features mean that, at least on paper, its high price is justified.
Design & Remote: Not the most compact projector, but easy to carry
We begin the review of the Anker Nebula Cosmos 4K Laser by talking about its design and portability.
This is a true Swiss army knife of entertainment that brings together in a single device a projector with 4K resolution, a sound system and a Chromecast in a device smaller than a shoebox with dimensions of 26.41 x 22.09 x 16 .51 cm and 4.9 kg of weight .
When taking the projector out of its box, I was surprised by its careful design and finishes that are not only aesthetic, but have been designed for a purpose. The projector lens is the protagonist of the front, decorated with an external ring of an attractive metallic red color.
Anker already has several projectors on the market – in fact, there was already a 1080p version of this same model – so we found details such as placing the lens behind protective glass to prevent dust from entering . On the sides of the lens we find a pair of TOF sensors that are responsible for the trapezoidal correction and automatic focus of the image .
In the upper part, the robust carrying handle stands out that rises on a non-slip surface that, personally, has been very useful for me to leave the remote control on top while I was not using it, without the risk of it falling.
Behind the handle is the control area where the lighting system reveals the various touch controls with which you can navigate the interface or configure the projector without the need for a remote control. The only physical button is the power button.
The sides of the Nebula Cosmos 4K Laser have a perforated design that gives it a modern look, but has a double use. On the one hand, that open design allows the sound to come out since the speaker system is precisely there.
On the other hand, these perforations allow the interior of the projector to be cooled thanks to an active cooling system that takes in fresh air from the right side and expels it from the left side, generating a fairly contained noise of 31 dB that does not bother when watching a movie or series on the projector.