Anker NEBULA Cosmos 1080p Home Entertainment Projector, 1080p Projector, 810 ANSI Lumens, Android TV 9.0, Digital Zoom, HLG, HDR1

£617.50

  • Cinema in Your Home: Cosmos’s radiant 1080p, 810-ANSI-lumen image features HDR10 so you can watch favorite movies, sports events, games, and more as if you were there in person.
  • Upscale Everything: Cosmos breathes new life into your old DVDs, videos, and even live TV broadcasts thanks to Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG). It automatically detects when you’re watching non-HDR content and upscales it in real-time so everything you watch looks sensational.
  • Sensational Sound: Cosmos’s speakers deliver 360° of true audio courtesy of Dolby Digital Plus. Hear every moment as if you were in the cinema itself. 
  • Fit for Any Home: Adjust the size of Cosmos’s image in an instant with the simple touch of a button via the built-in digital zoom. 
  • All the Apps: Android TV 9.0 is your gateway to a universe of awesome entertainment. Download Prime Video, YouTube, and thousands of other apps, movies, games, and more.
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Product Dimensions

29 x 19.8 x 9.2 cm, 1.5 Kilograms

Date First Available

26 Nov. 2019

Manufacturer

Anker

Item model number

D2140211

Country of origin

China

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4.75

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  1. 04

    by Skinny Frank

    I wasn’t one of the crowdfunding investors, but couldn’t afford the full price so waited to buy during Black Friday discounts. I read the previous reviews about issues (won’t repeat here) that have been fixed – read those reviews and note how quickly after release they updated firmware. Initial connection to my WiFi was troublesome which meant that I couldn’t get the latest updates, but succeeded after some hints and tips from a VERY responsive Anker Cosmos help desk , even though the problems were with my router and not the projector.

    I’m not a home Cinema enthusiast, but the picture from this projector blew me away – able to see and use in a daylit/overcast day at just over 100″ picture size, but of course the picture really ‘pops’ if you draw the curtains/use after dusk, at sizes above 100″. All this on a suitable wall, not a proper screen. The sound is very good and can fill a room without distortion.

    The online manual doesn’t have the latest functions listed, so if you don’t see functions that you’d expect then ask the Anker help desk. I think they’ve added the ‘use as a Bluetooth speaker’ mode and individual adjustment of saturation/contrast/sharpness/brightness individually (these become available AFTER you start playing a video/HDMI connects).

    Fan noise is very low (after the projector adjusts the speed after initial switch on) not absent, but I didn’t find it at all distracting. I think the update may have tweaked the fan speed down a little but can’t be absolutely sure; the projector does a good job of modulating the fan speed.

    The help desk were very responsive – even chasing me for an update after a weekend of tinkering and experimenting! It’s this that gives me the confidence that they listen to their customers and will continue to tweak/improve based on feed back.

    All in all I love the picture (native 1080P) and the sound. Personally I prefer to place it in the front and centre to maximise that gorgeous picture and minimise use of the digital H&V keystone (there is a greyscale halo which becomes more obvious as you increase keystoning). I have successfully used it off an old tripod, but now I just have to work out where to permanently install it!

  2. 04

    by Tim Plowright

    I got this for £500 in the Black Friday sale and it seems like a bargain. I also bought a high quality screen to go with it which does help (I tried it on a wall and it was good, but notably better on a proper screen).

    The image is Full HD and is very good to my eyes. My screen is 106inch and it looks great, very clear and minimal lag or blurring. I have the projector mounted on an old tripod and it does take a little fiddling to get it exactly level and fitted to the screen etc but nothing too excessive. I haven’t explored all the settings yet but it is already v good and we have really enjoyed watching some films and shows on it and the kids love playing their Nintendo Switch on it too.

    Brightness is good, it is bright enough for a reasonable experience in a room in daylight with curtains/blinds closed but the darker you can make the room the better. In full daylight you can see the image but it is washed out and far from ideal, it is watchable though and I may well give it a go in summer to watch sport outdoors (I’ll try and remember to report back how this goes).

    The sound from the onboard speakers is surprisingly good considering the price point. It is plenty loud enough for a good sized room but lacks bass and quality compared to a good quality speaker set up. I haven’t yet felt the need to connect to a separate speaker, but probably would if seeking a really cinema like experience.

    Overall this is a really impressive bit of kit, especially at the discounted price point. I considered many other options but anything notably better (4k and/or lots more lumens) was often three times (or more) the (discounted) price and others in the Anker range seemed inferior (Mars II etc). If portability is important for you then the version with the battery will be highly portable as it is fairly small and light and would easily fit into a rucksack or even a supermarket carrier bag. As an entry into projectors for home cinema and sport watching only someone with unrealistic expectations (at this price point) could be disappointed.

  3. 04

    by Amazon Customer

    I had previously bought a Yaufey LED projector for a small bedroom home cinema set up but after a few months of use it was watchable but struggled with dark scenes particularly.

    Step up the Anker NEBULA Cosmos Full HD 1080p bought on a black Friday deal a few weeks back. Its an altogether better bit of kit, brightness is on another level and the detail on the screen is superb. Set up was straight forward so far I cannot fault it. i use it mainly fed via HDMI from my amazon so cant comment on its inbuilt apps.

    What i can say is on the occasions that I’ve used its inbuilt speakers its sounded far batter than expected, i use it in conjunction with a 5.1 amp and speakers but for occasional use the speakers are very good.

    All in all very pleased with this projector.

  4. 04

    by An indulgent Father

    Likes:
    Easy to set up
    Easy to figure out how to use (I am a man so instruction manuals are optional 🙂 )
    Good sound system
    Dislikes:
    Wish Sky Go and Netflix could be loaded – but can easily be used from Tablet (Netfix) or Laptop (both)

    I spent some time assessing what projector to get and looked at different makes, models, reviews, brightness etc – as a complete amateur!
    I settled on this as someone I knew had an Anker Nebula and I was impressed by it. I am happy I made the right decision, I feel it is a great product for the price. Film viewing is important to me and this is a great product. I will use it in the garden in an evening/night and the sound is good enough to annoy neighbours!

    This review is by a real customer and not paid for in any way.

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Anker NEBULA Cosmos 1080p Home Entertainment Projector, 1080p Projector, 810 ANSI Lumens, Android TV 9.0, Digital Zoom, HLG, HDR1

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