Sound bar with integrated streaming media player like the Nebula Soundbar Fire TV Edition helps to declutter the TV console somewhat, but if you want to take decluttering to the extreme, you should be looking at a projector like the new Nebula Cosmos Max Projector.

Projector is the name of the game for Nebula, but Cosmos Max marks the first 4K projector for the Anker’s brand. Besides it being the brand’s first 4K projector, it is also the first 4K home projector to tout 3D Audio.

Nebula Cosmos Max Projector

All told, this little guy is rocking four 10-watt speakers, optimized by Dolby Digital Plus.

Other features include support for 4K UHD and HDR10, 1500 ANSI lumens brightness, 100,000:1 contrast ratio, support for Mirror Cast, and a host of connectivity like USB, HDMI, as well as Bluetooth and WiFi.

Nebula Cosmos Max is powered by Android 9 Pie and you know what this means. This means, limitless entertainment, be it gaming, music or movies or TV shows – all without the need to mar your minimalist living room.

Nebula Cosmos Max Projector

Nebula Cosmos Max is able to project images equivalent to 15—inch on any flat, white wall. But it does not come cheap. Expect it to run you back at $1,099-1,199 at this point on Kickstarter.

Final retail price is expected to be $1,699. Then again, it is significantly cheaper than buying a 90-inch or larger TV.

If you are on a budget, there’s the lesser FHD version, known simple as Nebula Cosmos, offered in the same campaign going for $429-469. Cosmos final retail price will be $699. The choice is yours.

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Images: Anker/Nebula.

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