The new Cosmos Laser series from Nebula wants to bring cinema feeling into your own four walls. It includes the Nebula Cosmos Laser Full HD and 4K, which differ in terms of resolution and price. HDR10, AndroidTV 10 and Dolby Audio sound, on the other hand, are offered by both laser projectors.
Nebula Cosmos Laser Full HD and 4K launch in stores
The Nebula Cosmos Laser Full HD and 4K laser projectors differ in terms of maximum resolution, but both offer extreme brightness, rich colors and high contrast with HDR10 and optional 3D.
With a weight of 4.9 kilograms, its compact dimensions (26.4 x 22.1 x 16.5 centimeters) and the integrated carrying handle, the projectors are mobile and can also be used outdoors and can be powered, for example, with the help of a PowerStation.
The projection ratio is 1.27:1, which makes the projectors suitable for a diagonal of 60 inches to 150 inches. Furthermore, the autofocus, as well as an alignment and keystone correction, ensure an optimal image. Optionally, the manufacturer also offers a high-quality automatic screen.
Eye Guard protects the eyes: if a person approaches the projection, the Cosmos Laser automatically blocks out the beams. Even with eyes closed, the projectors shine: two 10-watt speakers (plus two 5-watt tweeters in the 4K model) enable clear 360-degree sound with AiFi technology. Android TV 10 with all streaming apps rounds out the multimedia package.
- Display Technology: DLP
- Resolution: 3840 x 2160 (4K) or 1920 x 1080 (FHD)
- Brightness: 2400 ISO lumens (5000 light source)
- LED lifetime: 25,000 hours
- Projection ratio: 1.27
- Focus: Fast-second autofocus
- Bevel correction: Seconds auto keystone correction
- Connectors: 1x HDMI, 1x USB-A, 1x AUX
- RAM: 2GB DDR
- ROM: 16GB eMMC
- Speakers: 2x 10W full-range and 2x 5W audiotweeter
- WLAN: dual frequency 2.4/5GHz
- Bluetooth: BT5.0
- Ventilation: <30dB
- OS: Android TV 10.0
- Chromecast: Supported
- App Store: Google Play
- Audio Decoding: Dolby Audio
- Video Decoding: HDR 10
Prices and availability
The Full HD and Nebula Cosmos Laser 4K laser projectors are available now from the manufacturer’s website, as well as Amazon.com. The FHD model of the projector has an MSRP of 1,699 euros, while the 4K variant is available for 2,199 euros.