As the name suggests, Cosmos Laser 4K is capable of presenting a laser light source to display the projection results. The size it is capable of producing is up to 150 inches on the screen (or wall) at a brightness of up to 2,400 lumens.
The projector comes with a handle on the top. This allows it to be moved more easily between rooms in the house. However, this 4K laser projector is not equipped with an internal battery so it is not suitable for traveling and use outdoors. Users must continue to rely on the socket to use it.
users can enjoy 4K UHD (3,840 x 2,160 pixels) content at a very large size. This projector is capable of displaying projections of up to 150 inches from a distance of 4.2 meters to the screen. For the record, a 60-inch image can be produced from a distance of 1.7 meters.
And if using a screen, the unit will sync automatically for easy setup. Auto focus and auto keystone correction will also help with positioning flexibility.
There is Rec.709 color gamut support up to 100% and HDR10. The Laser Forge Image Engine feature includes ALPD 3.0 software to monitor brightness, saturation, and contrast for excellent semi-displays. While the laser phosphor light source produces a brightness of 2,400 lumens which is bright enough to be used in a lighted room.
This projector has an ARM Cortex-A55 processor and Mali graphics backed by 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage. The operating system is Android TV 10 with access to thousands of entertainment apps, including Disney+, HBO, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Netflix.
There are also two 10W full-range speakers and two 5W tweeters for more immersive audio with Dolby support. The price for the Anker Nebula Cosmos 4K laser projector is $1,299.