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This portable home theater is like nothing you’ve seen before, and it’s never been cheaper

The Nebula Mars Portable Cinema might look vaguely like your typical portable projector, but it's an entirely different breed. This compact device features unrivaled brightness for this class at 3,000 lumens, and it also has best-in-class battery life, capable of delivering three straight hours of playback. It packs integrated JBL speakers for superior sound, and it can connect to any iPhone, iPad, or Android device wirelessly.
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