Yesterday, at a hardware event in New York Anker introduced a handful of new products. It includes an updated Mini projector, the release date for one of the company’s Google Assistant-equipped smart speakers and a tiny charger. The company plans to ship its Nebula Capsule II projector by March 2019, this is the second model in Nebula capsule series which runs on Andriod TV.
It now supports USB-C charging port, a higher-resolution image at 720p (1280 x 720), a brighter image at 200 lumens, a more powerful 8W speaker, and the inclusion of Google Assistant. The projector will have an HDMI port, USB, AUX-out, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Chromecast functionality. The price of this device starts at $349. The next thing on the list of the newly launched products is PowerPort Atom which is a compact wall charger specially manufactured to free up spaces around an outlet.
The device supports a USB-C port and is still small than most of the standard smartphone chargers. The price of the device starts at $30, the company even claims that it is powerful enough to charge a Nintendo Switch or even a MacBook. It has an output of 27w and takes some time to charge the gadget, no release date announced for this one yet.
Lastly, Anker revealed the new Bluetooth speaker series. The first entry in the series of a speaker which is Donut-shaped Model Zero+ features Dolby Audio, Google Assistant functionality and Google Assistant built-in. The model zero+ has “Designed by Scan-Speak,” which according to the company increases its audio output definition and makes the speaker sound better.
The model zero acquired fewer features but has a double battery life which gives up to 10 hours of the speaker life, the price of the device set at $200-$250 and they will available next month.