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A Laser TV…. in your pocket? – How do Laser Projectors Work?

A Laser TV.... in your pocket? - How do Laser Projectors Work?

Video by JerryRigEverything via YouTube
A Laser TV.... in your pocket? - How do Laser Projectors Work?

Today we find out how a laser projector works from the INSIDE! Get current pricing on the Capsule 3 HERE 👇:
If youve ever though that LED or bulb projectors are too faded and dim – It might be time to take a look at a new Laser project from Nebula. This Capsule 3 pocket sized laser projector is 1.8 times BRIGHTER than a regular LED projector. Which makes movies look great in a dark room all the way up to 120 inches.

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