Nebula Mars II vs ViewSonic M1

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Product

Nebula Mars II
ViewSonic M1

Model

Mars II
M1

Brand

Nebula
ViewSonic

Rating

4.3 of 5
3.9 of 5

Reviews

159
110

Resolution

Native resolution

1280 x 720
854 x 480

Max resolution (resized)

1280 x 720
1920 x 1080

Resolution abbreviation

HD
WVGA

Properties

Projection screen size, inch

30 - 150
24 - 100

Projection distance, m/ft

1 - 3/3.2 - 9.8
0.6 - 2.7/1.5 - 6.5

Aspect ratio

16:9
16:9

Brightness, lumens

1500
250

Contrast ratio

1000:1
120000:1

Throw ratio range

1.1 - 1.2

Color reproduction

1.07 billion

Pixel number

921600
2073600

Projection system

DLP
DLP

Noise level, dBA

32
32

Input lag, ms

33

Power consumption, W

57
55

Features

Remote control

Mouse functions

HDR

3D

Security

Projection method

front, rear, tabletop
front, tabletop

Lamp

Lamp type, W

Lamp life (normal mode), hours

30000
30000

Lamp life (eco mode), hours

30000

Connectivity

HDMI

1
1

VGA input

Composite video input (RCA)

Audio input (RCA)

Audio input (3.5mm)

Audio output (3.5mm)

1
1

SPDIF (optical)

Ethernet (RJ45)

MHL

RS232 (DB-9pin)

12V trigger

USB

1
1

USB (service)

Audio

Integrated speakers

Speaker power, W

20
6

Sound type

stereo
stereo

Video compatibility

NTSC

PAL

SECAM

Lens

F-number

Focal length, mm

Lens shift

vertical +/- 40%

Zoom ratio

Settings

Keystone adjustment vertical, +- degrees

40
40

Keystone adjustment horizontal, +- degrees

Operating temperature

Min, C/F

0/32
0/32

Max, C/F

35/95
40/104

User manual

Manual

Dimensions

Size W x H x D, сm/inches

12.2 × 13.8 × 17.8/ 4.8 × 5.4 × 7
12.70 x 14.73 x 4.06/5 x 5.8 x 1.6

Weight, kg/pounds

1.4/2.2
0.69/1.52

Projectors HelpToChoose comparison rating

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  • worse
  • 11.8
  • 7.3
  • 11.8Nebula Mars II
  • 7.3ViewSonic M1

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