The Nebula Capsule 3 continues the range's soda can aesthetic and is small enough to be placed just about anywhere. It produces 200 ANSI lumens of brightness and can run for up to two-and-a-half hours on a single charge of its 52Wh battery.
Fast charging is supported through its USB-C connection, or you can simply power the device for longer viewing sessions.
The laser projector includes a built-in 8W speaker with Dolby Digital+ support, while a quarter-20 tripod screw means you can stand it up anywhere, or simply place it on a table or bookshelf.
The Nebula Mars 3 Air is a larger projector that is capable of 400 ANSI lumens of brightness. It too has up to two-and-a-half hours of battery life, but this time via a 64.8Wh rechargeable battery.
Its design is more lantern style, with a carry handle at the top, although it also comes with a quarter-20 tripod screw on the bottom.
You get stereo sound this time, with two 8W speakers on board.
Both projectors provide 1080p Full HD images and come with auto-focus, auto-keystone, and auto-screen fit tech. There is also an auto obstacle avoidance feature which dims the output when it detects a person walking in front of the beam.
There is also Chromecast and Google Assistant support.
In addition, each of the new projectors come with a HDMI port, so you can connect an external source, such as a games console or Blu-ray player.
The Nebula Capsule 3 and Nebula Mars 3 Air projectors will be available for £499.99 and £549.99 respectively, from both the official website and Amazon. They'll go on sale fully from "early December".