Last month we showed you the Cube, a pretty impressive pocket-sized projector. Now another company may have come up with something even more exciting. Dubbed the “sProjector,” this device boasts better specs than the Cube and runs smarter software. It’s not finished yet but, when it is, it should be priced lower than the Cube, too.

The new projector recently launched on Indiegogo, where it quickly blew past its crowd-funding goal. It’s capable of projecting a screen measuring up to 180 inches across with a 1080p resolution. It also packs a 5-hour battery and a fan-less setup. The product is small enough to hold in your hand and should fit comfortably in your pocket as well.

The sProjector’s most exciting feature may be its software. The device runs a modified version of Android 5.1 Lollipop with Google Play support. That means you can download pretty much any app and project it onto the wall, including popular streaming services like Netflix, HBO Now, Hulu, Twitch and YouTube.

The design includes a few physical navigation buttons. It can also connect wirelessly to a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard, and comes with its own remote control. The company says it has a working prototype, but it’s still improving the design so it actually looks like the slick renders featured on Indiegogo.

You can pre-order the sProjector now for $190. The company says it should be ready to ship as soon as next month, though it’s possible some unexpected issue could end up delaying the actual release.