Elite Screens Debuts Whiteboard Projection Screens

elitescreens-WHITEBOARD-SIZES-0316Elite Screens recently announced the launch of its new line of whiteboard projection screens. The multi-role combination of a whiteboard and theater-grade projection screen is interesting for a classroom or training facility. The Whiteboard Screen-TE or “Thin Edge” classroom projection screen combines the two most vital classroom visual aids by providing theater-grade imagery and a dry-erase writing surface within one well made design. A standard whiteboard is ill-suited to be a projector screen. Between surface glare and distracting color shift, regular whiteboards impede the instructor’s attempts to present a clear message. The Whiteboard Screen TE provides superior picture quality free from glare and with full color neutrality.

The Whiteboard Screen TE is the latest in Elite’s line of whiteboard-projection screens designed to work with Standard, Short Throw & UST projectors. It uses Elite’s Versawhite dry-erase material over a magnetic backing. The Versawhite material is made of a 1.1 gain matte white projection surface that gives clear color reproduction and a wide viewing angle for limitless training/classroom applications. The material is coated with a scratch-resistant optical nanotech resin. This allows the screen to also serve as a dry-erase board. Lastly, this product is GREENGUARD certified for indoor air quality compliance. It is important to make sure that the synthetic products you use are not emitting potentially harmful chemicals into the air that you and your students breathe.  This certification guarantees that this product meets the strictest safety requirements for indoor air quality emissions.

The thin-edge design serves two purposes. First, it’s 5mm edge bezel protects the screen’s exterior while allowing the instructor to maximize presentation space. Second, it has an aesthetically pleasing appearance that also supports a utility tray. Also referred to as an accessory tray, it has a stout design that not only holds all the dry-erase essentials but can act as a support for the various interactive whiteboard accessories on the market today, in essence, turning your projection surface into a large interactive video display.

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All the specs are here.