Screen Innovations Introduces Slate Screen Technology


By RS Staff December 22,2013


Screen Innovations (SI) is now offering Slate to its worldwide dealer network, designed to provide dealers with an option beyond white and gray screens.  

According to the company, Slate eliminates the need to settle for white or gray screens by rejecting 65 percent of the room’s ambient light. See the differences between Black Diamond, Slate, and White or Gray screens at: www.screeninnovations.com/screen-materials/slate.

“Now, the best screen technology is available for all applications,” said Ryan Gustafson, president of Screen Innovations.

Slate, made in the USA, is a flexible multi-particle optical screen offered in standard sizes up to 200-inch 16:9; larger sizes are available on request. Slate is available in Motorized, Zero Edge, and Fixed Frame screen formats.

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