All in One: Projection Screen and Dry Erase Board

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Da-Lite’s Interactive Dry Erase Application (IDEA) is the first and only line of dual purpose projection screens that includes the functionality of a dry erase board. The screen is optimized for use with short throw projectors and is built with durability and surface uniformity to ensure the highest integrity of image quality available today. The surface is hotspot-free under projection and consistently produces clear, bright and vibrant images. And, for the interactive environment, the IDEA line is magnetic and provides optimal touch performance. All together, this makes it an ideal solution for classrooms, training rooms or board rooms in the educational or corporate markets.

IDEA projection screens aredalite1 standard with the following features:

  • Projection-quality surface can be written on with dry-erase markers
  • Stream-lined aesthetic frame in black or silver finish
  • Wall brackets for easy wall mount installation
  • Improved screen offers a gain of 2.5, along with a 25-degree viewing angle
  • Tray for storing markers, erasers and interactive tools
  • Includes IDEA Marker Kit
  • GREENGUARD® Certified and GREENGUARD® Gold Indoor Air Quality Certified

Da-Lite was founded over a hundred years ago by Adele De Berri, the inventor of the Silver Screen. Since then, Da-Lite has continued its reputation as an innovator and today is known as the leading producer and provider of high quality commercial and residential projection surfaces, screens and accessories worldwide. This US based company has headquarters in Warsaw, Indiana and additional operations in the U.S. and Europe.

CCS Presentation Systems carefully selects our AV partners to ensure the highest quality product and service to our clients. We are proud to partner with Da-Lite and provide the IDEA interactive projection screens. Call our southwest headquarters in Scottsdale at 480-348-0100 to speak with one of our specialists and visit our website, Facebook, Google+, and Twitter pages.

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