Projector screens are no longer found in just classrooms or movie theaters –there are now projector screens designed for restaurants, home theaters, conference rooms, chapels, and even outdoor theaters. They are available in every imaginable size, manual or electric, in-ceiling or portable. Even the standard pull-down option for classrooms has expanded to include dual dry-erase and projector screen products, with Elite Screens at the forefront of this product development. “Our whiteboard screens have revolutionized the way schools use projector technology. Instead of projecting onto a surface that blocks or hides the dry-erase board behind it, educators can now use projected images in new, interactive ways.” - http://www.elitescreens.com/
A key component to Elite Screens’ business model is research and development. Constant engagement with their customers and installers allow them to identify new market demand, and in turn develop new products to fill these industry needs. Every screen goes through a rigorous testing process before it becomes available to purchase, and older models undergo regular quality checks. This devotion to quality gives the Elite Screens brand a solid reputation with consumers –drivingbusiness growth over the last decade. - http://www.elitescreens.com/
Headquartered in Southern California, Elite Screens recently celebrated its 10th anniversary in the projection screen business. Their products are used widely in government projects, nonprofit organizations, military bases, educational facilities, and churches around the globe. Devotion to quality and innovation has earned them customer respect and numerous awards in the AV industry.