67 x 50 Projector Screen with Tripod Stand, 84-inch Retractable Screen - Black
- Includes Tripod Floor Stand for Stability
- Retractable Screen Measures 67 x 50
- Screen is Stored Within the Metal Cassette In-between Uses
Projection Screen features Tripod Stand
Are you shopping for a projection screen for a classroom? Do you need a display to show a PowerPoint presentation for a business meeting? This projection screen is easy to set up and is suitable for either school or commercial use. Most learning institutes use some type of a tripod-style portable projector stand in their classrooms. This projection screen is a mid-size unit that is suited for a smaller audience sizes. The manual setup design lets shoppers save money when you compare prices with some other fancier screens. The 50"h x 67"w projection screen is also great for use at a tradeshow or convention to use as a visual aid.
The top of this display can tip forward to minimize distortion from overhead projectors. The projection screen features a retractable design that rolls up into the metal cassette. This allows the screen to be protected when not in use. The projection screen attaches to a lightweight adjustable tripod stand. The overall height can be adjusted between 67" and 90" high. Use this projection screen to display a lesson plan, business proposal, or clever marketing slogans. This projector stand weighs approximately 25 lbs. and requires no additional tools for proper set up. Assembly for this projection screen is as easy as setting up the stand, and pulling up the screen.
|Height Range Min. x Max.||67.0" x 90.0"|
|Placement Style||Floor Standing|
|Screen Width x Height||67.0" x 50.0"|
|Screen Diagonal Size||84.0"|
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WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause Cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.