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The 10 Best Portable Projection Screens  May 2020

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Your Guide To Buying a Portable Projection Screen

By Yehudah Posnick

    If you are a teacher, you invest a lot of time preparing material for your class. But you have to display it as well. If you have to give a presentation at your company, the presentation itself has to be shown on something. A portable projection screen is a white screen that you can take along with you, and project the Powerpoint, lecture notes, or the movie that you want to display from your portable projector. When you're finished, you can roll it up and carry it to your next destination. You can also use one in your home, and convert it to a home theater—when you're finished, you just pack it away. There are some features that are worth keeping in mind when selecting a projection screen.

    We've put together this guide to help you select the best portable projection screens that answer to your needs. It'll help you:

    • Choose the right type of portable projection screens,

    • See useful tips about that type of portable projection screens,    

    • Read reviews of different brands of portable projection screens, and what customers are saying,

    • Select the right brand of portable projection screens, and

    • Compare prices and find the best deals.

    • Tabletop: This sets up on a tabletop, with a display of 50 inches on the diagonal.

    • Floor stand: This type has a telescopic tripod stand, or rectangular frame, that opens up and supports the screen.

    • Free-standing: Elite Screens makes a free-standing screen (Reflexion Series) with internal sliding legs. Each of the legs is adjustable to various heights, so it can configured even for a non-level floor.

    • Wall Bracket: These are projection screens that you can hang from a detachable wall bracket.

    Based on all the consumers' reviews we've scanned, these are the top things they mentioned about their new stuff:

    • Easy assembly: The JaeilPLM is known to be a projection screen that is easy to assemble. It can be mastered in 5-10 minutes.

    • Sturdy: If you're interested in viewing movies outdoors, you want to make sure that the screen is up to it. The fasteners that attach the screen should be secure enough that the screen doesn't move in the wind. You also don't want it to be top-heavy, that it will tip over in the wind.

    • Vertical frame preferred: People notice that having vertical supports at the top and bottom of the screen is preferred to a horizontally opening screen. Even though the horizontally open screen takes up less space, it tends to put a deformation in the screen that impairs the quality of the picture. Also, in the horizontally-opening screen, the top of the screen tends to sag.

    • Expandable display: There are portable projection screens that can expand to different width-to-height ratios of sizes. For example, the Epson ES300 Ultra Portable Projection Screen can be set to the following ratios: Standard (4:3)(this was typical for computer displays until 2003), Widescreen (16:9)(this is used in television screens), and Widescreen (16:10) (this is typically used in computer displays and tablets). It has a size selector switch to change between the various ratios.

    • Light output: You have to check that your projector has enough light output to illuminate the entire screen. (The strength of the projector is given in ANSI lumens.) Otherwise, you should plan the size of the screen according to what is compatible with the projector: The larger the screen, the more light it must produce.

    • Gain of a screen: The gain of the screen is the amount that the material of the screen enhances the brightness of the image. The more a screen reflects light, the more gain it has. If a screen has a gain of 4, that means that it will enhance the image brightness 4x more than a standard white screen.

    • Size of the display: The screen's size is defined by the size of the diagonal in inches. Free-standing screens can be 100, 110, or even 150 inches on the diagonal.

    • Ambient light: There are a variety of colors for screen materials, to be as efficient as possible in dealing with the background (ambient) light: matte white (which is best for home video) or gray (to reject ambient light). There are also rear projection screens, for outdoor projection, where there isn't any other way of reducing the ambient light.

    Epsonare manufacturers of printers, ink cartridges, scanners, and projectors. They were founded in 1942 as the Daiwa Kogyo Ltd., which later became the Seiko Epson Corporation.

    Visual Apex—has a selection of different projectors from a number of major companies and manufacturers. They also deal in LED TVs, 3D glasses and accessories. Their headquarters is located in Bainbridge Island, Washington.

    Elite Screens—is a manufacturer of projection screens, with their world headquarters located in California. They aim to make cinema-uality projection screens that are affordable, but have features that are usually reserved for professionals..--

    JaeilPLM—are makers of a projection screen with a setup stand. Their projection screen is flicker-free, as well as portable, so that it is suitable for outdoor presentations.

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