Office Supplies, Projector Screens
120” x 120” Electric Projection Screen
- Easy push-button operation with remote control.
- Auto-locking feature for variable height settings.
- Square format display with Four-sided masking black borders.
- Wall or Ceiling Mounted.
- High-quality professional grade matte white screen.
- Quiet screen motor for noise-free operation.
- Quality durable casing in white polymer finish.
72″ X 72″ Manual Projector Screen
- Pull-down type projector screen
- Mounted on the wall or ceiling
- Ideal for meeting rooms, classrooms or other presentation venues
- Also good for home theater
- Pulling down or up is manually controlled
- Finished in quality matte white fabric
- Screen is square type
- With Durable white casing
84″ X 84″ Manual Projector Screen
- 1.1 Screen Format: 84″x 84″: 119″ Diagonal
- Self-Lock Device Allows the Screen to Be Stopped At Any Position
- Pull down and Roll Back Automatically Projection Screen
- Easy to Clean Screen Surface, Simply Wipe with Water
- Ideal for Conference Room, Classroom or Home Theater.
96″ X 96″ Portable Tripod Projector Screen
- High-resolution, white matte portable tripod projection screen enhances any presentation image; 70″ W x 70″ H
- Screen retracts on smooth-rolling springs into durable steel carrying case for convenient storage and transport
- Flame retardant and mildew resistant for long-term value.
- With carrying bag.
Buy high-quality projector screens in Kenya for the best price only at Dove Computers
A projector screen is an essential component of any home theater or professional business projector. It’s the surface onto which your projectors project the image, and it can make a significant difference in the quality of your viewing experience. At Dove Computers we ensure you buy the best projector screens in Nairobi Kenya. This is a guide to what you need to know before buying a projector screen.
Types of Projector Screens
When it comes to projector screens, there are several types to choose from. Each has its own strengths and weaknesses, so it’s important to consider your specific needs before deciding which one to buy.
- Fixed frame Screens: Fixed frame screens are permanently mounted to the wall and provide a flat, wrinkle-free surface for projection. They are ideal for dedicated home theater rooms where the screen will not be moved.
- Motorized Electric Projector Screens: Motorized electric projector screens are mounted to the ceiling or wall and can be raised and lowered using a remote control. They’re a great option if you want the convenience of a retractable screen without the hassle of manually setting it up.
- Manual Projector Screens: Manual pull-down screens are mounted to the ceiling or wall and have a retractable screen that you pull down by hand when you want to use it. They’re a good option if you want a retractable screen but don’t want to spend a lot of money.
- Portable Screens: Portable screens are lightweight and easy to set up, making them ideal for presentations on-the-go. They can be either manual or motorized and usually come with a carrying for easy transport.
What factors to consider when buying a projector
When choosing a projector screen to buy, there are several key features you should consider.
- Screen size: The screen size you choose will depend on the size of your room and the distance between the screen and the projector. Make sure to choose a screen size that is appropriate for your viewing environment.
- Aspect ratio: The aspect ratio refers to the ratio of the screen’s width to its height. The most common aspect ratios are 16:9 and 4:3. If you’re planning to use your screen primarily for movies, a 16:9 aspect ratio.
- Gain: The gain of a screen to its ability to reflect light. A higher gain screen will reflect more light, resulting in a brighter image. However, a higher gain screen can also result in a narrower viewing angle.
- Material: The material of the screen can have a significant impact on image quality. Some popular screen materials include matte white, high-contrast gray, and acoustically transparent. Make sure to choose a material that is appropriate for your viewing environment.
- Viewing Angle: The viewing angle refers to the angle from which the screen can be viewed without losing image quality. A wider viewing angle is better if you plan to have multiple viewers.
- Installation: Consider the installation process when choosing a projector screen. Fixed frame screens require more setup time than motorized or manual pull-down screens. Portable screens are the easiest to set up but may sacrifice image quality for convenience.