Draper High Performance XS850E Wins Award

One of the latest projection screen surface offerings from Draper, Inc., has been recognized for its outstanding qualities by a major industry publication.

One of the latest projection screen surface offerings from Draper, Inc., has been recognized for its outstanding qualities by a major industry publication.


Draper's High Performance XS850E will receive an Exite! Award from Custom Retailer Magazine during the 2012 CEDIA Expo, taking place September 6-8 in Indianapolis.

High Performance XS850E is an optical screen surface incorporating multilayer film technology to provide precise resolution, high contrast, a vivid color palette and a remarkably broad viewing cone. "High Performance XS850E gives a nice bright image in the dark or with ambient light," according to Draper Fabric Coordinator Brian Hocker. "What makes this surface really special, though, is that you see the same great image off axis, and the contrast levels are excellent in all conditions."

High Performance XS850E is an optical screen surface incorporating multilayer film technology. It is available on Draper's Clarion and Onyx fixed screens.

To see Draper's new High Performance XS850E viewing surface in action, stop by booth #5025 at CEDIA 2012, September 6-8 in Indianapolis.

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