Draper Brings New Projector Lift to CEDIA

Draper will offer a solution to this situation: the Credenza Projector Lift

(Spiceland, Ind.) - Even though a ceiling-installed projector is preferred for a home theatre setting, sometimes that just isn't practical. Maybe there isn't room above the ceiling, or to have it hanging in the room. Maybe something's in the way.


At CEDIA 2013, Draper will offer a solution to this situation: the Credenza Projector Lift, which allows for the installation of a projector or video conferencing camera in almost any cabinet or other furniture. At the touch of a button, Credenza Lift raises your projector out of hiding. When you're finished, the projector is retracted back out of the way until the next time it's needed.

The reliable lift mechanism can be fitted with different shelf sizes to accommodate different projectors, and can be controlled via wall switch or remote.

To see how Draper's new Credenza Lift gets technology out of your way, stop by booth #3318 at CEDIA 2012, September 26-28 in Denver.

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