Solo Trav­eler

Sound & Vision - - OUTDOOR IMMERSION -

Watch­ing a movie out­side un­der the starry sky is a great way to wind down af­ter a back­yard bar­be­cue with friends. All you need to make it hap­pen is a por­ta­ble video pro­jec­tor, a sim­ple sound sys­tem, and a screen. There are plenty of out­door screen op­tions, but none are as full-fea­tured as the Solo from Screen In­no­va­tions. A ba­sic Solo con­sists of the com­pany’s tab-ten­sioned Slate 1.2 screen ma­te­rial housed in a slim 2.75-inch cas­sette. The mo­tor­ized screen is con­trolled by an RF re­mote, and it’s pow­ered by a recharge­able lithium-ion bat­tery that can op­er­ate for up to two years on a sin­gle charge. Mul­ti­ple ac­ces­sories ex­tend your con­trol and mount­ing op­tions, in­clud­ing suc­tion-cup mounts for quick-and-easy in­stal­la­tion on an RV or garage door. The Solo is avail­able in stan­dard 80-, 90-, and 100-inch screen sizes. Prices start at $1,600. screenin­no­va­tions.com

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