Have your own backyard movie night with the GPX Projection Screen


Growing up, I fondly remember heading to the drive-in theatre a few times over the summer. It definitely was fun watching a movie sitting in the back of the car under the summer night sky. Unfortunately, drive-in theatres are few and far between but you can still experience the “drive-in” experience right at home with the GPX Projection Screen.

With the GPX Indoor/Outdoor Projector Screen the world is your screening room. Project your favorite movies, games, or photos onto the 70″ screen with ease. Simply unfold the single-piece frame and attach the screen for viewing indoors or out. The screen comes with everything you need (carrying bag, floor stand, frame and hardware) and the lightweight design fits neatly in the included carrying case so you can take your screening parties on the road.

GPX product description

Of course, you’ll need a projector of some sort but those are definitely becoming more affordable and popular. There are even some smaller portable ones that connect to your smartphones, giving you even more flexibility with your portable media.

The GPX Projection Screen is constructed from PVC and has a bit of elasticity. For home theatre buffs, the screen also features a 1.3 gain which, for the non-buffs, reflects 30% more light back when compared to a standard white board. The 1.3 gain gives you a brighter image and will definitely be necessary when using this screen outside.

Specifications of the the GPX screen, suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, include:

  • 70″ diagonal screen
  • Indoor / outdoor use
  • Widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio
  • Gain: 1.3
  • Screen material: PVC with elasticity
  • Single-piece folding frame
  • Aluminum tubing construction
  • Detachable legs
  • Folds for travel
  • Dimensions: 66.54 x 45.28 x 63.78″

Available at an MSRP of US$199.99, the screen comes with everything you need including the screen, frame, legs, rope and stakes, carrying case, and a screen storage bag. It can be purchased from the GPX website.

What do you think about the GPX Projection Screen? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter, Facebook, or MeWe.

Last Updated on February 3, 2021.


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