Stewart Filmscreen Gives Its StarGlas a Nifty Lift
The new StarLift from Stewart is a motorized mechanism to raise and lower the StarGlas rear-projection screen.
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Stewart Filmscreen’s StarLift can raise and lower StarGlas screens to keep them out of sight when you want.
January 14, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger

If star-gazing is your thing, Stewart Filmscreen can take you to a whole new level. The company came out with its stunning StarGlas screen technology last year, and at this year’s CES introduced StarLift, a motorized mechanism to raise and lower the StarGlas rear-projection screen.

The device can go into a piece of furniture, so your video screen can be even less obstrusive in whatever room you want to view it, as visually striking as the StarGlas screens may be.

StarLift is available and can come pre-installed with two sizes of StarGlas—the 65H (diagonal) can be fully extended with a height of 34 inches and width of 57 inches; the 72H is with dimensions of 37 and 63 inches.

Pricing starts at $8,999 for the 65H version. The StarLift comes in either tempered or non-tempered glass. Either way provides plenty of Star power.

Read the entire press release here.

(Check out our Photos from the CES Show Floor.)

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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