SI Teams With Sony on Screens
April 16, 2015

Screen Innovations said Wednesday that it has partnered with Sony on the distribution of its new  5 Series Zero Edge ST screens along with Sony's 4K short-throw projector for the commercial market.

SI Launches Monthly Screen Giveaway
February 25, 2015

Screen Innovations (SI) has begun a program to give away a 100" Zero Edge projection screen each month. Winners will be chosen at random each month.

SI Ships Zero Edge Flex
December 3, 2014

Screen Innovations said this week that it has begun shipping its Zero Edge  FLEX projection screen, which was introduced at CEDIA Expo. 

LG Unveils Nearly Bezel-Less Smartphone Display
November 1, 2014

A display with almost no bezel has been unveiled by LG. The company now has a 5.3-inch panel with a bezel of just 0.7mm, and that is 0.2mm thinner than a credit card. No plastic frame is used with the panel since LG has improved Neo Edge technology. That panel technology uses adhesive, eliminating the need for other materials that would normally increase the panel’s bezel.

Screen Innovations
October 1, 2014

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SI Debuted Zero Edge Flex at CEDIA
September 19, 2014

Screen Innovations (SI) Thursday announced the arrival of Zero Edge  FLEX, which it described as "a projection screen that boasts a a flexible form factor and a Zero Edge appearance."

SI Makes Black Diamond Bigger
May 28, 2014

Screen Innovations said this week that it has enlarged its Black Diamond ambient-light-rejecting screen. The size is now 16:9 120” and 2.35:1 150”, in Fixed and Zero Edge formats.

Review: Screen Innovations Black Diamond Zero Edge screen
March 24, 2014

Screens have always been lacking in the industrial design department. After all, there is not much you can do with a bright white or murky grayish flap of material other than hang it on the wall and enjoy the great image it has to offer. Even screen frames are lackluster–literally. They are often made of black velvet material meant to absorb light spilling over from the designated image area onto the frame.