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back to Conference Room Cabinets Projectabilty - projection and dry erase
There are two types of dry erase surfaces regarding projection. 

They are Low-Gloss - Good for projection and High Gloss  -- which is not suitable for projection.

If you get a high gloss dry erase surface you will not be able to project on it and will need to get a separate screen which will project perfectly but will not allow you to project and mark up the projected image.

 
Brand / series Surface ability to mark up a projected image on the writing surface for Projection Only Screen
Polyvision Conf Low gloss P3 Very Good as is or add screen optional
Da-lite High Gloss not available only on screen included
Claridge page 22 LCS high Gloss not available only on screen optional
Egan /  EVS Egan Visual Surface Very Good Best there is as is or add screen Optional
Egan Low gloss P3 Very Good as is or add screen included
         
         
Quartet  Veneer Low gloss P3 Very Good as is or on screen included
Quartet Laminate Low gloss P3 Very Good as is or add screen optional
 

general note on boards from various manufactures--
 All Quartet P3 boards are normally Low Gloss
 Standard Polyvision boards are high gloss unless ordered as low gloss
 Claridge only has one Gloss level a medium to high