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Create your own moonlight cinema with HandiTheatre

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Summer’s already upon us with the warmer weather is drawing us outdoors and a new product can change the way we entertain while were out there..

We’ve heard about Moonlight Cinema where you can watch movies under stars. Now we can enjoy the same experience at home with HandiTheatre.

HandiTheatre includes an inflatable movie screen and a high definition projector to create an amazing theatre atmosphere in your backyard.  

The company is already one of Australia’s leading providers of large high quality inflatable projection screens and now it has developed a package that can be enjoyed at home.

It can be used for watching movies, live TV and playing games in your outdoor space. Handitheatre can also be used to connect video camera and PCs.

Then all you need are your family and friends, enough seats, the beanbags and plenty of popcorn.

HandiTheatre allows you to set up a theatre experience on a warm summer night

HandiTheatre is available in two sizes – one with a three-metre diagonal screen and another with a 2.5 metre screen which also include speakers and a blower to keep the screen inflated at all times.

It also comes with a SmartBox – the brains behind the system – along with an Optoma HD projector and a Samsung Blu-ray player with built-in digital TV tuner.

And it’s all completely portable. It can be all stored in the included aluminium box that, once packed up, weighs just 11kg.

The Optoma projector and SmartBox which comes with the HandiTheatre

So it’s just as easy to put Handitheatre into the boot of the car and take it just about anywhere.

The HandiTheatre is priced at $3498 (2.5m screen) and $3998 (3m screen).

Now, with the Handitheatre, enjoying great warm summer nights and watching a movie on the big screen can now be accomplished at the same time.

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