SunBriteTV Outdoor Signature Series Features Slimmer Profiles, Improved Cooling Systems
SunBriteTV's new Signature line of outdoor HDTVs incorporate designs 50 percent slimmer than the previous generation. They are available in a choice of silver, black or white to match the landscapes of residential or commercial environments.
With Memorial Day Weekend rapidly approaching it means spring is soon to turn into summer. Nothing says summer better than relaxing in the backyard with a cold adult beverage and watching baseball or movies.
The Thousand Oaks, Calif.-based video manufacturer SunBriteTV is facilitating a summer full of outdoor video activities through its new Signature Series of outdoor HDTVs. The line offers property owners a choice between the 32-inch SB-3270HD model and the SB-4670HD model, available in a choice of silver, black or white finishes.
“We’ve taken the best-selling outdoor TV in the world and improved it by leaps and bounds,” boasts Tom Dixon, vice president of marketing, SunBriteTV. “Our new design features powder-coated aluminum casings that make the new Signature Series models 50 percent thinner, but actually strong and more durable. By adding newer, brighter LED displays, SunBriteTV will take the outdoor viewing experience to a new level.”
A major part of the outdoor TV product line is a new cooling system that enables the TVs to run in conditions up to 130 degrees. Combining this with the added durability of the TVs’ powder-coated aluminum exteriors and LED panels, the TVs are said to last longer and produce better images in a variety of residential and commercial environments.
“The outdoor living market is expanding rapidly as more consumer technology products become optimized for outdoor use,” adds Dixon. “It’s critical to consider not only performance, but also how these products are integrated aesthetically into existing backyards.”
SunBriteTV says the TVs are engineered to withstand temperatures -24 degrees to 130 degrees, as well as wind, rain, humidity, salt corrosion, dust and dirt. The 32-inch SB-3270HD carries an MSRP of $1,495, and the 46-inch SB-4670HD carries an MSRP of $2,895.
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