Seura 65-Inch Storm Ultra Bright TV Brings 4K Outdoors
With features such as an IP weatherproof design, UV-coated glass and the company's Activ Airflow system that cools the TV's internal parts, Seura's new Storm Ultra Bright 65-inch television offers homeowners a state-of-the-art outdoor UltraHD TV.
The company’s new 65-inch model provides dealers the option of offering clients a Storm Ultra Bright TV in 42-inch, 47-inch and 55-inch screen sizes. In addition to its larger screen size, Seura’s newest product offers the option of having a state-of-the-art UltraHD resolution TV.
“We’re incredibly excited to offer this new expansion to our outdoor TV product line,” says Gretchen Gilbertson, CEO and co-founder of Seura. “With the increase in popularity of outdoor living spaces, we wanted to make sure our customers were provided with the very best we have to offer, and in the television sizes they desire. With the incredible screen size, combined with the design and technology of the Seura Storm Ultra Bright product, we have helped our customers have the ultimate outdoor experience.”
The 65-inch Seura Storm Ultra Bright also incorporates the company’s LuminOptics technology that helps the TV maintain picture quality in direct sunlight. Seura states the TV is rated to deliver 630-nit screen brightness.
Further helping the TV’s ability to produce vivid, detailed images in direct sunlight is the inclusion of a dual-layer UV-coated screen glass. Ensuring the TV performs to its full life expectancy is its built-in Activ Airflow system that keeps internal components cool on hot days.
Seura adds its 65-inch Storm Ultra Bright outdoor television is built to withstand temperature extremes of -30 degrees to 140 degrees. The TV’s IP56 weatherproof design protects from elements such as rain and snow.
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