January 19, 2011 by Rachel Cericola
You probably should get outside more. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to give up watching TV. Apparently, more consumers are having problems separating from that big, beautiful box. Ciil Technologies wants to capitalize on that need, with its new line of weatherproof LCD TVs.
Ciil Technologies is actually a new company, looking to fill a fairly new niche. Of course, we’ve seen weatherproof HDTVs in the past, but they aren’t as common as a DVR or anything. Ciil is hoping to change that, with its fully-sealed 1080p HDTVs.
Yes, these babies are 100-percent sealed, which includes vents or filters. That means no dust accumulation, and well… no water accumulation, either.
Available in sizes ranging from 32 to 55 inches, Ciil HDTVs also boast the company’s patented Fully-Encapsulated Dynamic Thermal Transfer System, as well as the highest waterproof (IP) rating and the highest dust proof (NEMA) rating available. That means it can take a serious pressure-washing or even possibly a dip in the pool (unplugged—you rock star!).
“By providing a simple, seamless solution that outperforms any other outdoor TV, Ciil’s fully-sealed flat panel displays are the definition of what outdoor displays should be,” says Jack McKeague, Ciil’s general manager. “The unique design allows the presentation of an attractive flat panel display that is robust enough to handle the elements with ease. There has never been an outdoor TV that provides this level of protection from the elements with this attractive of a design.”
For more on Ciil HDTVs, as well as pricing and availability, contact the company for more information.
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