Pantel Announces New Outdoor TV Sizes
Three new additions make a handful of hearty, weatherproof LCDs.
Pantel PAN-650
Pantel just announced three new outdoor LCDs, including the PAN-650, which is available via special order.
May 30, 2008 by Rachel Cericola

Pantel just announced three new screen sizes for their outdoor LCD line. That makes for a total of five fun-in-the-sun possibilities from the company.

The company just launched 20- ($2,999) and 52-inch ($9,999) models, with 65 inches ($25,999) available as a special order. The 52-inch (PAN-520) and 65-inch (PAN-650) LCDs have a 2,000:1 contrast ratio, 1920 x 1080 native resolution and a 16:9 aspect ratio. The 20-inch (PAN-200) has a 700:1 contrast ratio, 1366 x 768 resolution, and 16:9 aspect ratio.

“Pantel Outdoor Weatherproof TVs have changed the way people entertain,” said Joe Pantel, CEO of Surfside Concepts and Pantel Corp. “With the weather being a threat to what most people can do outside to entertain, Pantel Corp. makes it easy without worry. Now, we offer even more solutions with five different screen sizes to meet the needs of nearly every application.”

Aside from being weatherproof, each of the models also comes with an 802.11a wireless package, which allows homeowners to broadcast audio and video up to 150 feet.

Pantel currently offers outdoor HDTV LCDs in 32- ($3,950) and 42-inch ($4,450) screen sizes.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
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