January 30, 2014 by Rachel Cericola
Things are starting to heat up in the outdoor entertainment arena. Recently, we told how Peerless-AV was planning to offer a 47-Inch Outdoor TV. Now, Seura has a new outdoor TV to brighten up your backyard.
Seura’s Storm Outdoor Television line is available in three screen sizes. Each one measures a mere 3.7 inches thick, with a tapered silhouette and seamless glass face. Even with those aesthetics, the Storm is built to weather—well, a storm, as well as sun, wind and whatever other outdoor elements are thrown at it.
The chassis has anodized aluminum and powder-coated steel. It’s also completely weatherproof, with a non-corrosive Precision O-Ring System, a two-stage filtration, and a weatherproof media compartment to protect the unit against things like insects and salt. Seura also offers dust covers for when the TV is not in use.
Each Storm also has Seura’s Activ-Airflow System with heaters to withstand temperatures ranging from -30 to 140 Fahrenheit, as well as LuminOptics Technology, which combines dual-layer anti-reflective and UV-coated tempered glass and the ultra-bright LED. Other features include three HDMI inputs, a USB port, 700 cd/m2 panel brightness, RS-232 support, and a 400x400 Vesa mount pattern to accommodate a variety of mounting options.
The 42-inch model has an MSRP of $4,999, with the 47-inch set coming in at $5,999. The largest model will be the 55-incher, which is priced at $7,499.
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Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.
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