If you spent the weekend sweating and staring at brown grass in your backyard, you may want to consider an outdoor TV. Now, SunBriteTV wants you to consider a bigger outdoor TV.
The company recently announced 55- and 65-inch sizes for its Signature Series, along with its newly revamped Pro Series.
Featuring super-bright 700-NIT LED high heat tolerant displays, the Pro Series is available in 32- to 55-inch screen sizes and includes SunBriteTV’s own Extended Solar Tolerance technology. This can guard the set against an isotropic blackout in direct sunlight. Each model also has ambient light sensors, which can automatically tweak the brightness based on surrounding lighting conditions.
The previously released Signature Series now has 55- and 65-inch sets, in addition to 32- and 46-inch models. This lineup includes bright LED panels, power-coated aluminum exteriors, slim profiles, and lighter weights.
As with all SunBriteTV models, both the Pro and Signature Series are weatherproof, so they can withstand rain, dust, salt, and even insects. Each one also comes packing a rugged exterior and a watertight Cable Entry System, as well as an anti-glare screen for bright outdoor images day or night.
“With the Pro Series, we’ve taken what was the most rugged outdoor TV ever built and increased the brightness and direct sunlight viewing abilities so that facility managers and integrators can confidently place these TVs in bright sunlight areas in their venues,” said Cameron Hill, CEO of SunBriteTV. “The new and improved Signature Series will represent the most affordable, best-performing outdoor televisions on the market.”
All of the new models are available now. Available in sizes ranging from 32 to 65 inches, SunBriteTV’s Signature Series is priced at $1,495 to $7,695. The Pro Series has TV models from 32 to 55 inches, selling for $2,995 to $5,745.
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