SunBriteTV Packs New Cooling System into Slimmer Outdoor TVs
The 32-inch SB-3270HD and the 46-inch SB-4760HD are both available now.
SunBriteTV’s new 46-inch SB-4760HD.
April 28, 2014 by Rachel Cericola

Right before the warmer weather settles in, SunBriteTV is sprucing up its lineup with two new outdoor TVs.

The 32-inch SB-3270HD and the 46-inch SB-4760HD Sunbrite outdoor TVs are both part of the company’s Signature Series. Both feature new LED displays and new powder-coated aluminum casings. The latter is what allows each TV to be 50 percent thinner than previous releases, but has the strength and durability to withstand the great outdoors.

Another interesting perk is a brand new patented cooling system, which allows these thin TVs to operate in extreme heat—up to 130 degrees Fahrenheit, to be exact. To date, SunBriteTV’s products have been able to operate in the range of -24 to 122 degrees.

All of SunBriteTV’s outdoor TVs are designed to withstand a variety of outdoor temperatures and conditions, including rain, humidity, salt corrosion, dust, and insects.

SunBriteTV is selling the new 32- and 46-inch Signature Series models now, in black, silver and white. The company has priced the new releases at $1,495 and $2,895, respectively. Each purchase comes with a two-year warranty, a weatherproof remote and 20-watt built-in speakers. Optional add-ons include weatherproof wall-, ceiling-, or deck pole-mount installation solutions, wireless HD transceivers and weatherproof media box enclosures.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
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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