A TV for All Seasons
Everything, it seems, is against the entire concept. The sun is bright. Rain is wet. Dirt and insects have a nasty habit of slipping into places that weren't designed to accommodate them. Thus was born the invention of the house, and, after a short period of time, the couch.
SunBriteTV's solution to this troublesome vexation is a 32-inch HD-ready, all-weather outdoor LCD television, the 3200HD-Pro. In addition to having a "sleek and stylish consumer design" that "belies the industrial outdoor durability this product offers", the new 1366 x 768 pixel panel has 800 nits of brightness and a 1200:1 contrast ratio. It has a powder-coated aluminum enclosure with an anti-reflective, impact-, and scratch-resistant window covering the LCD screen. Even the speakers and control buttons are sealed against the wetter aspects of outdoor living.
The 3200HD-Pro has a baffled and filtered dual-fan airflow system that SunBriteTV says will keep the TV cool in temperatures up to 122 degrees. When people are silly enough to go outside and watch TV when it's much colder than that, the TV has an internal thermostatically-controlled heater that kicks in if the internal temperature drops below 32 degrees F - and the TV is built to operate in temperatures as low as -24 degrees F. (Now, seriously, unless you're watching the Super Bowl while ice fishing with a stupidly long extension cord, why on earth would you want to watch TV when it's -24 degrees? Ce la TV...)
SunBriteTV includes a water-resistant remote control, an articulating wall mount, a watertight cable entry system, and a one-year, in-factory parts and labor warranty. Frostbite on fingers or toes is not covered.
The 3200HD-Pro has a suggested MSRP of $4,495. SunBriteTV's 20-inch model, 2010A-Pro, is available for $2,495.