Posted Wed Sep 22, 2010 at 01:00 PM PDT by Dick Ward
It's not cheap, but it'll stand up to just about anything you throw at it.
If you live in one of those nice sunny places where you get to spend a lot of time outside, you may have toyed with the idea of setting up a TV on your deck. There's the problem of weather though, and unless you're prepared to bring your TV in every time it looks like it might rain, it's not practical.
SunBrite TVs, on the other hand, are designed for the purpose. They're made to resist the harshest conditions and keep on working throughout the year.
Heat isn't a problem, thanks to the proprietary Multi-Fan Airflow System which can keep your TV running with exterior temperatures as high as 121 degrees Fahrenheit. Living a little farther north? An internal heater can keep your set going at temperatures as low as -24 degrees.
The 2220HD boasts a 22 inch screen with a 1366 x 768 resolution and a 2500:1 contrast ratio. It's not the largest thing ever, but how much TV do you really need while you're grilling?
SunBrite's 2220HD will be available October 1st at a price of $2,095.
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