Suntronic Outdoor All-Weather LCD TVs

Posted: May 18 2008, 10:36am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:11am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

Suntronic Outdoor All-Weather LCD TVs
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Summer is around the corner. You should start to think about moving your TV watching and video gaming outside. Suntronic offers a whole line of LCD HDTV sets that allow you to do just that.

The Suntronic GS product line features All-Weather and sunlight readable LCD technology.
Available LCD TVs include sizes between 46 and 102 inches (4 panels). These outdoor TVs operate in temperatures between -40 and 50 degrees Celsius, are IP65 water proof, have integrated heater and air conditioner and a high brightness LCD Panel.
Of course these All-Weather LCD TVs are intentend for professional use to display commercials or other information, but if you have the funds, why not place one in your garden.
The Suntronic LCD TVs are sold by iTech Company (site) in the United States.
More details on the Suntronic site.

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