May 30

SunBrite| Veranda Series Outdoor 4K UHD TVs with HDR from Best Buy

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This post is brought to you by Best Buy.  All thoughts are my own.


It’s summer and for many of us, that means getting outside more.  Here in New York, it feels like we’ve barely gotten a spring and now the heat and humidity are coming in.  To us, summer also means the beginning of cable television season.  My husband and I tend to be more into the cable series than network ones, so that means just as we should really be enjoying the weather, we’re jonesing for a fix of our favorite show.  We’d love to get out at night, when the sun is down and it’s cooler here, but that’s our prime watching time.  What to do?

That’s where the SunBrite| Veranda Series Outdoor 4K UHD TVs with HDR is a perfect solution!  Wouldn’t you love to get outside where the breezes are and enjoy one of your favorite shows? Another way to really use these outdoor TVs is for any sporting event.  It’ll feel like you’re right there but without the tiny seats and high priced concessions!

What makes these TVs “outdoor”?  They are engineered for just about any climate in North America: extreme temperatures, insects, dust, rain, and snow.  (I feel like we get all of those here!)

If you’re like me, you’ve wondered how the screen brightness works outdoors.  These televisions come with a direct-lit 4K UHD screen with HDR, which is up to 50% brighter than indoor televisions.  This means you can safely enjoy what you want to watch outside, in your favorite covered space, without wondering if a traditional indoor television is going to be able to withstand that next storm, and absolutely no worries about brightness compared to your indoor television.

What does all of this mean?  It means that the SunBrite| Veranda Series Outdoor 4K UHD TVs with HDR makes outdoor television possible and easy.  Throw in some good eats and your favorite companions and you’ve got a good time.

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