I'm Ty Pendlebury from CNET.com.
I'm here with the SunBriteTV, one of the first outdoor TVs available in North America.
Essentially, this is the 46-inch what we've go there, $2795.
It's weatherproof, a little bit shotgun proof and a little bit bear proof.
What you're looking at is something that you can put in the backyard and this sort of environment by a pool, something like that.
And what we've got here is a water gun just to test
whether this thing can actually withstand some water in office environment here.
This is the first time I've used a water pistol in an office.
So, hopefully it doesn't go disastrously wrong.
This isn't a smartTV, it's a fairly basic TV with an ITFC tune-up but what it does have is a small compartment at the back that you can put something like a Roku box in and it also has 4 inputs including 2 HDMI.
So, this has been the SunBriteTV.
You can get them now
from AV Installer or online as well.
This has been Ty Pendlebury for CNET.com.
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