According to Digital Trends and USA Today, SunBrite’s outdoor televisions provide a sharp picture quality but are very expensive. Both companies reviewed two different model TVs from SunBrite and provided similar feedback. Both reviews agreed the SunBrite TVs are rugged and handle various outdoors weather conditions very well. Some issues mentioned were high energy consumption and possibly needing to hire an installer to set up the TV.
Digital Trend’s review featured the SunBrite’s 5560HD TV, which is designed to handle temperatures ranging from -40 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit. The review also tested the TV’s durability by throwing some items at it, such as a soccer ball and a tree branch. The items thrown at the TV didn’t cause any damage, proving it can handle common outdoor accidents. The USA Today review featured the SunBrite SB-4670HD model, which includes 1080p video quality and a 46-inch screen size. The review also mentions that the TV’s remote is waterproof.
As of 2015, SunBrite manufactures the only time-tested TVs in the world built for various outdoors environments. SunBriteTV.com allows users to find local dealers or purchase TVs online. The company’s TVs are also featured in many sports stadiums across North America, such as Yankee Stadium and Wrigley Field.