Peerless-AV has introduced a line of 55-, 65- and 75-inch outdoor TVs known as the Neptune Shade Series. Each model includes a Neptune outdoor tilting wall mount (worth $199 USD value). The all-season TVs, designed for patios, backyards and pool areas, support “maintenance-free” construction, and can operate in temperatures ranging from -22°F to 122°F (-30°C to 50°C).

The core of the TVs are driven by LG display screens and offer 4K resolution, HDR and IPS panels to boost color performance and consistency. Accommodating typical outdoor conditions, a 178-degree viewing angle on each model is supported for those seated off-axis. Users can connect a streaming device to the rear of the units, and a freePATH tech allows WiFi signals to connect for SMART TV operation.

“The idea of making your home your own version of paradise has never been more prevalent than in recent time,” stated Nick Belcore, Executive Vice President, Peerless-AV. “We’re proud to be able to utilize our nearly 80 years in the AV industry with Peerless-AV to construct a product that is as durable as it is technologically innovative, and make it widely available for easy home installations. With the Neptune Shade Series Outdoor TVs, quality outdoor entertainment, that has been used in outdoor bars, stadiums, and resorts, is within reach for your own outdoor space.”

The new TVs are available from neptuneTV.com and other retailers. If you are interested in taking part in ‘The Backyard Oasis Sweepstakes’ to win one of three (55-, 65- or 75-inch) Neptune Shade Series Outdoor TVs, fill out an online form here.

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