Outdoor TV vendor Furrion introduced this week three well-weather 4K Aurora smart TV options for fully shaded, partially sunny and full sun areas.

The company’s new 4K Auora 2023 models will be available shortly in time for summer through authorized TV partners including Amazon and Best Buy, the company assured.

All of the new models are ruggedly designed to withstand harsh outdoor conditions for year-round backyard entertainment.

The TVs offer various brightness levels for three classes of sunlight conditions, and build in wireless networking support along with the popular webOS smart TV platform to access a large list of the most popular streaming services.

The premium “Sun” series of Aurora 4K Smart Outdoor TVs are rated to produce up to 1,500 nits of peak brightness, which is enough with shine through a wide range of ambient brightness conditions from shade to full sun.

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The 2023 Furrion Auroa 4K TVs are all LED-backlit LCDs with screen sizes ranging from 43- to 75-inches (depending on the series).

New this year, Furrion said the 2023 Auora Outdoor TV models can all be integrated into a third-party home networking control system including: Control4, Savant, and Elan.

All models offer built-in speakers and purchasers can opt to add-on new compatible Furrion outdoor “landscape” speaker products for full sound in larger spaces. The company said it plans to introduce new soundbars in July.

The new series include the following models:

Sun Series (formerly known as “Full Sun” 4K with HDR10 support, up to 1,500 nits peak brightness, Xtreme Shield K08-rated impact resistant screen, new 75-inch screen size) —

Furrion 4K Aurora Sun Series TV

55-inches ($2,699.99 suggested retail)
65-inches ($3,699.99)
75-inches ($2,699.99).

Partial Sun Series (4K and HDR10 support, Xtrene Shield K08-rated impact resistant screen, up to 750 nits peak brightness, new 75-inch screen size)

43-inches ($1,699.99)
55-inches ($2,299.99)
65-inches ($2,899.99)
75-inches ($3,999.99)

Full Shade Series (4K and HDR10 support, peak brightness up to 400 nits) —

(Links provided at posting are for last year’s models)
43-inches ($1,399.99)
55-inches ($1,999.99)

Available accessories include: a 75-inch flat-tilt mount ($199.99) and a 75-inch screen cover ($169.99).

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By Greg Tarr

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