Toshinaer Ships Outdoor Weatherproof Screens

May 11, 2012

Toshinaer has announced that its (N42) 42- and (N52) 52-inch LCD screens and (N60) 60-inch LED screen are now shipping.

 Toshinaer Ships Outdoor Weatherproof HDTV Line


“Taking the party, or your business message, outside has never been easier,” said Ryan Moodley, Toshinaer president. “Toshinaer uses high quality panels made by name brand manufacturers. There is a photo cell in each unit so that when the sun hits our units, it brightens up the LCD. And when it is dark, it automatically dims down the LCD so that you have the proper amount of light coming from the flat panel. And, we use powder-coated military grade aluminum which endures the elements, including rain, snow, humidity, dry heat, and freezing temperatures.”

And, according to Moodley, the 60-inch N60 full back-lit outdoor LED (2000 nit) model is the only one of its kind in the marketplace as all other LEDs are edge lit. Made from the ground up, all three models are also the lightest aluminum TVs in the marketplace.

“We have chosen to begin distributing our line through a secure network of online authorized dealers,” said Moodley. “With our dealer network in place, Toshinaer.com will steer the customer in the right direction once they choose the model that best fits their needs.”

Toshinaer also offers accessories, such as dust covers and mounting solutions.

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