Meet Séura’s new 84 inch Storm Ultra Bright outdoor 4K TV

by on February 9, 2016

Stephan Jukic – February 9, 2016

4K TVs from the major brands like Sony, LG, Samsung and Panasonic get lots of attention and increasing numbers of mass market sales, but there are also quite a few lesser known specialty 4K TVs out there which have their own truly distinct specs and characteristics.

One of these is Seura’s new Storm outdoor 4K TV, which is one of a line of products from the Green Bay, Wisconsin-based company.

The Storm Ultra Bright 84-inch 4K television offers a gigantic screen space and a design that’s definitely geared for some more unusual outdoor uses in which the new TV might have to be placed right into direct sunlight while still maintaining exceptional visual clarity and brightness.

Furthermore, the new television provides users with a hardy design that’s built to manage a wide range of weather conditions with some truly distinct aplomb… You certainly wouldn’t expose your new LG OLED 4K TV to the same weather and lighting that the Storm Ultra Bright can handle, at least not without ruining the whole OLED TV or at least its display quality experience.

The Storm 4K TV also provides a truly massive display space that measures 84 inches diagonally and provides a total of 25 square feet of viewing space, with a depth of just under 4 inches, the TV can also rather comfortable fit into narrow but wide spaces in which other TVs of this massive size wouldn’t easily be accommodated. Additionally, the TV is rated for up to 600 nits of brightness and comes with an anti-glare screen coating that protects viewing quality even in bright locations.

The Storm 4K Ultra Bright TV offers a maximum full-body depth of just under 4 inches for easier wall accomodation

The Storm 4K Ultra Bright TV offers a maximum full-body depth of just under 4 inches for easier wall accomodation

Now, the 600 nits of brightness aren’t actually that “Ultra Bright”, at least not when you consider the face that many new HDR 4K TVs from name brands like, Samsung or Sony must offer at least 1000 nits as part of their HDR LCD qualifications. However, the robust, hardy design of the Storm 4K TV and its anti-glare screen coating all serve to make this a rather unique if poorly known model.

According to the CEO and co-founder of Seura, Gretchen Gilbertson, “Our new 84 inch Storm Ultra Bright offers stunning 4K UHD resolution, superior weather resistance and cinematic scale for an unforgettable outdoor viewing experience.”

Gilbertson also added that, “Our new Storm 84 inch screen is perfect for entertaining in backyards or restaurant patios where guests are anywhere from 5 to 50 feet from the screen.”

On the other hand, you could also get yourself one of Sony’s exceptionally bright HDR 4K projector models as a somewhat more affordable and more portable substitute for the Storm 4K TV and its 84 inch screen, since the Storm sells for an MSRP retail price of $19,949, and some of Sony’s 4K projector models with HDR and massive display space can be bought for less than $10,000, though they possibly won’t endure the same outdoor brightness levels due to their projected screens.

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