Some good cheap TVs for 2015 include the Vizio E-Series E55-C1, the Hisense 40H4C Roku TV and the Vizio M322I-B1, according to Tom’s Hardware. From inexpensive Roku TVs to smaller regular TVs, these devices all win praise for picture quality and performance.
Vizio’s E-Series E55-C1 offers strong picture thanks to its full-array LED backlighting. This mid-size TV boasts a screen size of 55 inches and a resolution of 1080p, offering a dynamic brightness adjustment feature that can change contrast across 12 distinct zones of the TV screen. This notable feature gives the E55-C1 better image control than most comparable TVs. The set also includes 3 HDMI ports, Wi-Fi Connectivity and support for a number of TV apps, including Hulu, Netflix and Facebook.
Hisense isn’t a major manufacturer in the United States, but the Chinese company has been making strides with a line Smart TVs produced in collaboration with Roku. The brand’s 40H4C is a 40-inch LED screen that comes equipped with a sleek interface that can easily switch between content, from digital cables boxes and Blu-ray players to the variety of streaming services on Roku.
Vizio’s M322i-B1 ranks as the top small TV, offering an array of modern features in a compact 32-inch package. The TV features sharp 1080p resolution along with a QWERTY keyboard remote control for easy entering of online passwords. The device also wins praise for its sleek, intuitive interface.