Caixun’s model EC55S isn’t a great 55-inch TV, but for the price, you get a pleasing picture with no real annoyances–and that’s not a given in this price class.
Chinese manufacturer Caixun is making its debut in the U.S. market, and the company’s Series S 4K UHD Android TV (specifically, the 55-inch-class model EC55S1UA) is our first look at its offerings. This $479 TV won’t blow you away with its picture quality, but we didn’t encounter any eggregious picture artifacts.
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