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Sony today revealed the PlayStation Vita TV, a $100 console that allows gamers to play Vita and PSP games on their television using a DualShock 3 controller.

The PlayStation Vita TV also supports music and video apps, such as Hulu, Music Unlimited, and Nico Nico, as well as original PlayStation games.

The unit is equipped with a Vita game card slot, a memory card slot, a USB 2.0 port, and an HDMI output. A 1 GB memory card is built into the device.

Right now, the PlayStation Vita is only launching in Japan (on November 14) priced at roughly $100. A release outside of Japan seems, however, fairly likely.

Sony Reveals PlayStation Vita TV, Uses DualShock 3 to Game on Televisions

By | 09/9/2013 01:14 PM PT

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Sony today revealed the PlayStation Vita TV, a $100 console that allows gamers to play Vita and PSP games on their television using a DualShock 3 controller.

The PlayStation Vita TV also supports music and video apps, such as Hulu, Music Unlimited, and Nico Nico, as well as original PlayStation games.

The unit is equipped with a Vita game card slot, a memory card slot, a USB 2.0 port, and an HDMI output. A 1 GB memory card is built into the device.

Right now, the PlayStation Vita is only launching in Japan (on November 14) priced at roughly $100. A release outside of Japan seems, however, fairly likely.

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