Looks like Sony is locking up this next generation of game systems down.
Launched in Japan last November as the PS Vita TV, and arriving in the United States today, the PlayStation TV is basically the guts of a PlayStation Vita handheld game system stuffed into a tiny case. You sacrifice the integrated gamepad, touchscreen, camera, and microphone in exchange for an HDMI port and power jack you need to plug it into a TV, as well as an ethernet socket in case your home Wi-Fi isn’t up to spec. There’s also Bluetooth so you can connect up to four PS3 and PS4 gamepads to actually control your games. It’s pretty cool that you can mix and match, though don’t expect the DualShock 4’s touchpad or headphone jack to do anything.
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