SCE - PlayStation TV for North American and European Market

Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) is going to start selling new product PlayStation TV in European countries and the U.S. this fall.   

PlayStation TV is a non-portable version of the PlayStation Vita handheld game console. It has been already released in Japan and other Asian counties in November 2013 as "PlayStation Vita TV". While "PlayStation Vita TV" is in white, the new PlayStation TV is in black.

The sales price of PlayStation TV will be EUR99 in Europe and USD99 in the U.S.

According to SCE, it will start supporting the PlayStation Now's open beta later this year.

 

 

 

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