Sony clearly beat Microsoft today at E3. Apart from the new titles, the company also introduced the PlayStation TV. The PlayStation TV is basically an entertainment system that extends the capabilities of the PS4 by allowing players to stream PS4 games to any TV.
Dubbed the PS TV, the system is an ideal companion to the PS4. Of course, this also opens a new revenue stream for Sony.
Sometimes gamers want to take the time off by watching videos of their friends at play. This is where the PS TV comes in. Sony says that it was created to provide PS4 fans with a second gaming station. It's also cheap at just €99.
Borrowing its design from the PlayStation Vita TV, the PS TV features a 6.5cm × 10.5cm body. It also supports PS4 remote play and Wireless Controller (DualShock 3 or DualShock 4).
Sony will begin selling the PS TV later this year.
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