• With the launch Next Gen PS Vita To Be Available In Japan From October 10th For 18,980 Yen, Sony had shown its commitment in keeping the mobile gaming console alive and with the next product Sony aims at bringing gaming and video services to your TV at a decent price of 14,994 Yen (9,798 INR). Like Google’s Chromecast this one too hooks up to your TV via HDMI and helps you access video services like Hulu. But here is where the similarity ends, this tiny gadget has an ARM Cortex A9 quad core CPU and IMG SGX543MP4+ GPU and with the help of the bundled dual shock wireless controller is helps you play not only PS Vita titles but PSP and PS One titles as well. One of the interesting features of the PS Vita is supports PlayStation 4 Remote Play. For example if you have your PS4 connected to a TV which is being currently occupied by someone else, you can use the PS Vita TV to help you play the game on another screen.

    PS Vita TV

    The PS Vita TV will also be able to broadcast the videos stored on the memory card of your PS Vita to your television. Sony assures that new software and game titles will also be made for the PS Vita TV. For the meanwhile however the release is limited to Japan, where it will be available from 14th November 2013. For more information, we recommend you go through the #-Link-Snipped-# along with the video demo below and let us know what you think about this newest member of the Play Station family.

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  • Sarathkumar Chandrasekaran

    MemberSep 10, 2013

    Not a new innovation but a good upgrade.I especially like the "Remote play" option so that I dont want to change the connections to the other tv to play the game.By introducing gadgets like this, Sony maintains its presence in Gaming Arena.
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