Sony launches connected mini-box

Sony has launched a new set-top device that will let its users play Vita, PSP and PS1 games, as well as access entertainment services like Hulu and Netflix on their TV. 

PlayStation Vita TV, which was unveiled at the Tokyo Games Show, launches in Japan on 14 November, ahead of international market rollouts. Release plans for the rest of the world have yet to be confirmed.

Vita TV measures just 6.5 cm x 10.5 cm device, and will retail for a suggested price of $100.

The device is expected to compete against tApple TV and Sky’s NOW TV box.

Sony has also launched a new version of its PS Vita handheld games console.

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