In a race to wallop the hoots in the Apple’s butt, Sony has revealed tons of stuff in its pre-TGS press conference but the most pronounced gadget there was the graceful yet cheap, Sony PS VITA, also stamped as PS Vita TV that will let you watch TV, play PS games and much more about which we will wire you. The dexterity and nimbleness, expected from Sony is always up to the mark whenever there is a reveal but this time, it’ something really a targeted bliss, a response to Apple TV market hypes I think. The gist of the gadget is to let you play video games what they now call the “Vita games” on the big screen using a DualShock 3 controller, but there is actually a surfeit of lissome you can do with the VITA gadget.
PS Vita TV has a card slot for Vita games requiring Vita memory cards, it will also let you use video streaming services (such as Hulu) and more. Hulu is Japan specific TV service that is streamed worldwide. A glut of features integrated with the PS Vita will let the people enjoy TV stream beyond the boundaries with third party and cross platform support. Pronounced features like Japan Tsutaya TV, and Nico Nico Douga as well as Sony’s own Video Unlimited, Vita-style apps such as the LiveTweet Twitter client and e-book reading software are likely to bang your bucks here. Oh, don’t know the bucks yet? It’s just for ($95) but if you want a game packed version, a bundle having 8 gig Vita memory card and a DualShock 3 controller, this will make you slack $145.
Release date is yet to be confirmed but it will be “very soon” as the leaks touted. Vita is likely to roll out amid the Apple TV release to nudge the competitor market.