Sony Hardware at E3 2014

Trying out the PlayStation TV at E3: Sony's little $99 microconsole and PS4 accessory will be available this fall in the US, UK, Europe and Australia, where it will cost AU$150. Pricing elsewhere has not been announced.

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Sony Hardware at E3 2014

Formerly called the Vita TV in Japan, the PlayStation TV is the size of a deck of cards but acts as a wireless hub to stream games, play Vita games, and even act as a Roku-like video streaming device.

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Sony Hardware at E3 2014

Two DualShock 3 or 4 controllers can be used at once with PlayStation TV to play multiplayer games.

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Sony Hardware at E3 2014

The PlayStation TV has HDMI, Ethernet, and memory card slots for both Vita memory cards and Vita game cards.

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Sony Hardware at E3 2014

There are three ways to play: streaming via the upcoming PlayStation Now service, remotely playing PS4 games from another console over Wi-Fi, or directly playing or downloading Vita games. It's a gaming triple threat.

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Sony Hardware at E3 2014

Is it a PS4 accessory, or is it its own console? The PlayStation TV defies traditional labels.

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Sony Hardware at E3 2014

Sony's Glacier White PS4 is just a paint job, but it's really striking. It'll be available in a bundle with the hotly anticipated shooter Destiny on September 9.

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Sony Hardware at E3 2014

The rear of the white PS4 looks like a spaceship engine. Here it is alongside the white DualShock 4 and Sony's wireless stereo headset.

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