Sony Bravia TV to feature built-in PS2

Hitting UK shelves just in time for Christmas is this 720p, 22-inch Sony Bravia TV with a delicious twist — a built-in Playstation 2 for all of your last-gen’ needs…

According to arecent listing, the Sony BraviaKDL-22PX300 will retail at the modest price-point of £200 (that’s about $350 dollars), and will allow users to play PS2 games, audio CDs, DVDs and PSone games, thanks to a fully-fledged disc drive, that just so happens to serve as the TV’s stand.

A brief glance at the product’smanualreveals that the Sony BraviaKDL-22PX300 will packtwo PS2 memory card slots, two controller ports, and even two USB ports, which is remarkably similar to original PS2 set-up.

In terms of functionality, the set boasts a rather handsome 4 HDMI inputs, a digital tuner, plus scart, component-video, and VGA inputs for all of your viewing needs. What’s more, an ethernet port on the back of the device allows for internet video, and, with the help of an additional dongle, it’s possible to go online wirelessly.

Looking to save space around the home? Saddened by the lack of backwards compatibility on PS3?Let us know what you make of Sony’s new television below…

Ricky Staines

Ricky is a passionate gamer, wordsmith and coffee addict from South East London. Born and raised on Nintendo, Ricky is impervious to the nauseating effects of cute and colourful characters. In his spare time, Ricky enjoys watching movies, playing on his guitar (both real and plastic) and reading. He also does a pretty awesome impression of Max Payne, but only when nobody is looking.

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