Sony’s new 22-inch Bravia, the KDL-22PX300 has need released and has a disc slot for Playstation 2 games.
The 720p HD-capable television will play the PS2 games in their original standard def. graphics and features 3 USB, 4 HDMI, a SCART, PC display and component input. Also featured is Freeview and two Ethernet ports for online access to YouTube, BBC iPlayer and LoveFilm.
The television is available now for £199.99
The question remains, why? What do we need a 10-year-old console slapped willy-nilly into a small 22" television? Are they aiming to boost PS2 game sales?
I’m wondering when we’ll get a PSOne toaster or fridge or maybe a microwave so you can play a game while you heat up your Hot Pocket.
I can’t even see a reason to use it as a standard PC monitor.