Sony PlayStation 2 console bundled inside a HD Television

Sony-Playstation-2-TelevisionIf you're debating which TV to get this year with your Christmas bonus, read this before you look any further. Sony have released a new Television with a built in Sony PlayStation 2. Any excuse for a new TV right?!

In what could be the next collectible PS2 console around, the TV combo is not the first time a games console has entered the world of Television.

Nintendo and Sharp joined forces in 1989 to bring us the Sharp Nintendo Television (also known as the C1 NES TV in Japan), with its own Sharp branded control pads. A year later the Super Nintendo version was released, the SF-1 SNES TV, a Japanese only release though. Fast forward to today, these units fetch rather high prices from the Nintendo hardcore.

So should the idea of a Sony PlayStation 2 built into a TV sound appealing to you, the Sony Bravia KDL22PX300 is the one you want. Priced up just short of £200, might be the perfect Christmas gift this year!

Link: Buy Sony Bravia KDL22PX300 PlayStation 2 Television

Last Updated ( 05 December 2010 )  


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