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Sony prices up PlayStation telly for UK

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Sony has put a price to its PlayStation TV and confirmed it will come to Blighty this autumn.

The 24in active-shutter gaming 3D TV, first announced at E3 2011, brings with it a technology called "SimulView", allowing gamers to see two separate stereoscopic images, depending on which glasses they wear.

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We reported recently how Amazon US was taking preorders and had the set down for a 31 December launch.

However, Sony dismissed this date, insisting the PSTV will hit stores in Europe during Q3.

The Sony PlayStation television will cost £499 and comes with two sets of 3D glasses, as well as a bundled game. ®

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