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  1. #1
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    Apr 2005

    Sony BRAVIA KDL-22PX300 TV with Built-in PS2 Arrives in UK

    Today Gamerzines.com (linked above) reports that the Sony BRAVIA KDL-22PX300 TV which includes a built-in PS2 has arrived in the UK- pretty neat for those without a PlayStation 2.

    Below are the specifications, and to quote: "Sony's 22" TV, which retails at 199, features a PS2 console integrated directly into the stand, letting you play PS2 games and watch DVDs without the need for a separate console.

    The 720p TV also includes BRAVIA Internet Video Access, allowing you access to streaming services like YouTube and on-demand television, plus four HDMI inputs."

    Sony BRAVIA KDL-22PX300 PS2 Combo 22" LCD with Bravia Internet Video and Ready for Wi-Fi Specifications:

    - HD Ready: Enjoy your TV shows and movies with the detail and quality of high definition.

    - TV combo consisting of a TV and a PS2.

    - BRAVIA Internet Video: A new way of watching television, can easily see the programs of the service a la carte TV, or streaming audiovisual content on-line sites like YouTube without a PC.

    - Prepared for Wi-Fi with USB adapter.

    - HD TV tuner integrated MPEG-4 AVC: forget the set and access to TV services including HD channels with the tuner DVB-T and DVB-C tuner with a decoder. MPEG4 AVC (depending on country and with supported operators only).

    - BRAVIA ENGINE 3: see pictures with breathtaking detail, contrast and optimal color tones more realistic than ever.

    - Audio Output 10W (5W x 2).

    - Ambient Sensor: let the TV automatically detects the brightness and color temperature of the ambient room lighting and optimize the image quality to always enjoy comfortable viewing images.

    - XrossMediaBar: get the most out of your BRAVIA using the award winning XrossMediaBar intuitive menu to explore the TV functions, configure the settings and play content from connected devices.

    - HDMI: four inputs (two rear, two on the side).

    - USB Media Player plug a USB device and enjoy movies (MPEG4, AVCHD, DivX), photos (JPEG, RAW) and music (MP3) on TV.

    - USB 2.0 (one side) and USB 1.1 (two in the base).

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  2. #2
    Jes03 Guest
    Looks like they don't really care about the PS3 as they are still selling the PS2 and I guess will until the PS4 comes out.

    No wonder the PS3 doesn't have PS2 BC as they want to make as much money and sell more consoles.

  3. #3
    Neo Cyrus Guest
    That was obvious from the start. Sony obviously were not removing the EE+GS chip for cost reasons. It would have been nice to have a PS3 with PS2 support as my second PS2 has died, oh well, emulation is getting there and preferable due to the option to select what resolution to render the game at.

  4. #4
    hacked2123 Guest
    My first thought is I wonder what bios it's using?

  5. #5
    solrac1974 Guest
    Great news, too bad it's not full HD, 22" would be nice for a computer monitor with PS2 support and media player.

  6. #6
    cackalack Guest
    ps2 outdated but still pretty cool and ideal for the kids bedroom, shame I've just paid the same ammount for a normal tv/dvd for the young boy for xmas.

  7. #7
    Firmware150 Guest
    Well that's kind of retarded. I thought it was actually built into the TV set, but it's clearly just a PS2 stuff to the bottom of the TV.

  8. #8
    GiantMonster Guest
    if either TV or PS2 gets damaged you're screwed, as oppose to having devices separately.

  9. #9
    Murcielago Guest


    Maybe we can install the Modbo 750 or Mars 816 hahaha Swap magic should work ok!!

  10. #10
    croft72 Guest
    Once again like so many times I have to ask why PS2? The Playstation 2 has had its run for 10 years and the PS3 has been created. I've enjoyed many titles on the PS2 back then and it was cool but lets MOVE ON shall we?

    Imagine if Sony started out with ALL PS3's having backwards compatiblity and focused more on the PS3 & PSP? In my opinion this PS2 thing has been dragged along too far by Sony. They need to let it go.

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