PS Vita TV heading to South Korea in January
Sony has announced a release date for their PS Vita TV microconsole in South Korea.
Hidden deep within their plans for the PS4 launch in South Korea is the announcement that the PS Vita TV will launch in January.
The PS Vita TV is just a small box featuring a stripped down version of the Vita minus the camera and touch support. It includes a memory card slot, PS Vita cartridge slot, HDMI, USB and ethernet ports and Bluetooth and WiFi support.
The console also supports PS4 Remote Play and will ship with an 8GB memory card and a DualShock 3 controller.
It arrives in South Korea on January the 16th. Hopefully it won't take too long to receive a Western release.
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