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Here are the Smart TVs that will feature PlayStation Now

PlayStation Now, Sony's cloud-based video game streaming solution, is due to launch for the PlayStation 4 and certain Smart TVs this summer. Today, Sony revealed which televisions will host the service.

Mike Rose

April 17, 2014

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Newsbrief: PlayStation Now, Sony's cloud-based video game streaming solution, is due to launch for the PlayStation 4 and certain Smart TVs this summer. Today, Sony revealed which televisions will host the service. As reported by TechRadar, there are numerous 4K Bravia TVs on the way this summer which will have built-in access to PS Now, allowing you to rent PlayStation 3 games and stream them direct to your TV -- all you'll need is a DualShock 3 controller. The cheapest is the 49-inch XBR-X850B series, which will cost $2,099. If you're feeling rather rich, you can pick up the most expensive instead: The 85-inch XBR-X950B model for $24,999. PS Now will eventually launch for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, with the plan to offer games for rent from every past PlayStation device somewhere down the line.

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