Freeview HD with full HD 3D and internet portals take over the spec catalog of TVs, Sony has determined to make to some extent a different with its Bravia KDL-22PX300: it has a integrated and built-in PlayStation 2.
For your kind information, by built-in, we denote that the 22in TV’s base is a PlayStation 2, giving this TV a pretty strange look. It’s also a slightly weird and wonderful that Sony’s selecting this tip to attempt and to make best use of a little more life out of its PS2 product. The only cause we can consider is that integrating a PlayStation 3 would place the cost up to an unrealistic point it means out of reach.
As it stands, the KDL-22PX300 is available and provided for £200 from better Sounds making it merely a little more expensive than same-size TVs from other counterpart manufacturers. The KDL-22PX300 is sound kitted out, as well. Its 1,366×768 resolution is superlative for 720p video recording, soundtrack or footage; whereas four HDMI inputs indicate you can plug in several other devices. There’s Freeview built in, even though not the latest Freeview HD.
Maybe the best thing is the Bravia Internet TV portal is included, so you can connect the TV to your router via Ethernet and use the online services, together with BBC iPlayer and Love Film. If you’ve been looking for a means to break out your old PS2 games, this TV is the model for you.