Play TV working on PS3 – video

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 14 February 2008 10:45 GMT

Here. Quite a big file of BBC Online’s tech guy Darren Waters hands-on with Play TV, the PS3 digital TV tuner, presumably at Sony’s office. The movie shows Darren going through a lot of the features of the service, including playing TV from a PS3 through a PSP wirelessly. It’s due out “later this year.”

Go go go.

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