While the games play in standard definition, the TV is capable of supporting 720p and boasts four HDMI ports, three USB sockets, a SCART socket, PC input and support for component cable.
The TV is quite handy if you have any PS2 discs floating around and no PS2 as the PS3’s backwards compatibility is almost non-existant.
It also features built-in Freeview and two Ethernet ports for ~Internet TV. The TV is out now and is priced at £200. Also, it’s only available in-store from Richer Sounds, apparently due to the numbers available.