Get a PlayStation TV for Just $20 Right Now
Keep in mind the cost of a memory card, though.
Update: Looks like the PlayStation TV is currently out of stock and cannot be added to cart. We'll keep checking to see if it will be back.
The original story follows below.
Sony's PlayStation TV, which originally launched in the US for $100, is currently available for just $20 from the official Sony Store.
While the system has been given away for free in the past (including as a freebie alongside the PS4), this might very well be as cheap as it's been on its own. The Sony Store also has a bundle that includes the system, a DualShock 3, an 8 GB memory card, and a copy of The Lego Movie Videogame for $40 (down from the usual price of $140).
The PS TV is a versatile device; in addition to playing Vita games, it can be used to play digital PS1 and PSP games, as well as PlayStation 4 remote play and PlayStation Now.
The downside is that it includes just 1 GB of internal storage, and this can only be expanded through the use of the same memory cards that the Vita uses. These have remained prohibitively expensive ever since the Vita launched; while prices can fluctuate a fair amount, a 16 GB card is currently $40 on Amazon, while a 32 GB card goes for $73.
Still, the system has routinely gone for $40 as of late, so if you're in the market for one, this might very well as cheap as you're ever likely to get it.
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