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Sony's PlayStation Now-ready Bravia TVs coming in June

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Sony's line of 4K Ultra HD Bravia television sets with PlayStation Now capability are set to launch in June, the company announced on its blog.

The Gaikai-powered PlayStation Now cloud steaming game service was announced at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this year. Through the service, users will be able to stream and play PlayStation 3 games with a DualShock 3 controller directly through their TV, according to the blog post. When the service was first announced, the company noted it would stream PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and PS3 games to PlayStation 4, PS3, PlayStation Vita and other non-PlayStation devices, including ready-capable televisions.

The line of Bravia TVs will include nine different models from three different Bravia series of varying sizes. Models will range from 49 to 85 inches wide and will be priced between $2,099 and $24,999. These "Ultra HD" sets boast 1080p resolution and increased pixel count for its display.

Check out our hands-on with PlayStation Now from CES 2014 for more details on how the service will work. Beta invites for the service began rolling out in January, and pre-orders for the Bravia TV line are now open, with more information on participating retailers available on Sony's website.