Sony is planning to introduce the web-based Sony Entertainment Network store to the US this month. According to CNET
, who spoke to Sony Network Entertainment chief operating officer Shawn Layden, the SEN store will ultimately let users buy content there and then set it to be automatically downloaded to their PS3s.
The SEN store, which allows users to buy PS3 and Vita content via a browser, launched very quietly last month
in Europe, with Sony eventually saying the store is being tested there. As it currently stands, content bought via the SEN store appears on Vita and PS3 download lists, but cannot be automatically downloaded to those devices via the web-based store.