The PlayStation Vita is a handheld video game console developed by Sony Computer Entertainment. It was released in 2011 in Japan and later in other regions. The Vita comes in two versions: Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi with 3G connectivity.
The Vita features a 5-inch OLED touchscreen display with a resolution of 960 x 544 pixels, providing sharp and vibrant visuals for gaming, videos, and other media. The console is powered by a quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore processor and a quad-core SGX543MP4+ graphics processing unit, delivering fast and smooth gameplay. It also has 512MB of RAM, 128MB of VRAM, and 1GB of internal storage, which can be expanded using a proprietary memory card.
The Vita has a wide range of features including front and rear-facing cameras, built-in speakers, a microphone, and motion sensors. It also has a touchpad on the rear of the device that can be used for gameplay, and a gyroscope and accelerometer for motion control. Additionally, the Vita has built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, allowing users to connect to the internet and other devices for multiplayer gaming and media sharing.
The 3G version of the Vita has a SIM card slot, enabling users to connect to the internet via a mobile network, in addition to Wi-Fi. This feature allows users to play online games and access the internet on the go, without needing to be in a Wi-Fi hotspot.
The Vita has an extensive library of games, including popular titles such as Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Persona 4 Golden, and Gravity Rush. It also supports cross-platform play with the PlayStation 3 and 4, allowing users to continue playing games on different devices.
In conclusion, the PlayStation Vita is a powerful and versatile handheld console with a large and diverse library of games. The 3G version provides added connectivity options for users who want to play games and access the internet on the go.
Cobus Bester –
From what i seen this product looks like it can make it but, i must be ashamed to admit i said the same thing about the PSG. I see interesting features with this hand held except the cams I am a tech head so anything with gadgets grabs my attention easily caught my attention and gave me a shout for joy, Sony pulls this off it can really be a handheld worth buying.(sorry NES fans including me we need a new handheld winner)
Great portable system
This system has a lot of power for it\’s size. It runs things very smooth and looks great on the 720p 5\” display. Remote play works really well with the PS4 although I was kind of disappointed to discover that you can\’t use remote play with 3G, it still works well with Wifi though. This is overall a very great portable device, definitely worth the $200.
Great product, but with flaws
The controls, design, menu ui is great. some people say that there aren\’t many games for it, but i just need a few and not a huge collection. But there\’s a small downside and that is the screen. The screen is beautiful and colorful, but there seems to be a problem with many vitas. The problem is that there are black stains in the screen that are seen when the screen is displaying black and when you are indoors where there isn\’t a lot of light. a lot of people have it, including my friends and i hear that all oled displays have the problem, including some phones. i guess ill have to get use to it.
Matt Mullenweg –
The best thing you could have for a portable gaming system has the best graphics and designs I reccomend you by this
Jared Erickson –
PSVita looks so awesome!
This system is a powerhouse! Looks so much better than the 3ds but why is it delayed? So many awesome games!
Michael Novotny –
I was going to replace my PS3 slim but …
Looks like an interesting product to replace my PS3 Slim. So I got online and asked if I can use Skype (since it has a front facing camera), the answer NO and the browser is the same as the PS3 which sucks (no flash support).
I gave it an average rating because the browser is the same as the PS3 and it does not do Skype