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About this product
- Product DescriptionEnjoy hours of entertainment with this Sony Vita handheld system. Besides being compact, the console features a convenient 5-inch display, as well as wireless Internet connectivity. Furthermore, this black Sony Vita handheld system is equipped with a reliable ARM Cortex - A9 core (4 core) processor together with 512 MB RAM.
- Product NameSony PlayStation Vita
- Product LineSony PlayStation
- TypeHandheld System
- Console ColorBlack
- Release Date2/22/2012
- Device Input SupportTouch-Screen
- Audio Output SupportStereo
Power & Battery
- Power Source TypesPower Supply - internal
- Battery TypeRechargeable Lithium-Ion
- Height0.73 in.
- Weight0.62 lb
- Width7.17 in.
- Depth3.29 in.
- Display TypeOLED display
- Display Size5 in.
- Display Resolution960 x 544
- Internet ConnectivityWireless
- Region CodeUnited States
- CPUARM Cortex - A9 core (4 core)
- Memory Capacity128 MB
- Product Features
- Transform your world
With front and rear cameras, you can turn kitchen counters into a fight ring or office boardrooms into a battlefield. Augmented Reality (AR) technology for PlayStation Vita brings your physical world into the PlayStation world.
- Interact with the world
Wi-Fi and 3G capabilities pinpoint the location of nearby opponents, send friends on treasure hunts, and keep the world updated on your rank.
- Non-stop action
Literally. Keep the intensity up at home or on the go. With Wi-Fi or 3G connectivity, you can pick up games right where you left off, even from your PS3 system.
- Transform your world
- FeaturesBuilt-in Microphone
- Country RegionUnited States
Most relevant reviews
- onlinemaverickJan 10, 2016by
PS Vita - Best Part is Remote Play PS3 and PS4
Forget just having games for the Vita, you can play your PS3 and PS4 games remotely on this little one. This is the best feature especially if you have Playstation Plus.
Also the speakers are very good, far better than any other handheld including the PSP (their previous handheld). Too bad memory for the PS Vita still costs so much but with remote play you don't even need a memory card.
Best thing is that remote play works over the Internet, so you can bring the Vita to work and play your games that are at home. Just remember to leave your consoles powered up.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- cycloneghostJan 08, 2014by
I own every portable system there is, and this is hands down the best.
This is like a PS3 in your hands. I travel for a living, so as a gamer this is a no-brainer (especially with a building backlog of PS+ games). My advice is to find a gently used device and get a PS+ membership and keep an eye out for great PSN downloadable deals. PS Vita is a fantastic piece of hardware with false stigma for having no games. Tell that to my full 32 GB card.
Intuitive User Interface.
Console quality graphics in your hand.
Perfect control layout and sticks.
Large library of games.
Large beautiful screen.
Full priced games are expensive ($40).
Sony memory card is overpriced, but there's no choice of 3rd party cards.
Battery life is only average (3-6 hours)
That large beautiful screen should be handled carefully to avoid being scratched.Read full review
- fatbody75Feb 07, 2014by
A great console for all those free PS plus games!!!!!!
My decision to buy the vita was based solely on two considerations: 1 the capability of the hardware, 2 Playstation plus and the cross buy and cross play features. That said, this is a very limited review.
For my purposes, this is a great little system! I fired it up and immediately downloaded spelunky and hotline miami among some of the other titles that came free with Playstation Plus (a must have service if you intend to get a Vita). Games download fast on my home wifi and the gameplay (at least on these titles) is flawless and the controls are at least on par with the console versions of the games. The screen is beautiful, the speakers are great for a portable system. I suppose the overall interface of the system could be slicker, but it is more than adequate as it is.
- rachel17lynnDec 02, 2013by
Really fun! Worth it if you have a ps3 and crossplay titles.
Pretty cool system. Can be lots of fun with the right games, a great way to pass the time when waiting in line or such as you're out and about. Memory is expensive as you can only use specific Sony memory cards, but without it, or with very little, your experience will be very limited. I have the smallest memory at 4gb and can only have one major game downloaded at a time. Recommend at least a 16 Gb card.
- coolermaster830May 09, 2013by
A+ console. Buy one, you'll love it!
I use this console more than my ps3, psp, xbox 360!
They say the average vita user plays it about 40 hours a week and I can believe it, I take this thing everywhere.
As a working adult (who also is a gamer) I take this to work and play it on my lunch break so it gets much more use than my psp that (for whatever reason) I never took to work.
If your a playstation plus member they have games you can download for free and play as long as you like. A games you purchased on ps3 often give you a free vita version. It also plays my psp games I bought on psn so I have a ton of games.
If you buy a vita with the 3g (like mine) it also has allot of interesting features like "near" and "wake up club" you can use away from wifi networks.
The only drawback is the memory cards do cost allot but.... Trust me on this.... Just buy the 32 gig card and you'll be super happy.
I burned through the 8 gig card that came with it fast but with 32 gigs I've only used about 19 gigs of it and my vita is soooo packed with games I couldn't be happier!
Its AWESOME!Read full review