Sony PlayStation Vita (Latest Model)- Launch Bundle Black Handheld System (Wi-Fi + 3G - AT&T)
About this product
|Powered by the speedy and efficient ARM Cortex-A9 core (4 core) processor, the Sony PlayStation Vita console delivers a splendid gaming performance. Operating this Sony PS handheld system is fun, thanks to its 5-inch OLED multi-touch screen. Featuring Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, this 3G game console allows you to wirelessly connect and share data with other compatible devices. With Wi-Fi support, the Sony PlayStation Vita console keeps you connected to the web. The built-in stereo speakers of this 3G game console enhance your gaming experience by giving a loud and clear sound output. Moreover, with built-in GPS, this Sony PS handheld system easily leads you to your destination.|
|Product Name||Sony PlayStation Vita|
|Product Line||Sony PlayStation|
|Device Input Support||Touch-Screen|
|Audio Output Support||Stereo|
|Power & Battery|
|Power Source Types||Power Supply - internal|
|Display Type||OLED display|
|Display Size||5 in.|
|Display Resolution||960 x 544|
|CPU||ARM Cortex - A9 core (4 core)|
|Memory Capacity||128 MB|
|Input Features||Multi touch pad (capacitive type)|
Most relevant reviews
- jonny_gunnzMay 2, 2012by
Fell in love with it, cant wait for some more games to come out!!
for a handheld, this thing rocks! just like having a ps3 on the go. love the graphics. the xmb is faster to navigate with the touch screen. while in game the touch screen enables the developers to add additional buttons along the sides of the screen closest to your thumbs for easy access. I find that to be quite innovating.
not enough games(no worries though there will be more to come). felt the touch screen isn't as a responsive all the time. you need to tap the screen a number of times. i can see this being a problem in some online competitive games. memory cards cost half what the systems worth. analog sticks are going to need some getting used too.
over- all, give it some time but i feel like this system is going to be something worth investing in
- jiaofuyaoMay 5, 2015by
good but not great
The psv is very good but the charger was broken even it fixed with tape. the tape was broken and now its looks tirroble now.
- stoneek76_123Mar 15, 2012by
Excellent portable console, with some monetary drawbacks.
The Vita is a handheld console unlike any other. The display is beautiful, and the two analog sticks are refreshing for handheld play. If you are in the market for a handheld console, I would consider the Vita. That being said, there are a few things that I do not like. The battery life is poor to say the least, but that is to be expected for such a piece of technology. The rear touchscreen is revolutionary, but it definitely takes a little getting used to. Don't expect to pick it up and be great at it. The UI leaves something to be desired. I feel that the home screen could have used some more well thought out design. Cross play is amazing, but the trophies that you earn on your Vita do not cross over to your PS3 trophies, something I was very upset about. The game selection is not great, but that is to be expected for release. Don't expect a deal if you want to use cross play. 100 dollars for a new release Vita and PS3 game. The 3G also leaves something to be desired. The pricing for data plans is outrageous and the download is capped, so don't expect to be able to play online over 3G. All in all though, Sony has made some great strides in portable gaming with the Vita. If you are not put off by the price tag, I would recommend purchasing the Vita, but perhaps just stick with WiFi.Read full review
- ferram9Jul 9, 2014by
exelente portatil da sony, exelente graficos e jogabilidade facil, tela muito boa 5'' alguns jogos em portugues que nao perde em quase nada em comparaçao ao ps3
- rolis03Mar 9, 2012by
amazing product buy it for reals
great product recommended i like it a lot another kind of experience buy it is very different from the other version