Summary: The PlayStation Vita PCH-2000 is a top handheld game console. It is lighter and more comfortable than the original Vita, but it has a downgraded LCD touchscreen and does not offer as many exclusive games as other platforms.
Pros: The PlayStation Vita PCH-2000 retains its remote play capabilities with the PlayStation 4 while offering a lighter design and better battery life.
Cons: The Vita Slim still uses expensive proprietary memory cards and has a downgraded LCD touchscreen.
Excerpt: In a post-App Store world, is there still room for a dedicated handheld games console? The Nintendo 3DS answered that question with a definite “maybe”, struggling at launch before picking up speed after a substantial price cut.
Pros: Excellent hardware, Powerful
Cons: Games are expensive, Storage should be cheaper
Summary: PS Vita incorporates a 5-inch multi-touch organic light emitting diode as the front display and a unique multi-touch pad on the rear. Together with the front touch screen and the rear touch pad, PS Vita offers new game play experiences, allowing users to interact directly with games in three...
Sony PlayStation Vita Review: Taking Mobile Gaming to a New Level
25 February 2012
Excerpt: The Sony PlayStation Vita is a very capable mobile gaming console, but it's more than that as well -- it boasts a web browser, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and even optional 3G[...]
Pros: 5-inch OLED screen is a thing of beauty, Quad-core processor delivers plenty of speed and power, 3G enables a better social gaming experience with the near app, local challenges, etc., Completely redesigned UI is intuitive and efficient, Front and rear touchscreen input plus motion control and tw...
Cons: High cost may be an issue for a dedicated gaming device, Proprietary charge/sync connector and large AC adapter are annoying, No on-board memory, so you’ll need a memory card for game saves and media, Speakers somewhat underpowered, though they are relatively good quality with distortion at only ...
Summary: So, the wait is finally over and we have at long last taken receipt of our PlayStation Vita and have been spending the last few hours becoming acquainted with its finer points. The big question on everyone’s lips is the obvious one; is it worth the money?
Summary: The portable gaming market is now unrecognisable compared to the PSP’s launch in 2004 — smartphones with cheap casual games rule, and although the Nintendo 3DS has been flaunting its 3D party trick for some time now, hardcore gamers have been left twiddling their thumbs. Until now.
Excerpt: El hardware de la segunda PlayStation portátil no deja lugar a dudas: es la consola más potente y bien ejecutada de su categoría gracias a su pantalla OLED de alta resolución y su CPU de 4 núcleos
Pros: La calidad de imagen de la pantalla OLED multitáctil es extraordinaria. Ofrece una gran riqueza cromática y unos negros intensos, Las posibilidades del panel multitáctil trasero son enormes. Esperamos que los desarrolladores de videojuegos sepan cómo sacarle todo el partido, Los dos sticks analóg...
Cons: PS Vita no incorpora almacenamiento interno, por lo que es imprescindible hacerse desde el principio con una tarjeta dedicada. De lo contrario, no podremos jugar, y tampoco adquirir nuevos títulos a través de PS Store. Os aconsejamos que os hagáis con una tarjeta de 8 o 16 Gbytes. Las de 4 Gbytes...