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The successor to the revolutionary PlayStation Portable, the Sony PlayStation Vita adds a new dimension to the concept of handheld gaming consoles. Packed to the hilt with unique and exciting features, the all new PlayStation provides the gamer with sheer computing power coupled with enhanced connectivity.
The Sony PlayStation Vita has an ARM Cortex A9 Core quad-core CPU. The graphics is powered by a SGX543MP4+ chip, a powerful quad core co-processor running at 200MHz. The processor and graphics system is backed by 512MB of Main Memory and 128MB of VRAM, respectively.
The powerful handheld console features multiple input systems. The console features a large 5 Inch OLED screen with a resolution of 960x544 pixels and a colour output of approximately 16 million colours. It contains the Six Axis Motion Sensing system, with three-axis gyroscope, three axis accelerometer as well as a three axis electronic compass. Other than that, the console has multiple keys and switches, built like the PlayStation controller found on its larger home console controllers; with various buttons including PlayStation Button, Power Button, Directional Buttons (Up/Down/Left/Right), Action Buttons (Triangle, Square, Circle, Cross), Shoulder Buttons (Left and Right) as well as the Left and Right Analogue Sticks and Start and Select Buttons. Moreover, the console has an inbuilt Front Capacitive Touchscreen with Multitouch capabilities and a rear multitouch capacitive touchscreen as well. The console comes with various applications for listening to music, viewing photos and videos and browsing the web.
The Sony PlayStation Vita has connectivity options galore! It features mobile network connectivity over HSDPA/HSUPA for high speed 3G data connectivity; GSM/GPRS/EDGE for 2G data as well as inbuilt Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) and Bluetooth v2.1+EDR, supporting A2DP, AVRCP and HSP protocols. The console features built in GPS and Wi-Fi location service support. The handheld gaming console has two cameras, one at the front and the other one at the rear: The front camera has a resolution of 320x240 pixels and a frame rate of 120fps while the rear camera has a resolution of up to 640x480 pixels. The PlayStation Vita features various slots for enhanced compatibility with peripherals. To ensure complete peace of mind, the Sony PlayStation Vita comes with 1 Year Warranty.
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The answer to that question is both a yes and no. To be quite honest, if you are a casual smartphone user who plays games in their iOS or Android device and aren't concerned with games, the Vita is not for you. However, if you are a smartphone user and yearn to be able to plays higher quality games with controls that makes sense on a screen that won't hurt your eyes, the PS Vita is right up your alley. So let's get into it:
The Playstation Vita itself a beautiful piece of hardware itself with:
- 5in. OLED touchscreen that puts out ridiculous resolutions.
- back touchpad like what you would use on your laptop
- two analog sticks like your PS3 or 360 controller
- and feels light but having the weight of something premium
- A front facing and rear facing camera just like an iPhone
The OLED screen is gorgeous and you will never have a problem being able to read or touch anything on your screen. Also the power button has been placed on top of the unit to prevent accidental pushes while the headphone jack is underneath to prevent pulling anything out. The analog sticks themselves, while on the small side, are just as responsive and intuitive as their larger cousins on the PS3 Dualshock. Overall the unit is sleek, sexy, and pretty darn cool to hold and look at.
However there are some cons:
- The right analog stick is a few centimeters away from the X button on the Vita. For people with smaller hand sizes this won't be a problem but as I have larger hands, I noticed my thumb will accidentally hit the stick while I press buttons. Not a big factor but slightly annoying.
- The analog sticks themselves are fine but as I said before, people with large hands will have to learn how to adapt to using them. Hey, if we can text paragraphs at the speed of sound on an iPhone, a small joystick is a piece of cake.
Onto the actual software of the Vita, from the get go, Sony walks you through every step of the way while setting up your Vita. From accessing your Playstation Network account to applying for the AT&T Data plan (if you bought the 3G/WiFi model) to even adjusting the time, it's all done in an easy way. I was very impressed. Moving onward you have "apps" such as:
- Welcome Park: A mini-game filled app that helps you learn all the features of your Vita and does it in an easy to understand manner. Even a child could understand this app.
- Near: AN app that allows you to "see" other users in a few mile radius who also have Vitas. From here you can send friend requests, rate games, and even leave gifts for other users to find. Very neat.
- Party: The biggest app you should pay attention too. It's basically Xbox Live on the Vita. You can add people to your party from different games, and talk to them (Yes I said talk!) on your Vita while doing other things. This is the killer app of Vita in my opinion.
- Netflix: Looks amazing on the OLED screen.
- Freetweet: Lets you post tweets on Twitter while playing games
I could go on and on but the interface on the Vita is very easy to navigate as all of your apps are cute bubbles you can move around just like on an iPhone. Also, you can press the Playstation button on your Vita and it will 'suspend' your current game or app (just like an iPhone) and let you "tear" the page away to delete it. Very cool.
CONCLUSION: This is where I have to draw the line. As a smartphone user who plays games on my phone, I see the value in the Vita as it provides social and gaming experiences that you truly cannot find anywhere else. The only thing a Vita doesn't do is make phone calls and even then the Vita is getting a Skype app soon to allow you to make calls. However, I know there will be people who don't need to have a Vita when their iPhone gets the job done and that is perfectly fine. However, if you want to take that next step and buy quite possibly the greatest gaming handheld ever made (Yes I can say that with a straight face), then get a Vita. It really is a gamechanger...........!!!