We have without a doubt firmly covered Sony’s NGP for a while now however without an official name, our attempts at guessing (NGP, short for next generation portable) have been crushed, as the real deal is called the PS Vita and was unveiled officially at E3. Sony’s Vita will be listed at (US) $249 for the WiFi-only model, or $299 for the 3G version (AT&T only) and will be listed at (Euro) €249 and €299. Release date wise you’re looking at the back-end of 2011, or just before Christmas for the picky people out there, and we are personally shocked at the pricing for the coming soon product.
Competetively priced, the PS Vita offers up significant hardware advancements over the Nintendo 3DS for around the same price. Packing a quad-core processor based on the ARM Cortex A9, the PSP’s replacement has a five-inch, 16 million colour 960×544 OLED touchscreen, twin cameras, twin speakers, and a microphone.
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