June 7, 2011 by USA Post
Playstation Vita, Sony officially gave its next generation of notebooks for a name, and is not NGP or PlayStation Portable 2. Sony’s new handheld is now called the Vita PlayStation, and its features and price now confirmed recently announced, is emerging as a strong competitor for Nintendo 3DS. Most of the technical details that we know or suspect about months. La Vita has an OLED touch screen, twoanlog sticks, again mounted touch panels, and front and back-facing cameras. Although 3G will be available, Sony also offers a less expensive Wi-Fi only.
Both Wi-Fi and 3G versions will lead to new networking features in the Vita. Sony’s new system of social networks, Nearby, players connect locally and online, and a function hall will allow players to talk to each other via voice chat when playing different games. Several games, including the upcoming action RPG Ruina, support the cloud-based savings and save the file transfers between Vita and versions of PS3 games, letting players left their Vitas and pick up where they left off on your PS3.
Vita 3G versions will be available exclusively with AT & T Wireless. Surprisingly, news of this led to the crowd erupted in boos and laughter, probably due to service problems on AT & T infamous last great exclusive contract, the iPhone.
The biggest news of the Vita was its price. Sony Computer Entertainment, Kaz Hirai, the president announced that the Wi-Fi version of the Vita only will sell for PlayStation and 249.99, and Wi-Fi/3G version and will cost 299.99. This puts Sony’s new handheld on an equal footing with Nintendo 3DS in the price, a great advantage in the latest generation of Sony laptop, the PlayStation Portable, which entered the market and 150 more than the Nintendo DS. The Sony PlayStation Vita out this holiday season.
Nintendo, meanwhile, is expected to announce its next-generation console at a press conference Tuesday morning. PC Magazine will be live-blogging the event starting at 9 am Pacific.
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