PlayStation Vita – Sony’s Next-gen PalyStation


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PlayStation Vita – Sony’s Next-gen PalyStation

Sony showcased its portable handheld gaming device officially named as PlayStation Vita on Monday. The device was previously codenamed as Next Generation Portable and it features a 5-inch OLED touch screen and front and rear touch controls and Wi-Fi and 3G data connections.

According to Sony, the PS Vita will sport a quad-core processor and quad-core graphics, and will also include dual analog sticks and front and rear cameras.

The device is also available in Wi-Fi only version at a price of $250. The pricing has Sony run into criticism that this gadget is too expensive. This latest gadget, as Sony claims, is said to be designed to obscure the fine ‘line’ between life-game and the real life with the presence of augmented reality technology.

This new device is aimed at competing with Apple’s iPod Touch and the plethora of Smartphones and tablets available on the market.

According to the company, the PalyStation Vita will partner exclusively with AT&T for access to 3G Internet and Wi-Fi hotspots.