Sony PlayStation Vita Black Console
Price Range:$219.00 to $419.96
PlayStation Vita (Wi-Fi Only) Transform the way you connect, game and share.Blur the lines between entertainment and reality with... Read More
PlayStation Vita (Wi-Fi Only) Transform the way you connect, game and share.Blur the lines between entertainment and reality with PlayStation Vita. Transform the way you connect, game and share. A stunning 5 OLED screen and front and back cameras transport your physical world into your digital one. The biggest and best games for a social world. And Wi-Fi, you can engage nearby gamers with a virtual gift or some good ol fashioned smack talk, anywhere, anytime. The action never ends just store it to the cloud and pick up on the Vita or back on the PS3. Minimize
Product Review Summary
17 Reviews from Epinions.com
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May 29, 2012
The purchase of my PSP Vita
Pros: Camera,faster processing and hardwear is stronger and the PSP Vita is lighter than its ancestors
Cons: Cheaply made,no variety of games Read More at Epinions.com
May 14, 2012
Touching the Future of Gaming with PS Vita...For a Price
Pros: Amazing technology, big screen, intuitive interface--this is an incredible gaming device.
Cons: The "hidden costs" of owning the PS Vita suck a lot of the fun away...
If you value the Playstation Experience a lot more than I do, this is a great leap forward. If you're dipping your toes into Sony's water...watch for sharks. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 15, 2012
Playstation Vita: If Vita is life, then pull the plug now
Pros: Rich feature set, good price, great screen, dual analog sticks
Cons: expensive games, questionable future, weak gaming library, mandatory memory cards
The Vita has all the potential in the world. I remain skeptical that it will live up to it. Read More at Epinions.com
May 22, 2012
Pros: Great touch screen. Joysticks are finally here.
Cons: Battery life. Operating sysyem. Memory card Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 30, 2012
PS Vita Very Fun
Pros: Play all PS3 games
Good controlls just like PS3
Cons: Small screen
Overall, I think that if you are a true gamer, this device is a must Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 11, 2013
White PlayStation Vita WiFi Only
Pros: Easy to maintain. Colors pop out more on screen.
Cons: No 3G capabilities.
The white PlayStation Vita definitely sticks out from the black PS Vita that was released a year ago. It is a very stylish and sexy device. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 9, 2012
It's Got Potential But... Where are the GAMES!?
Pros: It's a sleek looking piece of very nice tech.
Cons: Memory card prices suck, current lack of games, battery life.
If you can find the system and a 16GB memory card for under $200, go for it. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 14, 2012
SONY'S PlayStation Vita breathes new life into handheld gaming
Pros: Awesome control options. Gorgeous screen. High build quality.
Cons: Expensive/ proprietary flash storage required. Still no L2 & R2. No Flash/HTML5
Vita's raison d'etre is an apology for Sony's lack of wisdom designing the PSP. Fortunately, Vita surpasses the lackluster competition with tricks learned from both handhelds and smartphones. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 17, 2013
Expensive But Awesome
Vita Specific Games
Vita Library Size
Memory Card Cost
A sweet system that's innovative, but expensive. Recommended if you can foot the bill for one. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 15, 2012
Playstation Vita Console Wi-Fi Only: Thorough Review
Pros: Processing power, control options, video and sound.
Cons: No internal HDD, price gouging of the early adopters.
Give it a little time and see if the games you want start appearing before you plunk down so much cash. The hardware is there for a great system. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 10, 2012
Sony's PlayStation Vita Has a Bright Future -- If it can Survive the Present
Pros: Fantastic hardware, gorgeous screen, second analog stick!
Cons: Proprietary memory card prices are insane.
The Vita is one of the coolest handhelds I've ever owned. Hopefully Sony can work out a few kinks and get developers onboard to ensure its future. Read More at Epinions.com