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|PlayStation Portable Bright and Light|
|PlayStation Vita Slim|
|1.8 million (as of March 31, 2012)|
|PlayStation Vita 3G|
|PlayStation Vita Game Cards|
|4 face buttons, 2 shoulder buttons, d-pad, dual analog sticks, touch screen, touch panel on back|
|February 22, 2012|
|North American Release|
|February 15, 2012|
|February 12, 2012|
|December 17, 2011|
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The console itself features a five-inch OLED touch screen which can be seen when laid on its side. The system also has a back touchpad for playing video games such as Little Deviants etc.
Competitors[edit | edit source]
The PlayStation Vita's main competition comes in the form of the Nintendo 3DS, which features a touch screen, a flip-up design, and adjustable 3-D graphics. But both handheld systems are competing with other portable gaming players like cellphones, especially the iPhone.
Games[edit | edit source]
- For a full list of games, please see List of PlayStation Vita games.
The PlayStation Vita has 115 games as of March 26, 2013.
External Links[edit | edit source]
- PlayStation Vita at US.PlayStation.com
Gallery[edit | edit source]