Sony Revises PS Vita, Also Announces PS Vita TV

In recent years, handheld console games haven’t been performing as expected, which has led the console makers to make new adjustments and updates to help them sell more units of the handheld consoles.

The PlayStation Vita is one of the handheld consoles that have been underperforming when compared to past handheld consoles since its release. In an effort to jump start sales for the console, Sony recently made a few announcements.

In their announcement, Sony said it is launching a new PlayStation Vita product called the PS Vita 2000. The PS Vita 2000 is similar to what the company did to boost the sales of the PSP. At the time, they created the PSP 2000, which was a slimmed down version of the PSP, and it helped improve the sales of the unit.

With the PS Vita 2000, Sony is hoping lightning can strike twice. The PS Vita 2000 is going to be a slimmed down version of the PS Vita. It will keep the same design features, but the company announced that it will be 15 percent lighter, and the thickness will be reduced by 20 percent. Sony also plans to replace the 5 inch OLED screen with a 5 inch LCD screen.

According to reports, the screen change will lower the quality a bit, since the colors around the edges will be a little faded.

Sony also plans to improve the storage on the new PS Vita 2000. Since the storage size was one of the biggest complaints they received Sony made sure they addressed it. The new Vita will come with 1 GB of storage space, while some don’t believe it is enough considering how many games are available on it, it is still better than nothing.

Another change Sony is making with the Vita is that you will now be able to charge it with the same charger you use for your smartphone, which is a very convenient upgrade.

In addition to the upgraded Vita, Sony also announced the plans for PS Vita TV. For those that are wondering, this is a set box top that works with the DualShock 3 control pad, which is a cheaper alternative to buying the Vita console. The Vita TV will run games at television resolution, which is better than the screen resolution you get with the PS Vita.

Unfortunately, the Vita TV only supports 720p to 1080i resolution, but not 1080p resolution. The new Vita and Vita TV will support PS4 remote play, which is a big deal for those that want to continue games they saved on the PS4 console.

The PS Vita 2000 and the PS Vita TV were created to breathe new life into Sony’s handheld console units, the upgrades that they have included will definitely help them generate more interest in the consoles and boost their sales.written by: bakinp In recent years, handheld console games haven’t been performing as expected, which has led the console makers to make new adjustments and updates to help them sell more units of the handheld consoles.

The PlayStation Vita is one of the handheld consoles that have been underperforming when compared to past handheld consoles since its release. In an effort to jump start sales for the console, Sony recently made a few announcements.

In their announcement, Sony said it is launching a new PlayStation Vita product called the PS Vita 2000. The PS Vita 2000 is similar to what the company did to boost the sales of the PSP. At the time, they created the PSP 2000, which was a slimmed down version of the PSP, and it helped improve the sales of the unit.

With the PS Vita 2000, Sony is hoping lightning can strike twice. The PS Vita 2000 is going to be a slimmed down version of the PS Vita. It will keep the same design features, but the company announced that it will be 15 percent lighter, and the thickness will be reduced by 20 percent. Sony also plans to replace the 5 inch OLED screen with a 5 inch LCD screen.

According to reports, the screen change will lower the quality a bit, since the colors around the edges will be a little faded.

Sony also plans to improve the storage on the new PS Vita 2000. Since the storage size was one of the biggest complaints they received Sony made sure they addressed it. The new Vita will come with 1 GB of storage space, while some don’t believe it is enough considering how many games are available on it, it is still better than nothing.

Another change Sony is making with the Vita is that you will now be able to charge it with the same charger you use for your smartphone, which is a very convenient upgrade.

In addition to the upgraded Vita, Sony also announced the plans for PS Vita TV. For those that are wondering, this is a set box top that works with the DualShock 3 control pad, which is a cheaper alternative to buying the Vita console. The Vita TV will run games at television resolution, which is better than the screen resolution you get with the PS Vita.

Unfortunately, the Vita TV only supports 720p to 1080i resolution, but not 1080p resolution. The new Vita and Vita TV will support PS4 remote play, which is a big deal for those that want to continue games they saved on the PS4 console.

The PS Vita 2000 and the PS Vita TV were created to breathe new life into Sony’s handheld console units, the upgrades that they have included will definitely help them generate more interest in the consoles and boost their sales.

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