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PlayStation Vita gets set NA, EU release dates

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 19 Oct 2011 0:38 User comments (1)

PlayStation Vita gets set NA, EU release dates Sony has finally announced the release date for the PS Vita in North America and Europe.
The handheld is set for release in Japan in December but the rest of the world has been told simply to wait while Sony finalized the details.

It appears today that the date is February 22nd, 2012, for everywhere that isn't Japan.

The Vita will run on an ARM Cortex A9 quad-core processor and be powered by a quad-core PowerVR SGX543MP4+ GPU.

Featuring a 5-inch capacitive multitouch OLED screen (with 16 million colors), the device will be 7.16 by 0.73 by 3.28 inches. Furthermore, the Vita has 512MB memory and 128MB VRAM in its graphics processor.

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119.10.2011 8:46

It'll be cool. But I just don't know, I spend enough as it is, don't need another portable console that's not going to leave my room. Probably will still get it, as well as trade my 3DS out for the newer model when they come out. Gots to have the best, and the only reason I don't have any of the old PSP's is the lack of the second joy"stick".

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