Tuesday, June 7, 2011

The new portable Sony does not come alone

The presentation of the new Sony handheld console, surrounded by festive air in the facilities of the Olympic Games in Los Angeles, was surrounded by several apologies. First by Jack Tretton, president and CEO of Sony in the U.S. and then Kaz Hirai, the global homónino entertainment division. The constant attack on their online gaming platform marred what he wanted to be a brilliant launch, that of PSVita, "because it means life," said the successor to the PlayStation Portable.

The first thing that draws attention to take the gear in hand is its screen, five inches. Shiny, voluminous, occupying almost the entire front. It adapts easily to hand, does not feel heavy. The controls are very similar to the classic controls of the house, only to improve sensors and both the screen and the back of the device is touch.

Shuhei Yoshida, head of Sony's entertainment division, said that the size of the screen due to requests from users, while acknowledging that the short version of PSP that was the most critical factor. "We want to make a balance between an immersive experience for all senses, without losing portability." Initially shown under the name of NGP, the successor to PSP, this machine will supply route which began in late 2004 in Japan and arrived in Europe in fall 2005.

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