PS Vita Slim - Lime Green / White - Wi-fi (PCH-2000ZA13)
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The system is fantastic and an upgrade over my white OLED 1000 - in every way.
The screen is sharper and I can actually notice details in games, that were not able to be seen on the OLED models' screen.
The system is lighter, but still has a weighty premium Sony feel. I really like the ergonomics of the larger handholds and rescued touchpad. The buttons are a lot more solid in feel (clicky), than the 1000 model, especially the much improved shoulder buttons.
PSP games do look a lot better now in color and clarity; I can also play PS1 games without the fear of borders burning in image retention (1000 model can suffer burn in).
The speakers have received and improvement and so have the resized and raised PS, Start and Select buttons.
This is a Japanese system so X/O are swapped in function (confirm/cancel), this only affects the Operating System and is a non issue.
Very thrilled with the new 2000.
The seller packaged the item immaculately and shipping was fast and expedient.
The lime green is very unique besides the U.S. Regular black PS vita. You have the option to select your language of course and it will play all US games.
I specifically bought a PS Vita to stream a few of my PS4 games during downtime and I will say it's very good with 0-5% lag of where I work. The lime green is a very nice bonus to it as well.
I love the screen on this too. One thing I find very weird is playing on the PS vita control settings for a while and then going to a PS4 feels extremely weird but you will get the hang of it.
The setup in the beginning asks for your language and time Zone. So it is not hard to successfully use English in a Japanese import.
As far as the exterior, the green is very vibrant. The white is beautiful. And it's definitely work the extra $40 compared to a US retail system at a regular $199. The special edition of it is worth it alone.
I'd also like to touch a bit on the primary reason why I purchased this... REMOTE PLAY IS LEGENDARY .
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The effect is great — you can see the color coming through on parts of the system even from the front, and it adds flourish to an otherwise staid design
Sony touts a battery life of up to six hours gaming time for the PS Vita Slim which is more than the original. Sony has also swapped the OLED screen for a LCD panel. Some feel that it is a downgrade, maybe it is, but I hardly could tell the difference between the two nor could I care less, graphics are not everything. The PS Vita Slim has 1gb of internal storage meaning that games can be played without the need for a Memory Card like its predecessor, but if you plan on downloading games or you are registered to PS+, you might want to invest in a memory card, at least 16gb. You.You can't use this in tandem with a memory card, though the system will only recognize one or the other. The rear touch pad has been increased in size, probably done to avoid accidental presses which was also an occasional and frustrating problem with the original vita. . Taking a closer look, while the button layout has not changed much, the start, select and ps button are more circular making them much easier to press, the other buttons have pretty much the same feel. My overall thoughts are that the PS Vita 2000 is better than the original, more comfortable to hold and use, some may say that screen quality has decreased but I hardly could tell the difference with min and max brightness. While it does come with internal storage it cannot be used with the memory card, the system will either recognize one or the other. . In conclusion I would take a more ergonomic/comfortable Vita and longer battery life over the so called premium feel any day.
PS: Instead of the original cable you can now use a micro usb.