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PS Vita Slim, a Handful of Gaming for a Slimmer Generation…

Sony’s handful of gaming excitement the PS Vita is being given an upgrade. Already two years old the original PCH-1000 is being replaced worldwide by the new PS Vita Slim, the PCH-2000.

The new slim model has been on sale in Japan since October where six different colours are available. Sales in the UK begin on February 7 but they will only get black slims for the moment. The release dates for the rest of the world are unknown, but word on the street has it that all remaining stocks of the original PCH-1000 are the last, the worldwide roll-out is underway.

Whether it be gaming on the go or PS4 remote play Sony’s PS Vita Slim is the new generation gadget for the job.

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NVIDIA Project Shield, a Portable Revolution and PSP Vita Killer…

NVIDIA, not content to release a new generation of Tegra (4) mobile processor have simultaneously launched a revolution in portable gaming. Wrapping the new chip in possibly the most radical handheld console to date, let me introduce you to Project Shield.

Don’t mistake Project Shield for a fancy new controller; Project Shield is no slave to the likes of Sony or Microsoft. Instead Shield contains a fully featured next generation Android gaming console, fully self contained, display included.

NVIDIA has a surprise for gamers on the go, a complete departure from portable consoles of the past. This is uncompromised gaming in spite of location. The design is also strangely similar to the much rumoured portable Xbox.

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