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Sony PlayStation 4 May Use AMD Technology

Sony PlayStation 4 May Use AMD Technology

Sony has been facing increasingly greater competition from other gaming console makers such as Microsoft. Especially now that Microsoft is trying to make the motion-sensor Kinect a regular part of it’s game console, Sony is under pressure to up the game if it wants to stand it’s ground. Sony already has added enhancements to it’s recent release, PS Vita and now we are hearing that an upcoming Sony game console may be using AMD’s graphics technology.

By On February 25, 2012 Respond
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PlayStation Vita (Wi-Fi) Launched By Sony

PlayStation Vita (Wi-Fi) Launched By Sony

PlayStation Vita delivers amazing visuals on its 5-inch multi-touch screen that look almost as good as PS3 graphics and this PlayStation Vita has featuring Wi-Fi connectivity1, a 5″ multi-touch screen, rear touchpad, front and rear cameras, motion sensors and more. The PlayStation Vita will transform the way you connect, game and share. Recently Sony has launched this product.

By On February 15, 2012 3 Responses
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Sony’s PlayStation Vita Hits Amazon For Pre-order  Now

Sony’s PlayStation Vita Hits Amazon For Pre-order Now

Good news!! It’s been a long time coming, and the most exciting news is Sony’s PlayStation Vita finally goes up for pre-order at Amazon.com. Sony’s PlayStation Vita, previously codenamed “Next Generation Portable” (NGP), is the long-rumored successor to the PlayStation Portable hardware series. The product pages for both the WiFi-only and 3G editions list a release date of December 31, projected for a holiday 2011 release. Vita retains the familiar general form of the PlayStation Portable hardware series while dramatically improving on virtually every aspect of its use with powerful and exciting features.

By On August 7, 2011 Respond
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Sony PlayStation Vita To Hit US And Europe In 2012

Sony PlayStation Vita To Hit US And Europe In 2012

Sony PlayStation Vita handheld will miss Christmas in US and Europe and Sony has confirmed that the Vita won’t hit the American and European markets until early 2012. In the U.S., the Play Station Vita will have an initial price of $249 for a WiFi-only version and $299 for one that works over AT&T’s wireless network and in Japan, the Vita will sell for ¥24,980 for the Wi-Fi version and ¥29,980 for the 3G model. The new gaming system, which will be a follow-up to both the successful but aging PlayStation Portable (PSP) and the slow-selling PSP Go and the Vita will feature a 5-inch touch screen on the front of the unit and a touch pad on the back for controlling games using hand gestures…………..

By On August 5, 2011 Respond
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