That’s what happened at Amazon when someone has accidentally messed up and delivered the new PS Vita earlier than customer’s expected date of arrival.
Released by Sony Computer Entertainment, PS Vita is a hand held game console having a 5-inch OLED multi-touch 24-bit color capacitive screen on 960 × 544q HD. It also has 220 ppi displays and equipped with 4-core ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore processor.
The gadget includes rear touch pad, six axis motion sensing, three axis electronic compass, D pad, 12x buttons, as well as 2x Analog sticks. PlayStation Vita does not use the XrossMediaBar interface unlike other consoles released by Sony.
Instead, it uses a touch screen-based UI dubbed Live Area, which includes various social networking and features via the PlayStation Network. It also has a front and back 640×480 (0.3MP) VGA cameras, 512 MB of RAM, 128 MB of VRAM for memory and 4-core SGX543MP4+ for graphics.
This console was scheduled to unveil on February 22nd in Western and European countries but they didn’t expect it to be released this early.
With this, high-end features of PS Vita look like gamers would be enjoying more than a week earlier, thanks to Amazon.
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