Playstation Vita PCH-2000
Playstation Vita PCH-2000

Sony reveals colourful additions to Vita line-up

SONY have revealed details of a new, multi-coloured PlayStation Vita model, as well as PlayStation Vita TV.

To be released in pink, yellow, aqua, gold/brown, white, and black, the new model - which comes with the model number PCH-2000 - is thinner and lighter than the earlier version.

Additionally, Final Fantasy X/X2 Remaster, God Eater 2 and Gundam Breaker special edition systems were announced, as well as confirmation that memory card pricing is set to be reduced in Japan later this year.

Sony also announced a 64gb memory card which will be priced about $125 when it releases alongside the new Vita in October.

The PlayStation Vita TV is a device that allows users to play PlayStation Vita games, remote-play PlayStation 4 games, and more, on the user's TV.

Measuring 6cm by 10cm, the pocketable device connects to a television and network, can stream video from various sources (only Japanese sources, which aren't applicable outside that country, have been revealed), and has a port for directly inserting PlayStation Vita games.

Priced about $120, it releases in Japan in November.


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