PS VIta 2000 gets good reviews
With PlayStation Vita’s new brother 2000 version being out for a week and 2 days, consumers have got a lot of good things to say about this new piece of hardware. With the new Vita spec as far as weight, depth, width and height and having 1 Gigabyte of internal NAND storage and the “rounded” effect (so you can press buttons easier) with It’s LCD screen to make the picture better, makes this new brother a very well done Vita.
As for the reviews? here’s one by Engadget
The new Vita is better than the last, obviously. We’re glad that Sony didn’t just stop at making its new device thinner and lighter — although these revisions are of course appreciated. For many gamers who already have drawers filled with cables, getting rid of the one-use Vita charging cable is a welcome relief.The new Vita shows more accurate colors, at least while displaying photos and websites.
We don’t need a digital weighing scale nor a measuring tape to feel the difference between this year’s PlayStation Vita and its predecessor. Touted to be 15 per cent lighter, the new Vita is definitely less strenuous, and considering how light its predecessor is, it won’t make you keel over when you carry the unit in your hand or in your inventory bag.
Handling is somewhat similar to the previous model, and you can get a good grip at the sides even after it has been shaved thinner by 20 per cent. It’s the same old story for the controller – the two analog sticks at the sides have the right amount of traction, and you’ll have to stretch those thumbs slightly to reach the directional keys and the signature PlayStation buttons at the top corners. Your index and middle fingers should locate the rear touchpads just as easily, as is the case with the trigger buttons at the top corners.