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PlayStation Vita gets the iFixit teardown

iFixit tear down the Sony PlayStation Vita

| Gaming News | Posted: Feb 17, 2012 8:24 am

iFixit are great, they truly are. Most people in the technology industry love to know how thinks work, and what is inside of them, and iFixit know this. They've got the latest and greatest Sony portable gaming system, PlayStation Vita, and have torn it apart.

 

Spec-wise, the PS Vita sports a 4-core ARM Cortex-A MPCore Processor, 4-core SGX543MP4+ GPU, 512MB of RAM backed up with 128MB of VRAM, a 5-inch OLED Touchscreen running a 960x544-pixel qHD display with 24-bit color, and rear capacitive multi-touch pad, front and rear 0.3-megapixel VGA cameras and two analog joysticks.

 

Now that we have those detailed specs out of the way, have a quick look at the innards of the PS Vita:

 

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To check out the full teardown, click here for the PlayStation Vita teardown.

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