In the last twenty-four hours we’ve received both some good and some bad news about the new PSVita model.
The PlayStation Vita PCH-2000 “Slim” model has been talked about quite a bit recently, and while we’ve found faults and benefits before here are some newly surfaced ones.
First of all, the bad news; for all those hoping to add that 1 GB of internal memory to the amount of space they have on their memory cards – sorry, but not this time. When a memory card is inserted into the Slim model it lets you know that the location of save data is changing from internal to added storage, and that the internal isn’t accessible with a memory card inserted. Also, it lets you know that in order to transfer data from the internal memory to a memory card it must format the memory card. While this isn’t likely a big deal, it’s a bit disappointing to those who believed they would have that extra storage – it seems that for now it’ll only be beneficial for those who want to try the Vita straight out of the box.
Now to the good news; for all those who were disappointed that the original Vita didn’t have a removable/replaceable battery (even though it sort of does, though it’s not as simple as it should be) the new PCH-2000 model will have the battery options you want.
What do you think, does this yin and yang packet of news make it more or less appealing?
Let us know in the comments.