Living in the land down under? Sony Computer Entertainment Australia’s got your Slim Vita needs covered this June.

After releasing in Japan last October, the UK early February, and North America just a few days ago, the PlayStation Vita “Slim” (PCH-2000 series) is finally making its way to the hands of anticipatory Australians this June.

If you’re interested in picking one up (or want to learn what all the fuss is about concerning this new model), have a read of Paul’s review of the Slim – he covers all the finer points of the new model and whether or not it’s worth a pick up.

The PlayStation Vita Slim releases June 4th in Australia, and will be priced at $269.95 AUD.

  • nonscpo

    $269 smackaroos, what on earth are they charging in Ausieland?

    • Lester Paredes

      Aussiebucks.

    • Lester Paredes

      After some actual research, 1 Australian dollar is currently worth $0.94 American. Still, 269 AU would equal about 250 US… I guess import fees and stuff.

      • nonscpo

        Ive actually traveled to Australia and converted US currency, and yes youre right the Ausie dollar is stronger than the American dollar. Also the way they use it makes it more expensive, a 16oz bottle will run you $1.50 out of a vending machine in the USA, wereas in Australia the 12oz bottle will run you up $3.50 out of the vending machine.

        • Lester Paredes

          Wow. That’s really weird. But, hopefully, their Aussie jobs pay them enough Aussie bucks to pay them Aussie bills. Cuz, seriously, have you seen the spiders there? They’d best be gettin’ paid, if ya know what i mean.