Product Comparison: Sony PSP Slim & Lite 2000 Console vs Sony PlayStation Vita WiFi

Sony PSP Slim & Lite 2000 Console
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Brand Sony Sony
Model PSP Slim & Lite 2000 PS Vita Wifi
About the Product Great things definitely come in small packages. This new version of PSP is slimmer, smaller and lighter, while still providing an awesome gaming experience, lightning-fast gameplay and intense graphics. The latest PSP is 19% thinner and 33% lighter than the previous model and has twice the memory — 64MB — for faster loading times. With 64MB of internal system memory and a dedicated CPU running at up to 333MHz, the PSP has the horsepower you need for an exciting gaming experience. The 4.3" LCD screen sports a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio, 480 x 272 pixel resolution and 16.7 million colors for graphics that come alive on the screen. The PSP is designed to handle multiple applications, including games, music, video, communication and wireless networking. Dazzling, high-quality images let you enjoy 3D games with full-motion video, while high-fidelity stereo audio delivers amazing sounds and noises. Take the greatness of PlayStation® on the go with the ultimate gamer’s companion. This slim and sleek device also features high-precision dual analog controls for a more immersive gaming experience away from your console and TV.
Screen Resolution 272 p 544 p
Game Sources UMD disc PlayStation Store
Internal Memory 64 GB 0.5 GB
Color White Black
Height 2.8 in. 3.4 in.
Width 6.7 in. 7.2 in.
Depth 0.7 in. 0.6 in.
Weight 0.4 lbs. 0.5 lbs.
Screen Type TFT LCD LCD
Screen Size 4.3 in. 5 in.
Multimedia Features Multiplayer Parental controls
Expansion Card 16 GB 64 GB
Controls Analog controller Volume buttons
Interfaces Audio jack 3.5mm MicroUSB
Battery 1200 mAh 2210 mAh
Date First Available September 5, 2007 December 17, 2011
Origin - China
Front Camera - 0.3 MP
Rear Camera - 0.3 MP
Manufacturer warranty - 1

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