One of the great things about the PS Vita is the ability of it to take screenshots and it’s built right in, just press two buttons at the same time and it’s done. So I thought I’d create a guide on how-to take a screenshot..
Just posted this one over on TestFreaks..
Quote: "The PlayStation Vita is a great device for portable gaming but it’s not perfect by any means. I got mine at launch and in that time I’ve used it quite a bit and I’ve noticed many things both good and bad. Don’t get me wrong, I like the PS Vita, but there are some things that I don’t care for. So this started out as sort of a top ten list, a list of things that aren’t that great about the PS Vita. These are things that I’ve noticed in my time with it, and it’s a lot more than ten sadly. So are obvious, some aren’t, some are big and some are small, some people might find them a reason not to buy one, and some people might not care. We all know nothing is perfect though, most every device and gadget sounds much better in reviews and promotional material than it does when you actually get it in your hands. So read on to see what I found or think is wrong with the PS Vita….."
And another review by me!
Quote: "The PS Vita is an excellent portable gaming device but if you’ve got large hands, or basically you’re an adult that owns it, you might find it feels a bit small. I’m an adult, and I’m a gamer, and I like the PS Vita, but it feels small to me, like I’m going to drop it all of the time. Today for review I have the BigBen Controller Grip which is a holder for the PS Vita that locks the Vita into place and makes it bigger essentially and more comfortable it you’ve got large hands. The grip is rubberized for comfort and a non-slip grip, it also has a lock on it that literally locks your PS Vita into the holder so it won’t go anywhere while you’re using it. It’s a simple product but yet it can add so much to the PS Vita gaming experience. Read on to check it out…"
Quote: "I’m back with another review for you of a silicone case for your PlayStation Vita that should protect it from most minor bumps and scuffs. The case is silicone as mentioned and it covers the sides and back of the Vita while allowing full access to all of the buttons and ports. The price is about $12 so it’s not exactly expensive, but is it even worth that? Read on…"
Quote: "The PS Vita is the latest and greatest handheld device out there today and like all of them it’s not exactly what I would call durable. The first thing I did when I got mine was to order a case and screen protector for it as I want to protect my investment and have it last for a long while. Today for review our friends over at Mobile Fun have sent me over their PS Vita Crystal Case which is exactly as it sounds a crystal clear case for your Vita. It’s plastic or acrylic and it fits perfectly over the Vita but yet leaves all buttons and ports open for easy access. Read on…"
Quote: The Sony PS Vita is a gorgeous looking device and if you want it to stay that way you need a case for it. I do have the official Sony PS Vita case that works well for the most part, but that’s only protecting the Vita while it’s in the case. I wanted something else to protect my Vita while it wasn’t in the case and honestly I’m cheap so off to Amazon I went and found a silicon case for the Vita for only $2.99. I like finding deals and for the most part many of the things I get inexpensively do a decent job. There are exceptions though of course but this one isn’t bad overall, so read on…
"The PS Vita is the newest handheld gaming system and with that, like anything else, comes accessories. Sure you could buy them from other companies but Sony had theirs ready at launch and on of them is what I have for review today that’s actually an entire kit aptly named the Official PlayStation Vita Start Kit. In this kit you’ll find two cases, a screen protector, wrist strap, cleaning cloth and even a case to carry your memory cards and games so you can take them with you. if you’ve got a PS Vita then you need pick up this starter kit as it’s got everything you need to protect and take your Vita with you. "