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Your PlayStation Vita questions answered

Now that we know the basics of PS Vita, we thought that you would be pleased to have your PlayStation Vita questions answered. Sony has a whole page dedicated just to this, and the FAQs are extensive. We have already answered some of the questions in recent posts, such as price, release date etc.

However, there are some questions that we or other tech sites have yet to answer, which is because Sony did not offer any details on these at the time. There are a few questions that stood out to us; ones that we felt our readers would like to know the answers to.

The first is whether PS Vita will be sold by the likes of Verizon or AT&T, as it offers 3G network connectivity? Sony has said that they will partner with AT&T, which is a blow to Big Red — it is like the iPhone all over again. There was another question, but this time it was unanswered, and that was if there would be more than one color at launch?

As yet there are no details on non-game applications, but Sony are evaluating this and will get back to us at a later date. One final question that we found of interest was asking if the battery could be removed. The answer to that is no, so you had better hope you have a full charge or a battery back-up of some sort.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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