Sony PlayStation Vita memory card (2012 – )

The PlayStation Vita (or PS Vita) is an eighth-generation handheld video game console introduced by Sony in 2011 (reaching Europe in 2012).

The PS Vita has a 5-inch touchscreen, and supports Bluetooth, WiFi and optional 3G. A redesigned thinner and lighter version (PS Vita Slim) was introduced in 2013, and became available in the UK in 2014.

Both versions have slots for PlayStation Vita game cards, and for the proprietary PlayStation Vita memory cards, available with capacities of 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB. Some media applications and games require a proprietary PlayStation Vita memory card inserted to be used.

Although very similar in size to Sony’s own Memory Stick Micro, the PlayStation Vita memory card is not compatible and will only work in the PlayStation Vita.

The PlayStation Vita succeeded the PlayStation Portable (which used the Universal Media Disc) that was discontinued in late 2014, and it competes with the Nintendo 3DS.

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