Not likely. The Go was far too divergent from the PSP in many critical areas. They jumped into a grand experiment that failed pretty miserably. If you look at the Vita, it's obvious that Sony learned from mistakes made with the Go, and are listening to what their customers want. Touchscreen? Check! Dual analog sticks? Check! Double the screen resolution? Check! Bluetooth? Check! Extra control options like rear touch, sixaxis motion control, etc? Check!Guest said:
Sony, is this Vita another fail experiment on your customers like the PSP go? No thanks!
but it is still higher than the AUD so hes correct..... its about 1USD:0.9AUDGuest said:
I feel Sony will need a lot of PR to get consumers interested in their products again.
and to Guest that said "No, the USD is still higher than the crappy AUD. "
The US dollar is being devalued, that's why gold is skyrocketing. Look at the graphs
You guys do realize that you are looking at it backwards, right? By that same comparative logic, the Euro is complete trash next to the USD, because the current rate is 1USD to 0.68EUR. Flip it around to see what I'm saying... 1AUD = 1.07USD today. So, an Australian dollar buys you more than 1 US dollar. Hence, the Aussie dollar is stronger. Just as 1EUR = 1.47USD today, indicating the Euro is stronger than the US dollar.zecias said:
but it is still higher than the AUD so hes correct..... its about 1USD:0.9AUD
Yah using AT&T was the best choice. The bands AT&T uses work on all the major carriers in Canada, most carriers in Europe and of course AT&T itself. Using CDMA would have been completely ridiculous and using T-mobile would limit it to AWS which is barely used in the modern world. Most carriers use 850/900/1900/2100.Vrmithrax said:
It's really not surprising that AT&T are the 3G connection. I'm sure Sony didn't want to put out multiple 3G hardware options, so they standardized on the GSM protocol, which is the most widely used worldwide. That leaves out CDMA-based carriers (like Verizon in the US), and makes AT&T the only real choice to provide decent service coverage for the Vita consumers. Sometimes simplification can be great, but it usually limits options or choices in some way.