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PS Vita Review

The PS Vita from Sony is one of the newest handheld game consoles on the market right now (December 2012). In a sense it’s a successor to the PSP, the device that Sony brought out in 2005 to compete with the Nintendo DS. In another sense it’s a whole new machine. The PSP is still available but the PS Vita looks set to make a gradual takeover in the next few years as Sony’s flagship handheld console. So how does it rate? Keep reading to see what we think.

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PSP 3000 Review

The PSP 3000 is the current model of Sony’s PlayStation Portable (PS) which was first launched in 2005. Since then it has had two updates, from PSP 1000 through 2000 to 3000. The PSP 3000 is not hugely innovative but marks some fine-tuning to a portable game console that was already at the top of the range. But now Sony have also introduced the PS Vita. So is the PSP 3000 worth buying, or should you save your cash for something else? Before you buy PSP 3000, check out our review.

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PlayStation 3 Review

The Sony PlayStation has been a market leader for well over a decade, and the PlayStation 3 has been hugely successful as a model. There is a new Sony PlayStation expected in 2013 as well as competition from the Xbox 360, Wii and Wii U. However, Sony have undertaken to continue to support PlayStation 3 and produce new games for it for at least another two years after the new version is launched. So is the PlayStation 3 still worth buying?

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Sony Reader PRS-T2 Review

The Sony Reader PRS-T2 is the latest Sony Reader touch screen model, coming onto the market to challenge the Nook Simple Touch and Kindle Touch. Sony has been in the ereader market since the very beginning and there are a lot of people who prefer to buy a brand that is not tied into an online bookstore. For many of those people, Sony is the name they trust. So how does this new Sony ereader stand up to the competition? Continue reading to find out.

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