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Check Out PS Vita 2000's LCD Screen In These Comparison Shots

Posted on Wednesday, September 11 @ 07:54:23 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
In case you missed it, Sony unveiled a redesigned version of the PlayStation Vita during their pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference. The device will be coming to Japan later this year.

A number of changes have been made to save on manufacturing costs, the most notably being the absence of the gorgeous OLED screen. Instead, the Vita 2000 will have a standard LCD display. But will it have that much of an impact on the overall image quality? See for yourself by checking out the images below.

Here's a look at Uncharted: Golden Abyss. Note: Original Vita on top, new model below.



And here's one of Ragnarok Odyssey.
 

 
What do you think? Is there's a significant difference between the two displays? Let us know in the comments below.

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