One of the PlayStation VITA prototypes comes to light

We all know what the PlayStation Vita looks like., a portable console that has been with us since 2012 and that now even has a slimmer and lighter Slim revision. All consoles go through several phases before achieving a final look, and On many occasions we never get to know those initial ideas that ended up in the trash for aesthetic, technical or any other reasons.

This weekend the YouTube channel Assembler Games published a video in which they show us one of the prototypes discarded by Sony for VITA. In it we can see how the console was going to have many similarities with PSP Go, with a button panel hidden behind a sliding screen. It is possible that after the sales disaster caused by that model, the company reconsidered a very different design so that the user would not relate them.

It also highlights the use of SD cards instead of PlayStation Vita Game Cards and several additional features that apparently had to be removed from the final version to reduce battery consumption.

We leave you with the video below.

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