Playstation Vita User Interface Screens

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As the Playstation Vita nears its launch, it is inevitable that some of the finer details will be revealed. During Gamescom, Sony debunked the rumours of a cut in RAM, confirming that the 512MB of RAM is the correct amount, alongside the 128MB of dedicated VRAM. Now, there are images of the user interface circling the internet.

Each screenshot shows different aspects of the Playstation Vita, minus any games. It focuses on LiveArea, the Playstation Store, cross-game chat and trophy comparing. The user interface (UI) does look very pretty and well designed. With a powerhouse that is its hardware, expect a smooth running user interface. No lag, no nothing.

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