PSVita Slider Prototype Unit with HDMI Output running FW 0.990 now on sale on eBay! – This prototype unit can be yours for the measly sum of… $20,000!


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14 Responses

  1. Blah says:

    LOL!, looks stupid.

  2. Realistic says:

    Tbh with you, that shouldn’t be 20k -_- like in all seriousness. The price is *** and the device is ***.

  3. Vitagen says:

    I think it’s really neat

  4. CriminalUpperEX says:

    No port for Vita game cartridges? This is really close to the PSP GO in more ways than one!

  5. Tizz says:

    It’s a mini USB not micro

  6. Obitokun says:

    I wonder what can be done with this if it fell into the right hands?

  7. Anonn says:

    2015 is the first time this was seen? I remember seeing it back in 2010 or 2011 in one of VG247’s article. The machine looks exactly like this too (though a lot more blurrier). Did I dream it up?

  8. Joe G says:

    At least, he could clip his nails. They are so distracting!

  9. ReganWolf says:

    Damn! that vita looks chunky. Don’t know if anyone noticed but the guy also has a prototype PS3 Super Slim go check it out.

  10. Sh4d0w927 says:

    Okay, no memory card has 12/12 GB free, it shows a 4 GB card, and why does the battery appear to be changing if there isn’t one.

  11. Miro says:

    Does it run Dark Alex FW M33?
    Maybe then I’ll consider buyig it. ;D

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