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PS Vita

PS Vita
alaScore 90

48 reviews

Jan, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 48 reviews of PS Vita. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. People really like the reliability. The size also gets good feedback, whereas many are less positive about the price.

design, size, reliability


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the PS Vita is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 48 reviews)

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PS Vita Review


PS Vita Review - The PS Vita is a excellent mobile gaming machine, not because its hardware is very fast, not because it has a great screen, but because it can provide a gaming experience that no other device on the market can.

There is no doubt that many of you already have a smartphone, and if you are content with the gaming experience on Android, Windows Phone or iOS, it’s great, and maybe there’s no reason for you to get the PS Vita at all. In fact, if you’re wondering...

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Creative Sound Blaster Tactic 3D SigmaHeadphone


Comparisons Jump to a quick comparison of the Creative Sound Blaster Tactic 3D Sigma with these other headphones...

Not bad for an entry-level headset.

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Tritton AX 180Headphone


Today we look at the Tritton AX 180s, an entry-level gmaing headset for the XBox and PS3. While these don't exactly set the world on fire, they do offer a good experience with fair durability for the price. If you're looking for a headset that you can...

Entry-level price, middle of the road performance.


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V-Moda Crossfade LP-2Headphone


Meet the V-Moda Crossfade LP-2s, the follow-up to last years' Crossfade LP headphones by V-Moda. While boasting very similar form factor to the original Crossfade LP, V-Moda took what made the original headphones popular, and added some tweaks here and...

Durable ; Customizable ; High build quality

Somewhat odd frequency response

Conclusion Overall, the V-Moda Crossfade LP-2s are a solid set of headphones if you need to take your cans with you into the outside world. Many people find the cost of having a set of “at home” headphones and “on the go” headphones quite prohibitive...

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Razer CarchariasHeadphone


Meet the Razer Carcharias, an entry-level headset that performs very well for what it would set you back in the cash department. While there are other headsets out there with a lot of fancy features and compatibilities, the Razer Carcharias is perfect...

Good sound quality ; Low Price ; Sleek, uniform look

Does not isolate well

Good job, Razer!

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PS Vita Review


This past week we've been checking out Sony's newest and most powerful handheld gaming system in the history of its existence, the PS Vita. This mobile console is also known as the PlayStation Vita and is able to be used as a gaming system in and of...

Should you buy it? Sure, why not? There’s one whole heck of a lot of things you can do with this entirely versatile piece of hardware with its above average operating system, and it certainly has a future and a strong present! Have at it!


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Apple MacBook Pro (15-Inch Retina Display, 2012 Version)


Given that you'll want it—and even the most hardened Windows laptop user will want it—the question is, can you justify the $2,199 price of Apple's new MacBook Pro with Retina Display? The answer is easy: What resolution is your camera or camcorder?

Spectacular screen ; Thin and light for a 15-inch laptop ; Fast performance from CPU, graphics, and flash storage ; Good battery life

Expensive ; No optical drive or Ethernet port ; Third-party apps will need to be optimized to look their best

An incredible, super-high-resolution screen lifts Apple's 2012 flagship laptop to a pinnacle for video and graphics professionals—who'll be too wide-eyed to blink at its $2,199 price.

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Apple Smart Case for iPad Review


It only took Apple more than a year, but it finally decided to come out with a proper protection solution for both of its iPad 2 and iPad 3rd Gen wonder tablets. It's called the Smart Case, Apple's latest and greatest iPad accessory. Apple did pretty...

Apple's Smart Case is a much better alternative to the Smart Cover if you care about keeping everything in check. $49 is pushing it, but that's the case with everything-Apple. Considering you'll need to get used to using your fingernail to lift the...

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PS Vita Review


In 1989 I received a Nintendo Game Boy for Christmas. It was boxy, dull, and had a dinky 2.5” screen that could only display four shades of grey. It came with

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PS Vita


Sony continues to miss the mark with yet another ambitiously conceived, poorly implemented, over-engineered and under realized electronic paperweight, the PlayStation Vita, the consummate 'trophy device.'

In what was shaping up to be the ultimate handheld game system to usurp Nintendo's dominating DS line - and to make Apple and Android devices seem like the afterthought games systems they are not - the PS Vita categorically fails to deliver on all...