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Wednesday, 09 May 2012 09:27

Japan to get Crystal White Vita

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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June 28

Sony’s mobile gaming system Vita is set to enter more fashion-aware waters as the company announced a Crystal White model for June 28.

The word is the 3G version will go for ¥29,980 (about €289/$375) while the standard WiFi only version will cost ¥24,980 (around €240/$313). This is apparently the same as for the regular, black version, so it’s at least refreshing to see a company not charge extra for make-up alone.

The accompanying Crystal White headphones for Vita will also launch on June 28 and will cost ¥2,800 (about €27/$35). There’s no word on when the rest of the world can expect the Crystal White version, but we suspect it should not take long.

More here.

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