Sony has already released a firmware update for the PlayStation Vita. When firing up the console, users who connect it to the internet will have to update the firmware to version 1.50.The changes made in the update are currently unknown, and Sony's official update information page reveals no further details, according to Andriasang.
But with frequent updates being a prominent part of owning a PS3 and PSP, its a sign that the trend will likely continue on Sony's latest console.
You can have a good dig around the Vita's new menu system feature yourself with an English-language user guide that Sony has already launched online.
It reveals, among other niggling details, that Vita can take screenshots of on-screen action and store them on your memory stick as photos. Great for evidence of bragging rights.
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