While you chew down your fingernails in anticipation of owning a Vita, there's a bloke in Japan taking a screwdriver to one before the poor thing's even been played. Japanese site Pocket News (thanks Andriasang) has wasted no time liberating the Vita's internals from their shiny plastic casing, revealing all those microchips and a circuit boards that, when not in pieces, make for so much joy. Some pics are below, and there are more through the source link.Apart from the big Samsung logo seemingly confirming where Sony's getting the Vita screen from, there's not a lot to take from the pics. Other than to satisfy a strange fetish for the internals of new technology.
If you're more interested in the Vita in one piece, there are unboxing and first boot-up videos here.
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