Sony unrolls its transformative PS Vita firmware 2.0 update
Special offers and irresistible discounts for its gamers - Sony promises all this and more with its PS Vita firmware 2.0 update.
Sony has recently rolled out an update that significantly improves the user experience on its PlayStation Vita console. PS Vita firmware 2.0 update is one of those rare transformative updates that brings in multitude of new and improved functionalities, like the ability to transfer files through Wi-Fi, support for PlayStation Plus, and much improved web browsing speed.
This update will bring in free games and heavy discounts for PS Vita users, just like PS3. The update also brings PC-style e-mail client along with other enhancements. The e-mail app, known as Email, will help you do all that you expect from any modern-day Smartphone. Easy to use and organize, users can create multiple accounts and setup Gmail and Yahoo mail accounts automatically.Â Whenever new e-mails are received, notifications will automatically pop-up, allowing you to tap these notifications to go to the e-mail directly.
The firmware update also introduces the ability to wirelessly transfer your content between your PC and PS Vita seamlessly. The new software update has also brought in the enhancements to video service, which can now play content of 1080p resolution. GPU performance has also been optimized along with improvements in web browsing speed for smoother web surfing experience. Due to the update, the browser can be used even while playing games, as Vita’s web browser now comes in the form of a “small app”.
Other than this, PS Vita firmware 2.0 adds Playstation Plus to the handheld. PS Plus is a subscription package that allows users to extract much more from their Sony portable devices. The PS Plus members will get instant collection of games like Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack, Gravity Rush, Chronovolt. If you already have PlayStation 3 subscription, you can carry it over to PS Vita at no additional cost.
So, with handful of enhancements and holidays season around, there’s no better time to own the Sony’s latest handheld device.
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