White Vita headed to Japan next month

Sony to release Crystal White PlayStation Vita on June 28 in Japan; no official release date for other territories.


Sony will release a new Crystal White PlayStation Vita console in Japan next month. Unveiled by Sony Japan, the new console will go on sale on June 28 and will be priced at ¥29,980 ($375) for the Wi-Fi/3G model, and ¥24,980 ($313) for the Wi-Fi-only model.

A new white Vita is coming to Japan.
A new white Vita is coming to Japan.

Sony will also release matching accessories for the new white PS Vita, including an earbud headset, a white carrying pouch, a leather case, and a strap.

The publisher will also release a special-edition bundle to coincide with the Japanese release of Sega's Next Hatsune Miku: Project Diva, the next entry in the popular rhythm game franchise.

The bundle will contain a special-edition Hatsune Miku white Vita, a 4GB memory card, and a copy of the game. It will be released in Japan on August 30 this year for ¥10,000 ($125) more than the standard 3G and Wi-Fi versions of the white hardware.

Sony has not revealed any plans to release the Crystal White Vita or the special-edition Hatsune Miku Vita outside of Japan at this point.

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