Wouldn't it be nice if that free data that Verizon
includes with Samsung
's Chromebooks were something that other carriers would utilize? Maybe it's a trend that's taking off. Sony
's PlayStation Vita is nearly ready to launch in America, and as you may have heard, there's a 3G version on tap. There's under 30 days left for it to launch, and now that 3G model just got a lot more appealing. Sony just announced two PS Vita 3G / Wi-Fi bundles. Early adopters will be treated to a limited edition case, a 4GB memory card, and a copy of Little Deviants. Furthermore, Sony's tossing in a 250MB session for AT&T 3G data, as well as a PlayStation Network game, which will be provided upon activation.
Looking to up your game even more? There's a super limited bundle available for those who brave the cold on 2/22 to pick one up, with an 8GB memory card, an AT&T DataConnect Pass and a PlayStation Network game all for the usual MSRP of $299. This SKU is part of a promotional offer and according to Sony, it will sell out "immediately."
Speaking of... anyone planning to camp out for Sony's newest console?