RP-VITA can navigate to your room to put you in touch with a doctor, and it's being used in everything from newborn care to stroke treatment.
This bot from iRobot and InTouch Health can roll up to your bedside and help a remote doctor treat you.
Two years in, the PlayStation Vita has come of age and become a refined piece of hardware and an excellent place to play a lot of games. You don't need one, but it's really fun and worth its price.
In the face of stiff competition from smart phone and tablet gaming, we were hoping for something more audacious from Sony's Vita revamp. The Vita Slim is still a powerful, portable games machine however -- just watch out for those pricey, proprietary memory cards. Owners of the original shouldn't worry about upgrading, but if there are Vita-specific titles you've been hankering to play for a while now, this is a good time to get involved.
While the ErgoFit RP-TCM125 doesn't sound as good as the cheaper RP-HJE120, it still sounds respectable for its budget price tag and includes a one-button inline/remote microphone.
Panasonic's cheapest in-ear headphones with an inline/remote microphone sound decent enough for their meager price.
Sony has unveiled the Vita TV, a micro console that can play Vita games and stream content and software from PlayStation 4.
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Sony's old gaming handheld is gone from this Earth. The Vita still has a slim fighting chance. But the handheld gaming landscape won't ever be the same again.
It's an all-new Prizefight for handheld gaming supremacy. Sony's newest PS Vita Slim takes on Nintendo's 3DS XL. Who will be crowned King of the Ring?
Sony's new, thin gaming handheld is here. And it's a reminder that the embattled Vita platform has a lot of things going for it, too.