Bought it so I could play a few Vita games all the PSP games I never played because I never had a Vita or PSP.
And I think it works well when it works. The problem is that there is a so-called "white list" who decide what will work, not what actually works. This "white list" has been updated several times for our North American neighbors so more games can be played, but not here.
What is the right unfortunate for someone like me who want to play some PSP games like Valkyria Chronicles 2, Final Fantasy 1-4, and Final Fantasy Tactics. These games can be played in North America, but not here. What is so damn stupid, because then it's PSP games it's nothing special about them, they do not use the touch screen on the Vitan or something. And they work in the United States, but not here.
Poor picture and often have problems with the connection to the PS4.
Good view of the product, however, very poor support whatsoever.
Where are the Netflix example?
The menus are the same as in the PS Vita. Works quite good but also touchscreen.
However, I bought it to stream PS4 from the basement to the 55 "TV up there, and for that purpose it works shaky. Playing NHL15 is virtually impossible because of the delay as it gets, and play Drive Club is equally hopeless. Contact between units is surprisingly ok anyway, but the delay as I said ... Blörk!
Playing downloaded Psone- and Vita games work probably the better, nothing I need, however. Therefore it will be to use open purchase at Ziba.
Good to know is that you can play physical PS Vita games on it, and that it has an internal memory of 1GB (unlike the PS Vita) which allows you to save game data without having to buy a memory card.
Completely lousy. Avoid if not a miracle update ring to it.