updated 03:10 pm EST, Thu February 9, 2012
PS Vita First Edition bundle contents shown off
The early run of the aptly-named First Edition bundle of the PlayStation Vita has just received an official unboxing from Sony's US team. The system is due to arrive on February 15 to those who preordered it, or one week before its widespread launch in stores. Included in the bundle is a 4GB PS Vita memory card, a unique PS Vita carrying case, and a physical copy of the Little Deviants game.
Also in the box is an AR Play game and matching cards that will let users play augmented reality games, with free mini games that can be downloaded to take advantage of this feature. The box otherwise contains the expected USB charging cable, a wall adapter, and a quick start guide. The US bundle will also get a free 250MB AT&T DataConnect Session Pass if they buy the same $15 session first. Doing so will also give users a free PlayStation Network game that is redeemable once users activate the Vita on AT&T's 3G network.
Canadian versions are Wi-Fi only for now, as there is no carrier partner yet named, and cost $300 CAD ($302) rather than the $350 of the US version that adds a 3G radio.