Recently there’s been an awful lot of moaning and groaning over the purported (and practically confirmed) official name for Sony‘s NGP. Being dubbed the PlayStation Vita, Sony’s new handheld appears to be destined for greatness if the software support and pricing are used accentuate its very amazing-looking hardware.
But why “Vita”? It sure sounds like a dumb name. Latin for “Life”? C’mon, Sony. As a company that’s been in the game for a while now, you could probably come up with a cooler name than that. “Trinitron” is a pretty cool name and that’s one of your really old TVs.
Although, the more you think about it, “Vita” is a pretty good name for Sony’s new handheld, and here are five reasons why.