The Tokyo Game Show didn't just give us a chance to check out nearly three dozen games, it also gave us our first look at what Sony says is the final design for their PS Vita.
The changes between those first images released of the Vita and these final ones are pretty subtle, but if you're into design or just have a bit of a crush on Sony's upcoming portable, here's a chance to pick them out.
I've included mostly-similar comparison shots of the original design images and the final designs for both the mostly identical 3G and Wi-Fi versions of the portable. Let me know if you spot any changes I missed.
Original shots are on the left, final on the right.
Final PS Vita's Home screen shows a crisper set of icons.
They've added a headphone icon next to the jack. It's hard to tell, but it looks like those twin thumbsticks might have been tweaked as well.
This shot gives us a better look at one of those sticks. It's definitely different looking than the original version we saw.
Here's a view from the other side. Again the thumbstick looks slightly different.
Final PS Vita 3G touch panel (right) Final PS Vita Wi-Fi touch panel (bottom-right) It looks like that touch surface has grown a bit. The camera looks a little different, but it's likely just the lighting.