Playstation Vita PCH 1000 (Wi-Fi) Parts
Replacement parts for your Playstation Vita PCH 1000 (Wi-Fi) model to fix your broken console!
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Части, которые работают с Playstation Vita PCH 1000 (Wi-Fi):
PlayStation Vita (Wi-Fi) Left Button Control Board
Replace the circuit board containing the left side buttons in a Wi-Fi only model PlayStation Vita.
PlayStation Vita Right Shoulder Button
Replace the internal button and flex cable for the right shoulder trigger button.
PlayStation Vita Game Cartridge Cover
Replace the flexible plastic game cartridge cover for the PlayStation Vita.
Playstation Vita Upper Bezel
This plastic case component covers the top edge of the PlayStation Vita.
PlayStation Vita Joystick
Replace a broken or damaged joystick assembly on either the left or right side of your PlayStation Vita portable game console with this part. This is a used, OEM part.
PlayStation Vita Upper Left Bracket
Replace the metal bracket that connects the upper edge of the left button control board to the case.
PlayStation Vita Left Touchpad Sensor
Replace one of two touchpad sensors in the rear case compatible with Sony PlayStation Vita PCH-1000 and PCH-1100 model portable gaming console.
PlayStation Vita Upper Right Bracket
Replace the metal bracket that connects the upper edge of the right button control board to the case.
PlayStation Vita Left Shoulder Button Cover
Replace the external plastic button cover for left shoulder trigger button.
PlayStation Vita Display Assembly
Replace a 5 inch 960 x 544 OLED display compatible with the PCH-1000 Wi-Fi and PCH-1100 3G PlayStation Vita portable game console. Includes the front bezel, digitizer scr...
Информация об устройстве
The PlayStation Vita is the successor to the PSP. It contains a beefed up processor and graphics, and includes the addition of a second analog stick. It was released February 15, 2012.