On February 8th Sony's PS3 and PS Vita will be updated with new firmware as part of a wholesale move to the Sony Entertainment Network (formerly PSN). The PS Vita will receive a dedicated map app and video recording, but that's not all.
Contents Manager for PlayStation will now support Mac OS X! This means no more running Windows in Boot Camp. Mac Users will be able to upload videos, music and pictures from Mac to PS Vita and vice versa. Saving backup files will be possible, too.
After selling my Nintendo 3DS, I was initially reluctant to purchase a PS Vita on day one! However, Amazon's pre-order bundles are too tempting, OS X support out of the gate and Netflix should look fantastic on an OLED screen.
Lookout for the upcoming review.