Sony PlayStation Vita

Identifies itself as Silk, which is the Amazon's Kindle Fire browser, but it's actually a Webkit-based version of NetFront.

Sony PlayStation Vita controller

Last updated: 26 February 2014

HTML5 Test: 58/500 243/500 284/500 291/555

As of July 2012 March 2013 May 2013 February 2014. Source: html5test.com

CSS3 Test: 32% 55% 49%

As of July 2012 May 2013 February 2014. Source: css3test.com

Acid 3 Test: 100%

As of May 2013. Source: acid3.acidtests.org

First of the PS line to include a 3G option.

Browser relies heavily on the touchscreen–doesn't seem to take advantage of the game controls on the device.

Youtube website doesn't work (Flash out of date) but there's an app for it.

Up to 8 browser windows can be opened at once.

These details may not be accurate. The browser has been updated and I need to run the test again.

Operating System unknown
Screen Resolution 960 x 544
Web Browser Safari -- Actually NetFront
Browser Size 1024 x 585
Color Depth 32
Javascript Yes
Flash Version Not Installed
Cookies Yes
User Agent Mozilla/5.0 (PlayStation Vita 1.69) AppleWebKit/531.22.8 (KHTML, like Gecko) Silk/3.2 Silk is the browser for the Kindle Fire
diagram of the PS Vita

Touchpad on the back to keep thumbs out of the way of the screen. Browser doesn't make use of this.

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These details may not be accurate. The browser has been updated and I need to run the test again.

Media query tests

What the device can read:

What the device says it isn't:

Device doesn't recognise:

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