Japan puts its stamp on the Vita

Japan is swimming in four million Vita consoles, so to make each salaryman's edition slightly different, ignoring the 40 odd variants available, Sony will now engrave a Vita or Vita TV with a message for you, rather like Apple used to do with iPods back in the day.

Perhaps "You are not alone" would be a good message, with the text going anywhere on the back panel or edge of the Vita or on the front of a Vita TV.

See the PSN Japan blog post for more details and examples. Expect this service to come west when you can legitimately put "hell has frozen over" on the back of your handheld, despite the English Helvetica examples they use.