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Sony Unveils PlayStation Portable (PSP) & Drops Price of PS2

PlayStation Portable (PSP)

At this week's E3, Sony unveiled the highly anticipated PlayStation Portable—"PSP" for short. With an approximately 16:9 aspect ratio wide screen at 480 x 272 pixels, video quality nearing that of the PlayStation 2, 32MB of main memory, 4GB of embedded memory, a 1.8 GB Universal Media Disc (UMD) drive (optical media; a first for a portable game system), Memory Stick PRO Duo support, USB 2.0 support, 802.11b wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) support, and of course, plenty of good games, the PSP looks to be a great gaming machine and possibly a handly little music and video player as well. And that is just an abbreviated list of what the system will have when it launches near the end of the year in Japan then in the Spring of 2005 in North America and Europe.

Sony also announced that it has dropped the MSRP for the PlayStation 2 to $149.00, which put the PS2 back into direct competition with Microsoft's Xbox (if you don't count the facts that the Xbox includes a hard drive, the PS2 requires separately sold memory cards, etc.).

I will post more PSP details soon, hopefully including more nice high-resolution images, so please check back soon.

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