Sony Announces New Slimmer Sony PSP

Posted: Jul 11 2007, 1:51pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:45am CDT, in News | E3

 
Sony announces new slimmer Sony PSP
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Sony announces new slimmer Sony PSP at the E3 2007.

Update:
Pre-order the new slim PSP on Amazon.com
Photos and details about the new PSP-2000

The new Sony PSP is 30% lighter and slimmer than the original PSP. The killer feature of the new PSP is TV OUT, a feature many of you asked since a long time.
You can now play videos or games from the new Sony PSP on HDTVs. Sony also improved the load time of games on the new slimmer and lighter Sony PSP.

The Sony PSP will also come in sliver on the U.S. market. Sony will offer it in a bundle with 1GB stick, Baxter game and an UMD.
There will also be a Star Wars Battle Front edition of the new Sony PSP. The Star Wars PSP will be white and ship in October.

The new black and silver Sony PSP consoles will be shipped in September. Pre-order new slim Sony PSP on Amazon.com.

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