Sony Shows PSP Chips

Posted: Aug 24 2004, 5:53am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:51pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets


Sony shows PSP Chips
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At the Hotchips conference at the Stanford University Sony is scheduled today for the first time to show the PSP Chip-set.

The Sony PSP is the most powerful hand-held gaming consoles to hit the stores. (PSP to be released in japan release this christmas).

For chip geeks the Sony PSP CPU that consists of a MIPS core and embedded DRAM storage is quite an achievement.
Sony's Masanobu Okabe is scheduled to present about a 90nm embedded DRAM single chip LSI with a 3D graphics, H.264 codec engine, and a reconfigurable processor at the Hotchips conference.

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