20 Future Feature Requests For Sony PSP

Posted: Apr 25 2005, 5:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:45pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
20 Future Feature Requests for Sony PSP
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Couple weeks ago we started the Sony PSP Future Feature Report and this is now the 3rd update with feature requests from I4U readers.
Message to Sony Corporation: Below you find what your customers want.

I updated the original report with the new psp feature requests and again make a educated guess about them becoming real. The report contains now 20 Sony PSP Feature Requests.

The newly added future Sony PSP features users are looking for are:
Sony PSP as PC Game Pad
Sony PSP Car Stereo Connector
Sony PSP WebCam
Sony PSP Direct Data Exchange

Already reported PSP Features:
Sony PSP TV
Sony PSP UMD Disc Writer
Sony PSP Touch Screen
Sony PSP Keyboard
Sony PSP Universal Remote Control
Sony PSP Bluetooth
Sony PSP TV-Out
Sony PSP Mobile Phone
Sony PSP eBook Viewer
Sony PSP Instant Messenger
Sony PSP Digital Camera
Sony PSP Hard-drive
Sony PSP VOIP Telephony
Sony PSP GPS
White Sony PSP
Web Surfing with the Sony PSP

Read the full report where I go into detail on each of those thought-after Sony PSP functionalities and my take on the probability of them becoming a reality.




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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
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