Sony has just released a “trailer showing off the multiple features jam-packed into the sleek PSP.” This is definitely one of the most creative Sony commercials we’ve come across. Video after the break.
Akihabara News spent some time with Sony’s new 1Seg tuner (Japan only) for the PSP, and provides us with a hands-on gallery. Click here for more pictures.
..we have to admit that they made a pretty good job, the 1Seg integration is very well done and the TV quality is among the best I ever seen for a 1Seg tuner so far…
In addition to being slimmer and more compact, Sony’s new PSP Slim also appears to load games much faster than its predecessor. Continue reading for a comparison video.
T3 provides us with a hands-on look at the just announced PSP Slim. Video after the break.
OK, it�s 5mm thinner and 3mm shorter than the original, with a similar build, but it�s still a touch too big to fit in your pocket…infrared port�s gone � there�s a switch on the top to activate Wi-Fi � and the UMD door now flaps open. Game commands stay the same, with the same L and R buttons, D-pad and four control keys.
Sony unveiled its updated PSP Slim at E3 2007 today, boasting a slimmer design and a few “tweaks”.
There are no major revisions, but simply a series of tweaks: the Wi-Fi switch has been moved to the portable’s top and the speakers are above the buttons and the D-pad.