Sony’s PSP has played second fiddle to Nintendo’s ever popular Game Boy series ever since it’s introduction in 2005. I personally own one that I purchased a few days after it came out and believe me I rarely play it. Games are slow loading, browsing capabilities are comparable to 56k modems and UMD movies never really got going. In order to remain competitive with the new Nintendo DS, Sony has developed the new generation PSP called the PSP Go. Images have leaked ahead of the E3 launch.
The system is scheduled to begin shipping this fall. No price yet, but that should come with the official announcement next week. The Go keeps the single analog joystick and add Bluetooth as well as a memory card slot in addition to the 16GB of internal memory. It’s 3.8-inch screen is 43% lighter than the PSP-3000 and all digital content downloadable straight to a hard drive is planned.
Courtesy of gizmodo.com