Sony unveils PSP2 at special event in Tokyo


Sony has unveiled the next generation PSP2 and referred to the device as the NGP (Next Gen Portable). The device has  a 5-inch OLED touch screen and running at 960 by 544 pixels, as well as 3G and WiFi  connectivity which will enable downloadable content. The new design (182.0 x 18.6 x 83.5mm) also features a front and rear camera, as well as the traditional keypad and have added dual analog sticks! There is also a rear panel touchpad to allow for control of  actions and a motion sensor. The NGP is backwards compatible with PSP games, but as there is no UMD drive,  you will need to get the games from the newly announced Playstation Store.


The NGP is not expected until the end of 2011, and no prices have been announced.  Stay tuned for more information.

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