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Tuesday, September 02, 2008
PSP-3000 Launches in Japan Next Month


Sony said on Tuesday it will launch a new model of its PlayStation Portable (PSP) handheld machine on October 16 in Japan, its latest bid to challenge Nintendo's market-leading DS.

The PSP-3000, unveiled in August, comes with a built-in microphone and advanced liquid crystal display (LCD) panel that is better suited for use outdoors and offers a shorter response time than the existing machine.



A quicker response makes moving pictures look seamless and natural, while the process of making phone calls on the PSP becomes easier with the built-in microphone. The PSP already supports a Skype Web phone function.

The new machine will sell for 19,800 yen ($182), the same price as the current PSP model and compared with 16,800 yen for the DS.

Sony sold 3.72 million units of the PSP in April-June worldwide, while Nintendo's DS sold 6.94 million units.

PSP -2000
PSP-3000
Screen size
4.3 type
Resolution
480×272
NTSC
53%
85%
Contrast
400:1
2,000:1
Response time
30ms
8ms
Screen reflection technology
no
yes


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