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Friday, April 21, 2000
Sony Develops Portable PSX?


"..Some rumours have leered their way onto several Japanese videogame sites stating that Sony is currently working on a portable version of the 32-bit PlayStation. The rumours suggest that the size of the unit will be proportional to a regular CD-Walkman and it will come with a built-in 4" TFT display.

Furthermore, it is said that the system will be called the PlayStation Dash and Sony is expected to announce this new system at this year's E3 in May. The unit will likely retail at 9800 yen and have peripheral adapters enabling users to connect it to a television and use their current PlayStation controllers on the system. If there will be a Mod Chip is not clear in this moment.."



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