Playstation Portable (PSP) Enters Japanese Market

<FONT face=Arial size=2><A href=""><IMG style="WIDTH: 124px; HEIGHT: 100px" alt=[PSP1000a1] hspace=10 src="" align=left border=0></A>Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., announced today that it would release its new handheld video game system, the PSP-1000 (PlayStation Portable), on December 12, 2004, at a recommended retail price of 19,800 yen&nbsp;($186 USD)&nbsp;for the Japanese market. </FONT>
<P><FONT face=Arial size=2>With high-quality graphics processing capability equivalent to that of PlayStation 2, in addition to rich stereo sound, PSP offers the joy of playing full-scale 3D-CG games and viewing high resolution video images anytime, anywhere. </FONT>
<P><FONT face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size=2>Equipped with a wireless LAN feature (IEEE 802.11b), PSP enables users to connect to the Internet through access points, making it possible for users to download game characters and content and also to play games on-line with families, friends and on-line community members. For a more intimate gaming experience, a maximum of 16 PSP systems can be connected wirelessly through the ad-hoc mode. PSP features an integrated high output lithium-ion battery that provides play time of between 4 and 6 hours for game titles and continuous 4 to 5 hours for video viewing.</FONT></P>
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