Sony Officially Announces The PSP2

Saturday, January 29, 2011

On Thursday at the Playstation Meeting 2011, in Tokyo, Sony officially announced the successor to the PSP, the PSP2.

Some of the features of the new handheld include:

  • Front and back cameras
  • 3G, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, and GPS radios
  • Has three-axis accelerometer, three axis gyroscope, both motion sensors are used in the Playstation Move
  • A quad-core PowerVR SGX543MP4+ GPU
  • Boasts a multitouch touchpad on the back of the device, that is the same size as the front screen
  • The CPU is a quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor: 7.17″ (width) × 3.29″ (height) × 0.73″ (depth)
  • The system will be able to play PSP titles, PSP minis, PSOne Classics, videos and comics from the Playstation Store
PSP2 games won’t come on discs, but instead flash-memory cartridges that will hold not only the games themselves, but also the save files and add-on content.

More images of the device available here.

6 Responses to "Sony Officially Announces The PSP2"

Reef Says:



looks great following

Cameron Wyatt Says:

Its about time sony!

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jake7291 Says:

Jeez, wonder how much the starting price will be for that thing
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HP Spare 402018 001 Says:

Having this PSP 2 will surely be great. Thanks so much for sharing some info about thsi one.

Dre Beats Says:

No way! The PSP2 is ready to come out? PSP was a run product that I played with for a few years. What other things does this PSP have to offer?