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Thursday, 12 July 2007 07:23

The new anorexic PSP is here

Written by test
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It's slimmer, lighter and has TV out

Sony announced that it will have a new PSP available later this year, think thanksgiving and it is 33 per cent lighter, 19 per cent slimmer and has TV out. Sadly it doesn't look that different at all.

It will be available in three colours, black, white and silver. The white model is a special Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron edition with a Darth Vader silk screen on the back.

The new model will ship as an Entertainment Pack and will cost US$199.99. The silver version will come with a copy of Daxter and a 1GB memory stick pro duo. The Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron edition won't be available until the 9th of October.

The black version will be available in a more affordable Core Pack and as such it it will retail for $169.99, but it only comes with a charger and a battery in the box. Sony expects to release some 140 games for the PSP this year.

You can read the full press release here

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