Sony Unveils ‘PSP 3000’ In India; Plans To Launch '80 GB PS3' Soon
Sony Computer Entertainment India has rolled out its latest PSP-3000 in India, at the biggest gaming expo ‘PlayStation Experience 2008’ held in Mumbai on Saturday.
Moreover, the company has also declared its plans to launch of the 80 GB Sony PS3 console in the Indian market.
Supporting Wi-Fi connection, the PSP-3000 plays the similar games and provides the same media support as the former PSP models.
However, the company has upgraded the new system with a superior LCD screen and a new built-in microphone for gamers to use the portable gaming console as a communicator. Users can also speak into the device and speak online with their friends.
The PSP-3000 system features a highly-improved screen, which draws more power than the old screen.
In addition to the functionality and aesthetics of the PSP Slim and Lite (PSP-2000), the anti-glare technology of PSP-3000 boasts to reduce the glare caused by sunlight and harsh indoor lighting.
Mr. Atindriya Bose, Country Manager, Sony Computer Entertainment, stated, “There is huge scope for Sony Computer Entertainment amongst the Indian audience with the introduction of the newly designed PSP – 3000. It has an advanced LCD viewing, which further improves the very popular, high resolution PSP display along with a built-in microphone, which brings a new dimension of gaming to the overall entertainment experience.”
The Sony PSP-3000 can be purchased at a price Rs 9,440. The pricing and availability of the 80 GB PS3 in India is yet to be announced.