Sony's NGP console has been rebranded the PlayStation Vita, will be out by the end of the year, and will cost €250 for the Wi-Fi version and €300 for a console with 3G capabilities.
On the eve of E3, several videos posted to the PlayStation blog showcase how the upcoming portable-gaming device will work when it launches later this year.
Sony's next-gen handheld games console may only be released in one part of the world this year, due to production problems in Japan.
Sony's Music Unlimited service is on its way to the PlayStation Portable "in a matter of weeks" and also to the Next Generation Portable, a company exec tells Eurogamer.
Sony is bringing its Music Unlimited cloud service to a fistful of handheld devices, letting you stream music to your Sony Ericsson Xperia Play or Xperia Arc phone, and PSP or NGP handheld console.
Firm says its new Next Generation Portable gaming device won't produce PlayStation 3-like graphics, but the graphics will be better than those of the current PlayStation Portable.
Crave UK was so blown away by the dimensions of the console, it asked readers to illustrate the gargantuan girth with some creative Photoshopping.
We can't quite believe just how massive Sony's upcoming NGP handheld is, so to help us figure it out, we asked our loyal Facebook fans to show us, through the ancient medium of Photoshop...
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is a PlayStation-certified Android phone with slide-out gaming controls. We got hands-on to find out if it's going to steal the Sony NGP console's thunder.
Though it's not officially the "PSP Phone," we're still comparing the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play and Sony NGP side by side.