Sony says its upcoming new PSP, the Next Generation Portable, is as powerful as the PS3. Take a look at its graphics capabilities in this Uncharted demo.
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With rumors swirling that Sony will unveil the next-generation PlayStation Portable on January 27, CNET takes a look at all the concept designs floating around the Internet.
Several reports are swirling around the Web claiming Sony will be unveiling the PlayStation Portable 2 at an event in Tokyo January 27.
The PSP2 should be announced later this week. What do the tea leaves of the tech world say so far?
Sony has revealed the company's next portable system, code-named Next Generation Portable (NGP), known to the public up until now as the PSP2.
Sony is expected to unveil its PSP2 later this week, and when it does, the handheld game player could feature 3G connectivity and an OLED touch screen, according to Nikkei.
Bloomberg News is reporting that Sony will unveil a new version of its PlayStation Portable game console next week, followed by a game-playing smartphone in February.
According to lucky eyewitnesses who have seen the upcoming device, the touch panel resembles "a big mouse trackpad" that will allow users to control their game alongside dual analog sticks.
Sony has revealed the company's next portable system, codenamed Next Generation Portable (NGP), known to the public up until now as the PSP2.