The PSP Go is significantly smaller than the original PSP. The D-pad and buttons are now positioned directly below the screen instead of on either side of it.
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The most notable design change has to be the slide-out screen.
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Sony is calling the PSP Go the portable gaming system for those with a "digital lifestyle."
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The PlayStation Network Store is now even easier to access, formatted perfectly for the PSP Go's screen.
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Users can download games and media directly to the device using a Wi-Fi connection.
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