Monday, May 02, 2005

Sony does it again (In Korea this time)

A little more than a month ago, Sony blessed us by releasing the Sony PSP to the general public in the US. Well, today marks the release date of the PSP for the Koreans. Not only do they get the PSP, but they are also getting a network utility disc to browse the web through service provider NESPOT. Browsing capabilities will allow Koreans access to certain channels including cartoons, e-books, movie clips, music, online gaming, and educational content. Anyway, I thought I'd post screen shots to make you fellow PSPers drool. Check them out.

For more screenshots, head over here.


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