Billy Berghammer Writes:
"When the PSP was first shown at E3 2004, I don't think there was one person that didn't think Sony's new marvel would be a huge success. A small footprint, PlayStation 2 quality graphics, a rich feature set and a beautiful widescreen display. It was beyond sexy. During the same E3, Nintendo debuted their Nintendo DS prototype which looked like a clunky mess next to Sony's beautiful PSP. I personally thought PSP would stomp all over the Nintendo DS, but we all know how that turned out, don't we?
While Sony has released a number of new models improving on the screen, battery life, size and weight of the PSP, the company is planning on releasing their most radical PSP design this Fall –PSP go The smallest and lightest version of the PSP, PSP go forgoes the UMD drive for downloadable games but adds 16GB of internal storage, Bluetooth support, and more.
But, does anyone care? I sure as hell don't."