Sony reveals Ice White PSP-E1000

Sony reveals Ice White PSP-E1000

With the summer and the holiday season inevitably approaching Sony has been thinking about all these gamers that will go on a vacation but still want to play games while on the go. 

So here they have a brand new gizmo to play with – the new Ice White PSP-E1000.

“The Ice White PSP-E1000 is a great value summer gaming essential and the best way to access the entire PSP catalogue of games,” Sony Computer Entertainment Europe product manager Mayumi Donovan wrote.

Due out in July, the Ice White PSP-E1000 has been redesigned in such a way as to appeal to younger audience especially when we take into account the Sony PlayStation Vita. Still the PSP-E1000 is a bit larger than the PSP-3000 measuring 172.4 × 73.4 × 21.6 mm compared to 169.4 x 71.4 x 18.6 mm and weighing 223 grams (compared to just 189 grams) including the battery.

“With a great range of accompanying PSP essential titles that will be available for £9.99 / €9.99 (RRP) each, there has never been a better time to game on the go and enjoy immersive high quality gaming experiences at an affordable price.”

Announced as a budget device the PSP-E1000 will cost 100 EUR when it launches in July 2012.

Source: Eteknix.com

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