Turn your PSP into a GPS navigation system.

PSP-Go Explore GPS KitGo!Explore incorporates a GPS Receiver attachment for PSP and a software UMD featuring your chosen maps. A collaboration with market leaders TeleAtlas and NavNGo, Go!Explore offers the very latest in map data and navigation software.

Maps and points of interest are upgradeable via downloads, while new maps and guides can be purchased from PLAYSTATION Store for PC. Each map version supports audio in different languages: English, German, French, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish.

PSP-Go Explore GPS Kit

  • Points of Interest: Over 100 categories and sub-categories with thousands of locations
  • Superior Graphics: 2D and 3D city maps with 3D landmarks
  • Twelve Different Languages: Including 22 unique audio voices
  • Find and Go: Easy search features and smart keyboard
  • Smart Zoom: Automatic zooming and map tilting
  • Explore Map: Search and explore the surrounding area
  • My Data: Manage favourite trips, saved places and routes
  • Route Settings: Fastest/shortest routes and safety/night modes
  • Itinerary Mode: Step-by-step journey schedules

PSP GPS Go Explore Kit

PSP GPS Go Explore Kit

PSP GPS Go Explore Kit

The GPS receiver and UMD with maps retail for $175 and will be initially available in the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Italy, the Nordic countries, and Benelux. It comes with 11 different audio language-options. It’s sure to help you stay out of trouble.



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