February 2, 2006

Sony PSP gets Maps in Japan - GPS Next?


Yes, it's a stretch, but I have a PSP, and they are moving closer to a GPS in the thing, so I thought I would pass this along. Engadget is reporting that the PSP now has UMD based maps (UMD is the mini optical disk in the PSP) for Japan. " The software is similar to most PC-based mapping programs, and allows users to store annotations on Memory Sticks and share info via WiFi. No word on whether Sony plans US or European versions."

With WiFi installed, and a Memory Stick slot there has to be an opportunity to slap GPS functionality in this thing. Why, I have no idea, but its a solution looking for a problem.


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Posted by Scott Martin at February 2, 2006 8:35 PM

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