The Next Generation Gaming Console Revealed By SonyAuthor: Marie Coles
With the in-home entertainment industry on the boom, the gaming industry is more competitive than ever. Last month, lead players Sony announced their next generation portable gaming console, the PSP 2, which boasts technologies such as Wi-Fi and 3G.
The PSP2 moves away from Sony's gaming label of home entertainment and moves forward into the portable gaming industry. In competition with the Nintendo portable gaming console which offers 3D technology, the Sony PSP 2 can still compete as it offers Wi-Fi, 3G and the unique offer of two analogue sticks, opening up the portable game industry to a larger variety of game styles.
It also offers a 5 inch OLED screen, with a touch screen that enables players to interact with the consul more comprehensively, with features such as ‘touch, grab, trace, push and pull' finger motions. Unlike prior generations, this model opens up the portable gaming industry even further, enabling gamers to have much more variety and abilities in portable gaming.
The PSP2 also boasts a new memory card, the small flash memory card, which will be devoted to Next Generation Portable software. It allows you not only to store the software, but any add ons and saved games too. This form of memory will also allow for memory expansion in the future, enabling portable games just as to be content and memory rich as a home gaming systems one day.
Although the PSP2 is a portable game station, it still features some of its sister's capabilities (the Playstation), including Playstation Move capabilities. Incorporated motion sensors, enable you to experience the same real life features that the Wii and other such game consoles expose you to.
Sony seem to be going from strength to strength despite competition from other game console manufacturers. Already, they are working on smartphone compatibility and gaming, with internet and android big players Google. This will further expand the gaming market to the non-casual and casual game user.
The PSP2 is already a one up for the portable gaming market, enabling people to expand their gaming experience. It will be available near the end of 2011, just in time for Christmas!
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Marie Coles is a professional writer. She writes informative, yet, dynamic articles on technology.