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SI: PSP Reborn: The Quad-Core Next Generation Portable (NGP)

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Sony has stunned many with the news of a holiday 2011 release for the long-awaited successor of the PSP, codenamed “Next Generation Portable” (read that link, its very informative). We’ll be referring to it as the NGP for brevity, plus it sounds cooler. Although I wonder if Sony should play brand recognition and keep it associated with the name we all thought it would be, which is PSP2. Not to mention there’s nearly five million results for PSP2 on Google.

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Let’s talk about the hardware. It’s juicy. In fact, it’s so delicious that you really get a sense that Sony is playing three to five year specifications with this launch. I am praying that there will be no delay in its introduction and that it is commercially available in the USA in early December or late November. It could be the true hero of the holidays.

NGP should look familiar to many of you, as its appearance is very similiar to the PSP. However, the NGP includes the highly-requested dual analogue sticks. There’s also a

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