Sony PSP Concept Art

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  1. Scott L

    Scott L Producer

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    Source: Ken Kutaragi presentation - PDF

    Gamespot Article

    Hardware Specs:

    PSP CPU Core

    MIPS R4000 32-bit core
    128-bit bus
    1-333MHz (1.2V)
    8MB eDRAM main memory
    2.6Gbps bus bandwidth
    FPU, VFPU (2.6 billion flops)
    3D graphics extended instructions
    I Cache, D Cache

    PSP Media Engine

    MIPS R4000 32-bit core
    128-bit bus
    1-333MHz (1.2V)
    2MB eDRAM submemory
    I-Cache, D-Cache
    90nm CMOS

    PSP Graphics Core

    1-166MHz (1.2V)
    256-bit bus
    2MB eDRAM (VRAM)
    5.3Gbps bus bandwidth
    664 million pixels per second pizel fill rate
    3D curved surface and 3D polygon engine
    Support for compressed textures, hardware clipping, morphing, bone, tessellation, bezier, b-spline (NURBS)
    Maximum of 33 million polygons per second
    24-bit full color (RGBA)

    Sound Core

    VME (Virtual Mobile Engine)
    Reconfigurable DSP
    166MHz (1.2 V)
    128-bit bus
    5 giga operations per second
    CODEC capabilities
    3D sound, 7.1 channels
    Synthesizer, effecter, and other abilities
    ATRAC3 plus, AAC, MP3 for audio

    Media

    UMD (Universal Media Disc)
    60mm-diameter disc
    660nm laser diode
    1.8GB capacity (dual-layered disc)
    11Mbps transfer rate
    AES crypto system
    Unique disc ID
    Shock proof
    Regional code system
    Parental lock system
    Repeat ordering system

    Onboard Decoder

    AVC Decoder
    AVC (H.264) Decoder
    Main Profile
    Baseline Profile
    @ Level1, Level2, Level3
    2 Hours (High Quality) ~ DVD Movie
    4 Hours (Standard Quality) ~ CS Digital
    Communication

    Other Specifications

    16:9-format widescreen TFT LCD (480x272 pixels, 24-bit full color) [​IMG]
    MPEG4 AVC decoder
    Wireless LAN (802.11) [​IMG]
    IrDA (Infrared Data Association)
    USB 2.0
    Memory Stick
    AV in/out
    Stereo headphone out
    Lithium ion battery
    Expansion port
     
  2. Bruce_S

    Bruce_S Second Unit

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    Let's face it, Sony knows how to design their gadgets. The unit looks really cool and let's hope it's affordable.

    The actually unit won't be introduce until E3 in May 2004 along with the price.

    Give me a launch date and I'm sooo there! woo hoo [​IMG]

    -bruce
     
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    OMG, that is awesome! It looks so nice. A mini joystick would of been nice, but that would of affected this design, I think I can handle this. It looks SOOO kool. Lets just hope it doesnt cost an arm and a leg.

    L8rz,
    Deepak Jr.
     
  4. Morgan Jolley

    Morgan Jolley Lead Actor

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    That's just an idea for the design, not a final unit. Honestly, I hope they do something with an attached cover and a mini-joystick (which they confirmed would be on the unit earlier this year).
     
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    Very sexy
     

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