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Mock it up, talk it up and leak it out all you want, only Sony has the power to actually bring the so-called “PSP2″ into the world — and that moment has come. The “sequel” to the PlayStation Portable was made official today (like, just now!) during a press event in Japan, looking every bit as — well, that thing looks like the PSP, doesn’t it?

Codenamed “NGP” — that’s “Next Generation Portable” Entertainment System — the device has been designed on five core tenets: Revolutionary User Interface; Social Connectivity; Location-based Entertainment; Converging Real and Virtual; and PlayStation Suite Compatibility.

But what does that mean? For starters, the new hardware features dual analog sticks; a 5-inch OLED display (960×544 resolution — 4x the PSP’s); 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS; front touchscreen and rear touchpad (woah!); and, for good measure, the same six-axis motion system that propels the Move, plus a three-axis compass — oh, and we can’t forget the front and rear cameras (those come standard these days). Of course, it plays games, too, which will be offered on new flash memory-based cards (so long UMD!).

The “NGP” is coming this holiday season.

Update:
Complete hardware specs, provided by Sony, are posted after the break.

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Think run-of-the-mill 3D specs just aren’t cutting it? Need the sort of eyewear that ENCOM International would approve or? Here’s perhaps a better question: got a infinitesimally-deep hole burning in your pocket? Oakley’s recently-announced “optically-correct” 3D glasses are getting a special Tron: Legacy edition in honor of the upcoming internet documentary. Expect graphic art on the frames that, in some of the most amusing and illustrative words we’ve read in a press release for some time, “salute the cinematic story.” Asking price is a steep $150, but fashion doesn’t run cheap — besides, how else are you going to stand out in a dark room filled with bespectacled people all facing the same direction?

Oakley’s 3D specs are a perfect blend of gaudiness and Tron: Legacy originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 28 Oct 2010 02:49:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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