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Gamescom 2011: New PSP for Europe & PS Vita Details

The system will only cost 99 Euros, however it will not have the option for Wi-Fi and it will be exclusive to Europe.

Sonyannounced that they will be putting out a new PSP exclusively for Europe, but it will be compatible with all PSP games that are out now. The system will only cost 99 Euros, however it will not have the option for Wi-Fi. In addition, Sony also had a press release at Gamescom that cleared up some of the issues on the PS Vita's RAM capabilities; Sony will not be cutting the RAM in half like it was rumored to be to help production costs. The PS Vita in addition to being compatible with Skype, Facebook, Foursquare, and Twitter will still have "512MBs of RAM as well as 128MBs of dedicated VRAM". Also the camera on the PS Vita will have a resolution of "640x480 (VGA), with framerates for video recording of 120 frames-per-second at 320x240 (QVGA) or 60 frames-per-second at 640x480 (VGA)". So there are some new specs on the PS Vita and the announcement of a new PSP for Europe. It will be interesting to see if people in Europe actually going to buy this new PSP or are they going to wait for the PS Vita?

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