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PSP Go! View Bundle Revealed


Rumors have recently been flying about a PSP hardware update. But while rumours of the PSP GO!, the rumoured hardware update for the PlayStation Portable Line ,  remain just a rumors. Electronic Theatre  believes that this bundle has always been intended for distribution on UK shores, and is part of SCEE’s push for multimedia capability awareness amongst consumers.

With Go! View, you can watch sports, movies, and TV shows on your PSP. From Football to hit comedies, US dramas and a selection of Movies, everything is available to enjoy, wherever you find yourself. Offering a range of top TV including LOST and Ugly Betty, blockbuster Movies and Sports including Barclays Premier League and UEFA Champions League football action from Sky Sports, Go! View is simply an on-demand TV on a portable games console. Entertainment, Sports and Comedy Packs are available by monthly subscription, whilst Movies and a range of the latest TV can be downloaded via the rental service on Go! View

The Go! View retail box includes a 4GB Memory Stick, Mini USB Cable & two month’s free subscription to the Go! View service, retailing with a Manufacturers Recommended Retail Price of £29.99. The PSP GO! View Bundle contains a BlackPlayStation Portable 3000, 2GB Memory Stick, Mini USB Cable & two month’s free subscription to the Go! View service, for the Recommended Retail Price of £149.99.

Both the solo and bundle packages are confirmed as available in the UK immediately.  We keep you up to date on any new news about the PSP GO!.  Comment below and tell the sommunity what you think.

[Via  Electronic Theatre]

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