Before we could all get to get our greedy hands on Sony’s leaner and slimmer PSP this September, Joystiq took a peek at the system’s updated manual. Here are some of the notable ‘differences’ you can expect to see (via Joystiq):
- Ram has been juiced up from 32mb to 64mb for faster loading times
- The system can also now charge through USB
- Battery’s been replaced from 1800mAh to 1200mAh. The difference: more friendly to Mother Nature but same battery life.
- Original PSP remotes will not run on the new PSP
- And to everyone’s surprise, the component AV cable for the new video output will not be included in any bundle
Although the new video output feature is a welcome addition, Sony could have done way more to give the PSP a proper ‘update’. We would’ve been more excited if the PSP was finally given a second analog nub, an internal hard drive or a tanning reflector. Check out the new PSP anatomy after the jump!