Sure it's the least shocking announcement of E3, but PSP fans should be pleased to know that Sony has officially revealed the long-expected PSP Go, the digital-content-centric redesign. Info about the new PSP leaked pre-E3, but it's good to see it on display in all its slide-screen goodness.
Update: Sony has released some specs and content service info for its new digital darling the PSP Go. The new handheld features 16GB of internal flash memory, WiFi and Bluetooth support, and will cost $249.99. Sony is also releasing a new music service called “SensMe,” which sort of acts like iTunes' Genius Bar only it suggest music based on your mood rather than what music is in your library. The old Media Manager will be replaced by Media Go!, a new, free application that lets users manage media content between PSP devices and PCs.
TheFeed's own Patrick Klepek managed to squeeze in a little hands-on time with the new PSP Go, so be sure to check out his impressions from the E3 show floor.