PSP hands

They've still got over a month to wait, but when South Koreans finally get hands on with the PlayStation Portable on May 2, they'll be able to get some decent internet access for it. South Korea's largest ISP is teaming up with Sony to offer the services to users, who will be able to surf the internet (we're assuming a little more directly than we're surfing it now) from wireless access points and view content prepared specifically for the device — we're guessing that would be primarily Sony content, seeing as how they love to lock this stuff down. And what exactly is the deal with needing a "special partnership" to give internet access for the PSP, when it clearly already has the function built in to access existing wireless infrastructure? Ahhhhh, Sony…

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