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PSP getting maps of Japan

Marc Perton
February 1, 2006
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No, it isn't GPS on your PSP (if you want that, you'll have to roll your own). But if you live in Japan and want to use your PSP as a navigational aid, Sony is making it a little easier with a UMD-based mapping program that the company plans to release in April. The software is similar to most PC-based mapping programs, and allows users to store annotations on Memory Sticks and share info via WiFi. No word on whether Sony plans US or European versions, but that's fine with us; until it has GPS, we're not interested.

[Via I4U]



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