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Keepin' it real fake, part LVIII: A816 mobile dons PS3 logo

Darren Murph
05.19.07
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As if the 7.1 surround sound smartphone and king-of-all-knockoffs weren't enough, today we're graced with the portable PS3, er, the 3 Cool A816. This laugher sports a design ripped fairly hard from Sony's PlayStation Portable, but dons a hysterical "PS3 Game Player" logo right across the back, which would absolutely thrill those wanting to play PS3 games without coughing up the dough for a $499 $599 console if, you know, those pesky discs would just fit. Carrying on, the GSM conglomerate also sports a 320 x 240 resolution 3.5-inch screen which is casually referred to as "high-definition capable," built-in MP3 player and image viewer, video game emulator, 1.3-megapixel camera, TV out, an MP3-based alarm clock, handwriting support, an integrated dictionary, and dual stereo speakers to boot. As expected, there's no word on price just yet, and even though it's supposedly available to ship as of this month, we can't possibly urge you more to resist the temptation on this one. Click on through for a few more snickers.

[Via JustAMP]



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