Tretton: Sony considering PSP with HDD

By Mike, Wednesday, 16 July 2008 20:07 GMT

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SCEA boss Jack Tretton said this morning that the company is still mulling over whether to implement an internal storage device to PSP.

“I think we definitely thought about it,” he said. “I think that’s the trend moving forward.”

He went on to say that as the cost of memory continues to diminish, the chance that PSP’s next hardware revision will contain a hard drive of some sort is increasing.

Thanks, Kotaku.

By Mike Bowden

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