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Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

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Unreleased PSP Accessories Can Turn PSP to a Mobile Phone

Written on May 19, 2011 by Japhet Writ

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With a touchscreen panel and cellular radio, the Sony PSP could have been a game console and mobile phone in one.

Sony’s Xperia Play features touchscreen and cellular antennas. But it is unknown to the many that the company also planned to add these features on the PSP — the same time they were working on the console’s camera accessory and GSP receivers.

As detailed on the diagram of a filed patent application, Sony Computer Entertainment planned to include a touchscreen panel accessory to the PSP. Users would plug the device in the console’s USB port and flip the touchscreen on top of it. The stylus could be used to give on-screen keyboard input or play games.

See the diagram after the skip.

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