Fresh off the rumor mill is an exciting tidbit from CES 2009 regarding forthcoming GPS support for the PSP in North America. News from CES 2009 alleges that the device is still in the works for a release sometime this year. No clear information with regard to timing or price has emerged, and nothing in the form of a press release has been dropped. For the time being, all we’ve got to go on is rumor, speculation, and that cherished, universal sentiment: hope.
Some factors look good in our favor, though. First of all, the GPS support has been available in Europe and Japan for years now, so we know that the technology is viable. Second of all, we know loads of people that would love to have this kind of hardware on their PSP, and would furthermore make good use of it. Likely they’re still ironing out details like ownership of maps and other similar corporate strangeholds. More news on this clutch piece of hardware as it drops, so stay tuned.
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