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 Jan 06, 2005 - 04:00 PM - by Michael
* Sony pushing hard in PSP vs DS confrontation

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Playstation2/Sony
Sony just keeps trying and trying to make the PSP look like an actual contender in the "wars" for the handheld market...

The PSP faces a firmly entrenched rival in Nintendo Co. Nintendo currently controls about 98 percent of the handheld video game market thanks to its successful line of Game Boy portables, NPD Group analyst Richard Ow said.

Its newest product, the $150 Nintendo DS, features dual color screens, one of them touch-sensitive, as well as built-in wireless.

The DS was among the must-have Christmas gadgets, with 1.5 million sold worldwide since its release in late November. Nintendo said the DS represents an entirely new product line and isn't a replacement for the aging Game Boy Advance SP.
Already got a DS, not going to touch the PSP with a 10 foot pole...
 

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