1) 4 inch super amoled capative touch screen with multi touch support.
2) PS2 emulation officially
3) Bluetooth 3.0 with file transfer to any device
4) Wlan b/g/n and 3g
5) Mobile phone support (gsm)
6) Front & Rear cameras with (720p) hd video recording and still images
7) Two analog sticks
8) Browser with full flash support
9) Nextgen umd drive with up to 10gb data storage
10) 1ghz dual core cpu, 256mb ram and offcouse dedicated gpu.
And even if its price will be 300$ i'll definately buy it on launch day.
then you'll never get one! because th psp2 will never have those amazing features.
ps2 emulation on go is an insane idea , and really i hope it happens! but i'm not waiting from sony to do it ..maybe we could look forward for a homebrew solution if the psp2 ever get hacked but not from sony (history speaking)
Honestly, my iPhone has replaced my need for a PSP. My old one just collects dust. I am glad they are still making them and trying to move forward but I don't think it a great platform anymore....
Yeah, I'm not really sure how much use I have for either a PSP2 or 3DS. I barely touched my DS and never got around to getting a PSP--I've kinda cooled off on iPhone gaming too, but I still definitely have a lot of use for my phone.
while hopeful in this being true, i will remain a skeptic that Sony would release it while the PSP is barely half way into it's lifespan. that could potentially upset a lot of publishers of new and up-coming PSP games by diluting the market.
on another note, if and when the PSP2 does come out, please wait for a used one to become available at a local store. avoid padding Sony's pockets where ever you can -- let them know that their awful business practices are not going to fly.
People only have so much time. Its so different than when most of us where kids, when we only had 1 or 2 games to play on our systems, and we would try to complete them, today we are in overload with games all the time.
Like others say, my psp and nds do not really get used, so not sure whether i really want another hand held, except maybe it can run all emulators or something.