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Network Features:

* Internet Browser - Probably the biggest thing yet to come to the PSP, a web browser. The browser supports standard 4.01 HTML, but will not support Flash streaming. Although some minor bugs, you will be able to connect to any website through your wireless hotspot.
* New Network Menu - This is the new icon that will be installed on your PSP, it will act as the shortcut to the web browser.

Video Features:

* Jump Function - Jump function added (UMD Video & UMD Music)
* A-B Function - This allows you to repeat one portion of the clip.
* 4x3 size - A new size to watch videos in
* Mute - Mute function added for videos, even though a general mute function came with the original system.
* MP4 (AVC) playback - New playback format.

Music Features:

* ATRAC3plus playback - Now you can put ATRAC3plus files on your PSP.
* MP4 AAC & WAVE Support - This version will allow you to play MP4 audio (MP4's AAC format) as well as Linear PCM WAVE files.

Photo Features:

* Wallpaper Feature - Another big feature for the PSP, can you guess it? You got it, a personalized wallpaper feature.
* Photo Sharing - You can now share images with a friend using the wireless ad-hoc connection (local)
* New Formats - The PSP can now read TIFF, GIF and BMP files.

Setting Features:

* New Character SetTheme Setting
* Internet Browser Restriction Setting - Set security settings for your web browser.
* WPA Support - Don't like WEP? isn't secure enough for you? you can now access the net with WPA-PSK (TKIP.)Web Support on Keypad
donkeybeatz
pr0n on the go!
Think of the possibilities of portable web surfing...
You can take AT Radio anywhere! Providing that you can actually tune in beigelaugh.gif
AC9breaker
I'm betting the display is gonna be primitive like the sidekicks internet. Although, with the addition of memory sticks in portable devies, I wonder if they can be able to run a linux or Unix type based OS and turn the portable device into a thin client. That would be pretty kickass, a portable PC and not those ugly palmpilots too. All in all, its cool to see how we slowly enter the future.
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