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Psp Goes Vibrant With Carnival Colors

by Alisha K.
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If the current PSPs are just way too dull for your tastes, take heart–brighter, more colorful versions are on the way… in Japan. That means ponying up the import tax if you want one of these, and trust me… if you like pretty gadgets, you’re probably going to want one, if only idly and for a moment.

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The new shades are known as Carnival Colors: Vibrant Blue, Radiant Red, Bright Yellow and Spirited Green. I don’t know how just how spirited that green is (does it let out a cheer when you play well?), but the yellow is aptly named.

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The new colors are part of the PSP-3000 line, which has thus far been limited to black, white, and silver. The Carnival Colors will be available in March for 19,800 yen (or about $220 USD), or you can shell out a little extra for a matching accessories pack, which includes a case, Memory Stick, and more for 24,800 yen.

[Sony Japan via SlashGear]

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