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Grip Dock: A new name in PSP gaming

PlayStation Portable (PSP) gaming is likely to become more interesting with the introduction of a new attachment called Grip Dock. This hand held device has been specifically designed for the Sony PSP and has been made by Vector.

A key feature of the device is that it facilitates extended game play thanks to its rechargeable battery pack (4 AA). Cooling is not a problem in Grip Dock since it has an intake fan and handle vent holes. The product also boasts of rubber inserts with an embossed logo grip and is bursts sound with amplified speakers. It also has two audio headphone ports and there is a visual battery level indicator to know how much gaming you have left. Another key feature is that Grip Dock can be charged and played with both forms of electric current — AC and DC, though a DC adapter is attached with the device.

The product is all set to hit the shops later this month.

About Ritwik Sinha (Globus News Desk)

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