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Sony PSP gets media software

With Sony’s latest offering, you may never need to put down your PSP again. Their new PlayStation Portable media manager software released today, makes it easy for you to move content from your PC to your PSP. The PSP obviously has the capability to store and play music, movies and pictures, this software allows you take full advantage of that without wasting a lot of time or energy.

Though it is new for this application, the type of software is hardly revolutionary, so you can imagine that Sony has managed to make it easy to use and nice to look at. You can also pretty much guarantee that you will have ample opportunities to add to your collection at the Sony CONNECT online music store with only the click of a button.

A downloadable version of the software is available now for $19.95 from the Sony website. A boxed version, complete with USB cable and five free downloads from CONNECT will cost $29.95 and will be available December 1.

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