If the thought of HD motion controlled gaming excites you, get ready to feel a whole lot of joy by the end of the month, which is when Sony will officially be launching the PlayStation Move in India. The combination of the PS3 system and PlayStation Eye camera detects the precise movement, angle, and absolute position in 3D space of PlayStation Move motion controller, allowing users to intuitively play the game as if they themselves are within the game.
If you already own the PlayStation Eye (the PS3 camera), you can pick up the motion controller for Rs. 2499, while the navigation controller will set you back by Rs. 1899. Alternatively you could go in for the entire Move bundle consisting of the motion controller, the camera and a Starter disc including demos of various Move compatible titles like Sports Champions, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11, Start the Party! etc. for Rs. 3650.
According to news in the market Sony is going to launch its sequel to PSP in couple of weeks at E3, The all New PSP2 which hopefully will be a totally revamped version of the present version.
The rumors are emanating from within several gaming publishers. As Nintendo’s 3DS is also due to launch at the show PSP2 will be good enough for Sony to give a handsome competition to Nintendo.
Sony gave a design update to its VAIO P Series, but there happens to be a lot more than fresh aesthetics with the new 8-inch machine. A new matte lid available in five different shades. Sony has also loaded with an optical touchpad and accelerometer, the most amazing addition.
The touchpad is built into the LCD bezel and desktop navigation is done by holding the screen. The pad bezel is on the right while the mouse buttons are on the left.
It’s been given a faster Intel Atom Z560 processor option. The pricing is still not out, lets wait till june when it rolls out in market.