Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has unveiled Go!Explore, the new satellite navigation package for PSP due for release in the New Year.
Collaborating with TeleAtlas and NavNGo and utilising the latest in map data and navigation software, Sony claims Go!Explore is a state of the art, combined in-car and pedestrian GPS navigation application for PSP.
Incorporating a GPS receiver and the UMD software containing your chosen maps, Go!Explore will offer a top quality satellite navigation system at an affordable price.
"Bringing GPS navigation to PSP is simply fantastic and shows again the unrivalled potential of PSP", said Stephane Hareau, PSP European Marketing Manager, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe.
"Developed in collaboration with key companies TeleAtlas and NavNGo, the market leaders in the map data and Navigation software industry, Go!Explore offers the best and most innovative In-Car and Pedestrian GPS navigation experience. With the ability to use 3D city maps and even 3D landmarks in certain key cities, GPS on PSP is a totally unique experience."
Go!Explore supports 11 languages on every geographic version; English, German, French, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish.
Go!Explore has access to upgradeable Maps and Points of Interest that can be purchased via the PLAYSTATION Network, and to additional maps, POI, downloads and other Wi-Fi features that will be made available in the future.
Also available to accompany Go!Explore are the Car Adaptor and Car Mount accessories, which will be bundled together.
Pricing and availability to be confirmed.
Sony also announced Go!Messenger for the PSP that in conjunction with BT will see IMing, VoIP calls and video chat capabilities and Go!Video with Sky - video on demand services.