Sony’s PSP has received a new 3.5 firmware update. This update,
along with the latest 1.8 PlayStation 3 firmware, unlocks one of the most
exciting connectivity features between the two Sony devices: Remote Play.
Remote Play enables the two devices to connect to each
other, one serving as a media hub and the other as a portable viewer. Users can
now store their music, pictures and video content on their PlayStation 3
console, and access it remotely with their PSP wherever and whenever it is
connected to an adequate Internet connection.
While users can carry gigabytes of media on their PSPs using
Memory Stick Pro, connectivity with the PlayStation 3 offers access to 20 or 60
GB (or even more for those who have upgraded their consoles). The term Remote
Play is a bit of a misnomer, however, as the system does not currently support
any form of gaming.
Also in the 3.5 PSP update is a new RSS Channel Guide to
offer better support for RSS feeds. The update for PSP may be obtained now
using the system’s auto update feature.
More than a week ago, Sony released version 1.8 firmware for
the PlayStation 3, which also added legacy game and DVD
movie upscaling to 1080 resolutions.
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