Sony will introduce a new PlayStation Portable handheld console at E3 this week. The Sony PSP Go will feature a 3.8" display, 16GB built-in storage, slide-out gamepad, Bluetooth, Memory Stick Micro slot, integration with PS3, and full PlayStation Network support for movie and TV rentals/purchases. An UMD drive is no longer onboard and the PSP Go will be 43 percent lighter than the PSP-3000. Head over to Engadget to see a video of the PSP Go.
If all goes well, it'll ship this Fall for a price to be determined, and it's actually not slated to replace the PSP-3000, as both of 'em will attempt to live on store shelves harmoniously... at least for awhile.