E3: Sony's Koller: PSP Go out this autumn

43 percent lighter, 3.8-inch screen.

Sony's PSP Go will be released this autumn and is 43 percent lighter than the PSP-3000 with a 3.8-inch screen, according to marketing man John Koller.

In a full version of the prematurely-posted Qore segment that outed the PSP Go, which Eurogamer has obtained, Koller talks up the device's features but doesn't mention a price.

"It's a 3.8-inch screen, it's 43 percent lighter than the PSP-3000, 16 gigs flash memory, Bluetooth support and all digital content so the UMD drive goes away so it's going to be something a lot of consumers like - download straight to a hard drive," he tells viewers.

"There's games like Gran Turismo that are being announced at E3, and LittleBigPlanet that's been announced before, and Jak & Daxter and there's even a new Metal Gear Solid coming, so all those games will be available..."

"Integration with PSP is very important to us. And it works just like PSP-3000... A lot of people like to be able to take their content from PS3 with them on the go."

He also says "it's coming this fall", which is autumn in old money. But no word on price yet. Sony's conference at 7pm BST / 8pm CET on Tuesday would be the best bet for that, we expect.

Check out our PSP Go photo gallery to see what it looks like in high resolution.

Last word though to Qore host Veronica Belmont: "This device in particular has been very cloaked in secrecy for the last few months." Yeeeeeah.

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