PSP’s GPS Receiver is on Play-Asia

So they're all outta GPS?

Enterprising PSP owners may want to put their heads on the shoulder of a Sony Exec and cry, especially since the GPS attachment for the PSP is selling very briskly. Finding one is certainly more difficult than some would bargain for. If you’ve got a Japanese PSP that is begging for a new enhancement, then you may want to check Play-Asia for some goodies.

Our trained ninja hamster spies snuck deep into the headquarters of Play-Asia and have recently uncovered that the importers are currently selling GPS Receiver units. Their selling price, sans shipping, is US$ 59.99. Of course, what you intend to do with it if you don’t live in Japan is beyond us, but if you’re visiting there or live in the area, this might be a good chance for you to grab one if you can’t find one in the immediate vicinity.

You may want to use an actual map with the system though, just to be sure. Happy global positioning!

So they're all outta GPS?

Enterprising PSP owners may want to put their heads on the shoulder of a Sony Exec and cry, especially since the GPS attachment for the PSP is selling very briskly. Finding one is certainly more difficult than some would bargain for. If you’ve got a Japanese PSP that is begging for a new enhancement, then you may want to check Play-Asia for some goodies.

Our trained ninja hamster spies snuck deep into the headquarters of Play-Asia and have recently uncovered that the importers are currently selling GPS Receiver units. Their selling price, sans shipping, is US$ 59.99. Of course, what you intend to do with it if you don’t live in Japan is beyond us, but if you’re visiting there or live in the area, this might be a good chance for you to grab one if you can’t find one in the immediate vicinity.

You may want to use an actual map with the system though, just to be sure. Happy global positioning!

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