Japanese Company Launches Dedicated HDMI Converter for Sony PSP Handheld Console

Japanese company Columbus Circle has announced the launch of an HDMI converter dedicated to Sony's classic handheld console PSP. The converter is priced at 7,480 yen and is compatible with both PSP2000 and PSP3000 models.

The converter's main function is to convert and output the PSP's handheld screen through HDMI, allowing users to project it to a computer monitor or TV with an HDMI interface at 1080p resolution. This is a significant improvement over the PSP's native resolution of 480x272.

The PSP was originally launched in 2004 and was discontinued in 2014. Despite its age, the PSP remains a popular console among retro gaming enthusiasts. The new HDMI converter is likely to appeal to PSP owners who want to enjoy their games on a larger screen.

In addition to the HDMI converter, Columbus Circle also sells a range of other accessories for the PSP, including replacement batteries, chargers, and cases.

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