Korean PSP Launch to be Internet-enabled
Korean PSP owners can expect a bevy of Internet services
Sources indicate that Sony will release their PSP in Korea some time in early May with multiple Internet-ready features, including a browser. While the handheld's launch in Japan and most recently, North America did not come with Internet features (save for online play and some crafty hacking), Sony will partner with Korean ISP company, KT Corp, to have PSP online capable via their service "NESPOT."
The NESPOT features Korean PSP owners can expect include online multiplayer, web browsing, move and music streaming, and accessing e-books. The service is not expected to be free, although the first 100,000 PSPs sold may come with a limited-time Internet service.
When launched, it is expected Sony will bundle the PSP with other accessories including headphones, an AC adapter, UMD Spider-man 2 movie, and a Memory Stick Duo (among other items) at an estimated price of $320.00