PSP Most Wanted Gaming Gadget in U.S.
Sony's portable piques the interests of many
According to a new consumer study preformed by Parks Associates, 49% of U.S. internet users who, at some point, plan to purchase a portable gaming device would prefer a Sony PSP.
The current market leader in portable gaming, Nintendo, received a mere 33% combined interest among the U.S. internet users. Its two handhelds, the Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance, scored 18% and 15% respectively.
Coming in at the tail end of the spectrum was Nokia's N-Gage, met with a much lower 4% of future planned purchases.
Mobile Entertainment Platforms and Services is a new consumer study from Parks Associates, surveying more than 2000 U.S. internet users regarding ownership, usage, and interest in different portable entertainment platforms.