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Playboy.com Offers Images And Video To Sony’s PSP
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/23/2005 09:51:00 AM.

Playboy.com has announced its next step in delivering digital and downloadable beauties with the launch of its newest feature “PlayboyStation Portable.”

Given the tremendous popularity of the new Sony PlayStation Portable®, Playboy.com has created a sci-fi themed pictorial of the Cyber Girl of the Year 2005 Amy Sue Cooper that was photographed and formatted specifically for viewing on this device.

Playboy.com first harnessed the burgeoning handheld digital photo revolution last December by offering some of its sexiest girls next door in an exclusive “iBod” editorial feature for Apple’s iPod Photo®. That feature was an international sensation, and thousands of tech-savvy customers visited Playboy.com to download the customized galleries.

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