The latest PS3 accessory from Japan is perfect if you travel around a lot. Japanese game peripheral maker HORI (which also sells stuff in the US) announced a portable LCD screen, which, once attached to the top of a PS3 Slim, makes the console (somewhat) portable. The product is licensed by Sony and sized at 295×255×55mm. Buyers also get a built-in stereo speaker, two headphone jacks, and component/ multi-AV out interfaces.
The HP3-87 will be marketed by HORI as a PS3 Slim docking station. It allows users to play games on the go, with images in 720p quality on an 11.6-inch screen with 1,366×768 resolution, 200cd/m2 brightness, 500:1 contrast ratio and 7ms response time. The device is also compatibe with torne, Sony’s Japan-only DVR/TV tuner for PS3.