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Sony PocketStation

The PocketStation is a memory card peripheral released exclusively in Japan by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation home video game console.Sony categorized it as a combination of a Memory Card and a miniature personal digital assistant.

The device features a monochrome liquid crystal display (LCD), infrared communication capability, a real-time clock, built-in flash memory, and a sound capability. To use the device's memory card functionality, it must be connected to a PlayStation through a memory card slot.

Date : 23rd January 1999

Manufacturer : Sony Corporation

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH36740. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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