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The PSP Street (Model number PSP-E1000) was announced by Sony on August 27, 2011 and released in November the same year. Unlike the PSP Go, which lacked a UMD optical drive and forced you to download games through the PlayStation Store, the PSP Street lacks Wi-Fi to be able to do this; this also means that multi-player functionality and internet connectivity is impossible.
The PSP-E1000 features a matte finish, similar to the PSP-3000 which featured a half matted half glossy finish.