Looks like folks at DVDStation are introducing PSP movie downloads at our retail kiosks. They store media in multi-terabyte servers and they are connected via megapipes, customers can download feature length films in under 30 seconds. VideoBusiness magazine says that the service will start in June. Currently, DVD Station offers upward of 6,000 disc titles at its locations, like San Francisco’s Metreon Entertainment Center and New York’s Grand Central Station. DVDStation is in the process of closing deals with two large studios. The downloads will be available for next generations Palm (LifeDrive), iRiver, and a whole slew of AV handhelds.
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