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Soft pornmonger Playboy has further expanded its portfolio of e-smut services with the announcement that PSP owners can now avail themselves of the very best in widescreen naked fillies.

Hottish on the the heels of Hef's "iBod" photo initiative - launched last December - comes "Cyber Girl of the year Amy Sue Cooper, photographed and formatted specifically for viewing on your PlayStation Portable".

Phwooarr! Playboy.com's managing photo editor, Chad Doering, explained: "Gaming and the Internet go hand in hand, so shooting sexy, action-themed pictorials and video for the coolest piece of portable gaming technology out there was a no-brainer."

No, Chad, pornography and the internet go "hand-in-hand" and we have no doubt that PSP owners - who display legendary dexterity in the manipulation of small objects (that's PSP controls; no sniggering at the back) - will welcome the chance to roll their cursors over Amy Sue Cooper's charms.

As for Amy, the "buff and toned" bombshell enthused: "The shoot was tons of fun. Swords. Kung-fu. Leather.... Now I know what it feels like to be inside a video game."

Yeah right. Ms Cooper adds: "The thought of being carried around in a guy's pocket and having him push my buttons is really sexy." Wannabe porn quote fabricators might like to make a note of this classic of the genre. What Ms Cooper probably said was: "Get me out of this f**king leather outfit and get me a Diet Pepsi, for chrissakes."

You can get two free (non-nude) galleries and a vid of Cooper here (email registration required). To access the tasteful and beautifully-lit beaver shots, you'll have to cough up some wonga. ®

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