Doesnt look much different.
will be interesting to see if the open firmware still works on it. Overclocking has been available with that for ages.
It seems that Sony's PlayStation Portable (PSP) has been working out and lost some of its puppy fat, resulting in a re-designed Sony handheld console that's 33 per cent lighter and 19 per cent slimmer - as predicted almost a year ago. PSP The PSP has now lost some of its bulk The announcement, made at the E3 games show in …
After all the billions spent on blu-movies-ray ps3, they skimped on all that and just kept it pretty much the same.
3 years old and still doing quite well. Screens good enough, buttons need a bit improving, games are getting better now that developers are experienced at it.
For the late twenty and thirty-somethings its a beautiful machine. better than dated hardware of DS
Now the only question is if Microsoft will come up with a killer product.
Sales of ipods have dropped like a stone since the Zune was launched.
The BSOD on a small screen. Oh wow. Cant wait!
No question it's the most beautiful handheld about, but my GP2x, with it's nasty on/off switch and "smaller than the PSP" screen can run loads of free stuff, takes cheap SD, rechargable double As, plays DivX, loads of emulators, USB drives etc. for £125, rather than the £200 PSP with £30 a pop games and £20 films.
Now, when the get Linux running native on any PSP without a hack, that will be something.... (where did I put that dead badger?)
Wheres the Touch Screen, the Better Analog Joystick, the redesign. Sony havnt got a clue at the moment. Look at the PS3 its overpriced, Song PSP loading times are to long, the joystick is naff. Nintendo redesigned the DS and look at the sexy beast now. Sony must be in deep trouble
'Sales of ipods have dropped like a stone since the Zune was launched.'
Apple iPod sales have continued to grow, while sales of the Zune have only in the last month reached one million. So not the stampede that Microsoft was looking for.
iPod leviathan shows no signs of slowing yet (but nothing is forever).
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