Sony PlayStation Portable PSP-2000 Portable Gaming Console and Media Player Review
12 March 2008
Conclusion: The combination of design specs and available features really put the PSP in a class by itself. Making serious comparison to either the Nintendo DS as a gaming device or the iPod as a multimedia player would be a futile effort.
Conclusion: Who wouldn't love a console that looks like a $500 ultra-modern and cool device, has Sony behind it, a great list of rollout titles and a widescreen that can't be beat? Throw in movie playback, an MP3 player, stereo, a photo viewer, stereo output, standard 802.11b WiFi and geat gaming ergonomics,...
Excerpt: It's two-fisted entertainment!Over the past quarter-century, consumers have been bombarded by portable electronics. From the Walkman, to the PDA, to video players and handheld games of every description, the allure of technology-to-go has proven irresistible.
Excerpt: Introduction Let me come right out and say that in the 20-plus years that I have played video games, from the Atari 2600 to the Microsoft X-Box and Sony PS2, I have never been more enthusiastic about a video game system than the handheld Sony PSP.
Excerpt: In the past Nintendo has dominated the portable gaming market with its variations of the Game Boy handheld system (Original, Pocket, Color, Advance, Advance SP, and DS). Many inventive attempts have been made to rival Nintendo's firm grip.
Conclusion: So is the PSP worth it? Well, if you have an I-Pod then the music function won’t interest you in the slightest as, though if you wear the supplied headphones people might think you have one (they’re white like Apple’s).
Excerpt: The Dynamic Sony PSP Playstation Portable Console The Sony PSP puts the renowned gaming power of PlayStation in your pocket. With a wide range of games and movies to offer from simple, yet addictive, pick up and play titles that everyone can enjoy to more challenging titles for the experienced...