Cons: Device screen went bad within warranty period only three months after we bought it. Sent it to them they said the screen is not covered on warranty. They lie to you on the phone about their warranty. Product is junk do not buy.
Pros: The epic games and impressive visual quality The veritably awesome multi-media capability The (with firmware updates) use of network capabilities The convenient (and good-looking) form factor. Cross-over to the similarly brilliant PS3
Cons: Shortish battery life with Wi-Fi Lack of PSN integration Weak Wi-Fi coverage, both Infrastructure, and Ad-Hoc
Summary: I own the white Japanese version of the PSP, and I absolutely love it! I was actually in the market for a MP3 player before I stumbled on this. Here is what to consider if you are planning to purchase the Japanese version psp. First of all, it DOES play both U.S. and Japanese branded games, and it is compatible with U.S. memory card, just in case anyone is concerned.
Pros: Built in Wi-Fi for using with it's integrated web browser and Skype You can update the PSP's software without connecting it with a cable ( Wi-Fi Needed ) Not just a consle that play's games you can aslo upload music,video,and picture's.
Cons: Extremely expensive memory stick duo card's ( 20$ for only 2GB! ) Terrible Speaker's UMD load times take forever Attracts allot of fingerprint's Poor battery life for a console made to play game's