Summary: A psp is probably the best portable game console to get because you can play loads of games, you can download videos onto it from YouTube or anywhere else, you can put photos on it (which includes slideshow) and you can play music on it.
Summary: The E-1000 does it's job of running UMDs and doing whatever else you want to on it, look at pictures, watch video's or listen to music (primary function of my previous PSP 3000, before it broke :(, memory card broke inside it and I can't get it out so I decided to get a new PSP, saw this and thought...
Summary: This PSP has no WiFi but who cares when you have the same graphics as an ordinary PSP, can play the same games, and still has headphone slot and UMD, massive screen and camera slot, with about £200 off the price, this is a massive bargain.
Summary: I'm not going to type a long review as the details of the device are fantastically well covered by my fellow reviewers. I'm not much for wifi and multiplayer so the fact that this back to basics model has none doesn't really bother me.
Excerpt: The Sony Playstation Portable is without any doubt in my mind the best handheld console available on the market, even today, several years after its worldwide release in 2005. Despite Nintendo's efforts with the DS, DSi, 3DS etc etc the PSP stands tall amongst the waves of new generation games with...
Summary: Being used to the classic PS2, I was very curious about the overall functionning of the PSP, but I gotta say I got used to playing with a PSP in no time, very comfortable to play with, and all the other functions are awesome too!
Summary: This is the budget PSP. No luxuries here - what you see is what you get. For the (significantly) cheaper price it's offered for, the PSP e1000 loses a lot of the features of the older models. There's no Wifi, which means no multiplayer gaming and no easy, on-console access to the PSN store.