Reviews and Problems with Sony PSP Slim & Lite
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Sony PSP Slim PSP-2000 Review
27 March 2009
There is nothing revolutionary about the new slim PSP. Sony has simply slightly updated the old PSP for a more slim profile and added TV out. For owners of existing PSP’s keep your money unless you really need the TV out feature. The Sony PSP is still one of the best portable gaming systems around.
Pros: Slimmer profile, Faster load times, Optional TV out
Cons: No interesting new features, Glossy back is slippery, Fingerprint magnet
Summary: When the Sony PlayStation Portable launched, it was a must-have purchase: it looked cool, had a great screen for games and even its own dedicated movie format. Nintendo had to rush through a better-looking DS. The PSP raised the portable gaming bar. Now, though, with the DS Lite selling well and the UMD movie format proving a bust, the PSP has been reborn as the PSP Slim & Lite. But if you’re expecting something radically different, think again.
Excerpt: La PSP Slim , que Sony a baptisé PSP 2000, se déclinera en deux versions : une PSP Slim noire vendue seule ou le pack "Daxter Entertainment", qui inclut une PSP Slim argentée, un jeu, une vidéo UMD et une carte Memory Stick Duo de 1 Go. Un pack Star Wars similaire suivra, incluant une PSP Slim blanche ornée d'un monogramme Dark Vador noir et un jeu Star Wars, mais sans carte MS Duo.