The most powerful handheld gaming system on the planet! The PSP has been blowing people away ever since it’s release in the UK in 2005.
The PSP 3000, sometimes called the PSP Slim & Lite, has a vastly superior screen over previous versions. It is also 19% thinner and 33% lighter than the original PSP system.
With 16GB of internal flash memory and the capacity for more storage via the Sony Memory Stick, the PSP Go! is the ultimate system for on the move.
The PlayStation Portable, usually abbreviated to PSP, was first released in the UK on 1 September 2005 for £179. More powerful than the popular Nintendo DS, Sony has seen sales increase huge amounts over the last few years due to hardware upgrades.
The current design of the PSP looks almost identical to it’s original form however the PSP 2000 and PSP 3000 have seen the console become much lighter, faster and feature rich.
The PSP Go! is Sony’s latest version of the Playstation Portable. Instead of using Universal Media Discs (UMD), all games are downloaded directly from the Playstation Network store. The Go! is 35% smaller than the PSP 3000 and around 16% lighter. The only drawback is you can only download games directly; i.e. PSP UMD’s don’t work on the go.
The PSP is a great option for those who are looking to play cutting edge games on a portable device.