Sony PSP2 5
Sony PS-P2.5, size: 1.7 MB
Part Number: RFCM2-PSP
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Sony& 39;s PSP2, codenamed NGP, playing Uncharted
User reviews and opinions
|IainMcPhee||3:41am on Thursday, November 4th, 2010|
|Homebrew applications are where its at if this wasnt so easy to modify I would not have purchased it. Overall the PSP is awesome, I love the graphics and the sound. Ive had a nintendo DS since launch and just assumed it was superior.|
|macolandro||8:45am on Thursday, September 30th, 2010|
|I would recommend it to anyone that wants to play awesome games with amazing graphics. You could also watch movies, listen to music.|
|Luzius||9:23am on Monday, September 27th, 2010|
|I would never have been able to find the spare cash to spend on one of these. Get a decent deal at www.thefreescene.co.uk basically free! its the new craze in the UK and USA Get a decent deal at www.thefreescene.co. Overall i highly recommend this games console, and i highly recommend you check out www.gaming4free.co.|
|Disposable001||3:13am on Friday, September 24th, 2010|
|too little for the price BE WARNED, THIS IS JUST THE CONSOLE! There isnt even a pc to psp cable included. other than that, lots of fun, but pricy|
|jackjak||4:30am on Sunday, September 12th, 2010|
|It is very light weight....AMAZING graphics and holds tonz of information! "Easy To Set Up","Great Graphics","Fast","Lots of Game Choices". I play alot of games.Perfect to play it anywhere. perfect for trips. "Lots of Game Choices","Handles Lots of Players","Easy To Set Up","Fast".|
|Aboulafia||3:30am on Thursday, August 19th, 2010|
|This game system is unlike anything else. It can download blu-ray movies, watch and make videos, take and share photos,and plays great games. The Psp is a Gaming system ofcorse, it plays moveis lissens to music and can chat to other psps. It also has WiFi.|
|nano2k||3:49am on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010|
|i have had my psp for around 6 months and although i dont play on it a great deal it seems to be something i go back to. i have had my psp for around 6 months and although i dont play on it a great deal it seems to be something i go back to. This has to be one of my favourite games consoles.|
|openoffice_dave||4:08am on Saturday, June 26th, 2010|
|Great for playing on the go but some issues First of all I really enjoy the PSP for its primary purpose of playing games on the go. Sony PSP 3000 product was decribed as being like new, when it came it was grubby and the memory card slot didnt work so i returned the product.|
|wolfo||1:02am on Sunday, June 6th, 2010|
|Its great, but get a protective shell I love the big screen and ability to plug it into a tv, but it wouldnt let me play my games. it;s a very good investment to get this Star Wars bundle. I strongly recommend this psp with Darth Vader on it. awesome psp 2000 white.|
|Almorca||6:33am on Sunday, May 23rd, 2010|
|it;s a very good investment to get this Star ... awesome psp 2000 white. great game for Star Wars fans like me. it;s a very good investment to get this Star Wars bundle. I strongly recommend this psp with Darth Vader on it. awesome psp 2000 white.|
|Wim||11:30pm on Saturday, May 8th, 2010|
|Hip ... hip ... hooray x2 After waiting long enough, eventually PSP Slim can be bought as well. Ok to start from where you?|
|Andre||8:49am on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010|
|This the best for the money. Wish it could be a cell phone also. Big screen, music player, movie player,internet access and alot more none|
|kaiwen||6:28pm on Friday, April 2nd, 2010|
|This is a must have for anyone that likes to watch movies, play games or even surf the web. Great screen resolution, expandable, good selection of games. Good battery life and remaining battery indicator. EZ flash update via WiFi. Dell has been very good with all of the other purchases i have made. I guess there is bound to be a bad experience once in a while.|
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27 January 2011
By: Alex Vochin, Technology Editor
PlayStation Suite Might Ultimately Kill Of the PSP2 (Next Generation Portable)
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Today has been quite a huge day for Sony, the Japanese company revealing not only the next-generation PSP, but also another very interesting initiative, called PlayStation Suite, meant to bring the whole PlayStation universe to Android devices, including here the company's future PSP Phone, most likely set to be revealed in a couple of week's time, at MWC. And to be perfectly honest, I've been quite impressed, at least at first, with what the PSP2 (or NGP, if you prefer) has to offer, in terms of hardware configuration: hands down, the combo of a quad-core CPU with a quad-core GPU, plus the extensive controls are something to drool over. Or, better said, would have been something to drool over, had they been released back when the PSP Go first made an appearance. However, many things have changed in the field of mobile gaming since 2009, with games in the forms of apps for Android and iOS platforms becoming more and more interesting and lucrative, both for users and developers. Right now, Apple's iPhone (and the iPad, to a lesser extent) is one of the most portable gaming platforms out there, being particularly favored by casual gamers, or people who want to fill up their commuting or spare time with some quick gaming. And this is more or less the same niche the PSP2 targets, but we'd dare to say that taking on the App store will be a pretty tough call for Sony. Sure, they'll have plenty of interesting and exclusive games, that the powerful PSP2 will be able to render perfectly, but will they find enough people willing to spend even more money on a device that will deliver only a marginally better experience than the one offered by their PlayStation Suite - enabled super-smartphone? Practically, from where I am standing, Sony now offers not only the promise of the ultimate mobile gaming console (because that's what the PSP2 is, the device, in its current form, having no competitor in terms of power and features), but also the possibility to turn any powerful-enough Android device into a direct competitor for the NGP. Not particularly enticing for customers, is it now? And we must also remember that there's also the Nindendo 3DS looming in the shadows, and it remains to be seen whether the cool factor brought about by its glasses-free 3D display will manage to turn it into a serious contender on the portable gaming market, worthy of its legacy. So, to sum things up and draw some conclusions: will the PSP2 (or NGP, or whatever you might want to call it) be a huge success in terms of sales? Well, to be perfectly honest, I tend to believe that this will NOT be the case, especially since we still have to wait quite a lot before it arrives on the market, and many things will change until then.
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I mean, there's plenty of time for the super smartphones and 2'nd generation tablets to already make a strong presence on the portable gaming solutions' segment, their enhanced gaming capabilities and easy access to dedicated games in the forms of apps making the PSP2 somewhat of an uber-powerful device that targets everyone and nobody in particular. On the other hand, Sony might also market the PSP2 as an all-around portable multimedia device, one that could easily take on 5-inch Internet tablets, but, while this move might actually boost sales (well, at least to some extent), then again, this particular niche is not exactly the most popular one as far as current tablets are concerned. Of course, hardcore fans of the PSP and serious gamers will certainly adopt the PSP2 with open-arms, as they did before with just about everything else the company had in store. But as far as the mainstream segment is concerned, we'd dare to say that the PSP2 might ultimately turn out to be a flop, with the PlayStation Suite being Sony's true shining star and money maker. And if you don't really agree with this conclusion, take a minute to ask yourselves, after previously considering your finances and lifestyle: what would you rather go for, an Android-running smartphone (perhaps even the PSP Phone) that supports the PlayStation Suite, but that can also deliver some extra features, or a dedicated (and expensive) gaming device?
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