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  • Philips 5-in-1 Portable Video Game Charger


    I suppose some of us out there have our streams crossed and are as equally addicted to Brain Age as Liberty City Stories. Unfortunately, traveling with multiple portable game systems means traveling with multiple charge cords. Philips Universal Handheld Travel Charger & Adaptor 5-in-1 charger juices up your Nintendo DS, Nintendo DS Lite, Nintendo GBA, Nintendo GBA Micro, and PSP (although… Read More

  • Nyko's New Charger Grips For PSP

    If you’re like me and have serious problems holding your PSP in your hand while trying to watch a movie, you may want to check out Nyko’s new Charger Grips. Other than offering a more comforting experience while you use your PSP, the Charger Grips will give you an extra 1.5x of play time, along with the ability to hold the PSP steady without hitting the bumper buttons while… Read More

  • ADS Tech's Instant Video To-Go Converts Video For Mobile Devices


    See how happy this girl is? It’s because she used ADS Tech’s Instant Video To-Go to transfer video from her Windows PC to her portable video player, such as an Apple iPod or Sony PSP. Instead of using software alone to handle the conversion, ADS set it up so that this USB drive does the H.264 conversion instead. The hardware-based coversion is up to five times faster than relying… Read More

  • Fox News Attacks Sony PlayStation Portable

    I’m all for bashing the Sony PSP — it’s an overpriced handheld with a slew of awful games, but this is absolutely ridiculous. Fox 29 News is attacking the PSP for its WiFi capabilities. One of the good things about the handheld device is that it supports multiplayer and web browsing via WiFi (it’s one of the few things that justify the PSP’s price). Fox 29 News… Read More

  • PSP Cell Phone With Nintendo Emulator

    The PSP-clone cell phone is another ultra-cool phone that will probably never reach American shores. Released by TJR of China, the V191 PSP -clone cell phone features video playback (AVI), music playback (MP3, MPEG-4), a microSD memory card slot, a 1.3-megapixel camera and a touch-screen display. The V191 does not have the analog stick found on the original PSP, nor does it have a UMD drive. Read More

  • Colored PSPs Due Soon – Too Little Too Late?

    Seeing as Nintendo’s DS is dominating the sales charts – both portable and non-portable – Sony has to find a way to stem the tide and compete. Their solution? No, it’s not making better games or more interesting media content, it’s making colored PSPs. Yes, on November 22, you can get your own Blue, Silver or Pink PSP. Just like you’ve never wanted. There… Read More

  • Who is the King of Displays: PSP or DS Lite?

    PC Mag’s like the guy at the party who has to explain the joke to everyone and thus, taking all the fun out of the joke. This time they turn their Aspergers-like analytical powers to the PSP and DS Lite, examining which one of the two screens is the winner. The DS is made up of two 3.0-inch, 4:3 ratio screens – one of which is touch sensitive – whereas the PSP only has… Read More

  • Holiday Portable Media Player Guide: What's Right for You?

    There are loads of PMP choices—not all of them from Apple—that are worthy of being carried around and fondled as you go about your day. What’s right for you may not be right for the businessman who commutes two hours, or the athlete who burns more calories sneezing than you do the entire day. We know you don’t fit into any one “demographic,” but we… Read More

  • Sony Releasing Two New PSPs Next Spring?


    According to some analysts, Sony is going to be refreshing its PSP line in order to revive its flagging portable gaming console. So far various rumors say one of these models will have 8GB of built-in flash, while the other will have a hard drive. There weren’t any details on how large the hard drive would be, but we’re guessing something on the order of iPod size, or else… Read More

  • PSP Extra Analog Stick Mod

    I think there’s enough evidence out there to officially say that the PSP isn’t the best portable option for a gamer. We’ve got a few titles coming up including Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops, but we all know it isn’t going to save the Playstation Portable. However, the lack of good games weren’t the only obstacle for the PSP. The portable console also faced… Read More

  • No PSP Price Cut In Sight

    Sony today announced that it had no plans to drop the price of the PSP in the final months of 2006. It’s almost as if Sony is using its high prices as a selling point. Like, “Our stuff costs more, so it’s clearly better.” It is of note to consider though that the available games on the PSP is expanding rapidly and with the PS3 dropping soon, those who own both the PS3… Read More

  • Easy Recorder 2: Video On PSP Made Easy

    Hooray for more DVRs! The Easy Recorder 2 from Hagiwara Sys-Com, is geared mainly toward the PSP, though it can also function on any other device that can stream MPEG-4 from a Memory Stick Duo or PRO Duo. With that said, all you have to do is connect the Easy Recorder 2 to your TV via standard video inputs and it will directly record onto a Memory Stick Duo or PRO Duo. The $140 device… Read More

  • PSP Touch Screen

    The PSP TouchMe is a touch screen that connects to the PSP via USB and lies over the PSP’s original screen. TouchMe is homebrew-based device that will only work with specific homebrew software, so don’t expect to Sony to start licensing games that have touch screen compatibility. Cool either way though, right? The TouchMe mounts onto the PSP by screwing into the top of the PSP and… Read More

  • Field Stripping a PSP

    Strange Persian techno mashup music aside – just turn down your speakers – this guide to taking apart your PSP is fairly ingenious. The guy does it in about 9 minutes, which might be a bit long for some people, but at least now you know how to void your warranty. Take apart a PSP In minutes.. [MobilityToday] Read More

  • Nodus Psyclone PSP Speaker Dock

    For those of you who own a PSP and want a mini home theater system with you on the go, the Psyclone PSP speaker dock is another PSP accessory to add to your list. The Psyclone features Sonic Impact’s Class T Amp Technology, which fills the room with extreme clarity at all frequencies. All the standards are also here: Remote control, built-in charger and TV-Out. It would be really cool… Read More

  • PSP Memory Doubler Defies Laws of Nature, God

    Your PSP has one lousy card slot for your Memory Stick. You want two card slots. What do you do? Buy another PSP, that’s what, you immoral nerd. It’d be better than being seen by the rest of the town with this abomination attached to your gaming device. It’s got a dongle, see, that goes where your Memory Stick goes, and then two slots, for two Sticks. Your Memory Stick goes… Read More

  • TGS 06: PSPs Go Silver

    Since Sony Europe had already announced the release of the pink PSP in October, Sony needed something new and fresh for their Playstation Portables at Tokyo Game Show this year. So Sony Japan announced that Japan will be getting a silver PSP. I’m not gonna lie–the silver PSP is hot! But this still doesn’t solve the bigger problem of, you know, the Nintendo DS owning the… Read More

  • TGS 06: Sony Debuts PSP GPS

    For the first time ever, the PSP’s new GPS receiver was out in the public at the Sony booth at Tokyo Game Show. According to Gamespot, there was no touching and no photography allowed of the actual GPS receiver. Gamespot also got some stats on the peripheral: The receiver is extremely compact at less than two square inches (45mm x 41mm x 17mm), meaning it’s a little bigger than… Read More

  • Gamexpert Phase 4 PSP Hi-Fi

    This is one of those products that you have to stop and ask yourself, “Is this really necessary?” Aside from being horrendously obtrusive and clunky, Gamexpert 4 PSP Hi-Fi adds 23 watts of stereo sound through two mid-range drivers and a down-facing subwoofer. The dock features an auxiliary input so that you can hookup something else instead of your PSP. It also includes a… Read More

  • Nodus Psyclone PSP Dock

    Designed for the PSP, the Nodus Psyclone dock actually looks like something you wouldn’t be ashamed to show around the house. There’s an integrated T-Amp, which improves sound quality for when you’re watching a UMD, listening to music, or viewing a movie off your memory stick. Because of the way the PSP is positioned inside the speakers, there’s practically no way you… Read More