Go Cam – If there is one thing that the PlayStation Portable is missing as a multimedia device, it is a built-in webcam.
The Sony PSP already allows for Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) calls to be made, opening up the doors for services like Skype. However, video chat is not an option.
What’s more, while you are carrying around a great multimedia gadget, the lack of a camera renders it useless for a lot tasks.
And that’s where the Sony Go! Cam comes in…
Attached to the PSP via the USB connector on top of the system, Go! Cam fits neatly in place enabling you to shoot movies and take pictures wherever you roam. A swivel mount means can pivot the camera lens 180 degree – either facing in the same direction as the screen or directly away, and anywhere in between.
The camera has a 1.3 megapixel sensor, thus letting you click photographs of 1280×960 pixel in resolution and video of 480×272 pixel at 30 framer per second.
With a 4 GB GB Memory Stick Duo inserted in your PSP, you can record around 90 minutes of video footage at the highest quality, instantly being able to playback the action on the PSP’s gorgeous screen.
With the camera and the gorgeous screen, the battery life varies widely depending on application from less than three hours while accessing a wireless network and having screen brightness on its highest setting, to more than 11 hours during MP3 playback with the screen turned off. An extended-life 2200 mAh battery will increase this by approximately 20 per cent.
A sleep mode is also available that uses minimal battery power to keep the system’s RAM active, allowing for ‘instant on’ functionality. A system is sleep mode (with a dully charged battery) has been shown to lose an average of only 1 per cent battery life per 24-hour period.
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