After the Playstaion Portable 1000 came the PSP 3000 and is already a giant step above the rest of the competition. It has only been on the market for a few months. The PSP 3000 has abut seven different designs. Each design will fit different customers needs. The seven different versions range from $170 to $200 depending on the version and the different frills each has on them.
The PSP 3000 has a very slim dimension and weighs in at only seven ounces. The screen is a 4.3 inch LCD and has a lot better color reproduction and less glare than the PSP 1000 and 2000. New to the PSP 3000 is the built-in microphone located just below the screen. It can be used for online communication and can also be used for Skype communication applications. With the microphone already in the console you can use headphones with the 3000. If you don’t want to use headphones the PSP does have external stereo speakers. The volume is alright but nothing spectacular. As I mentioned just a moment ago the PSP 3000 has a built in Skype client so you can call free Skype to Skype or calls to and from regular phones.
The PSP does have a built in Web Browser. The downfall is that while on the web the pictures and graphics get contorted and isn’t something to wright home about. The pages are broken on the screen and lines are running through the picture. The PSP is designed to play games and movies. They load into the PSP into a snap door on the backside of the console. How it looks to me is that Sony is moving more towards the down loadable games and movies. Again I would like to point out that the PSP is primarily a gaming device.
What I think is cool is the Video output. You can invest in some addon cables and plug them into your television and play your games on a bigger screen. The picture is actually pretty good. I thought it might get contorted by going from something so tiny to the big screen, but that was not the case with mine.
I guess in conclusion, what I’m trying to say through out this article is the PSP 3000 is a step above the rest of the competition for now. The PlayStation Portable is primarily for playing games on the go. I hope this writing has helped you understand the world of portable gaming.
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