quote XhizorsAren't Delete and Escape on opposite sides of the keyboard? I know they are on my U.S. QWERTY Keyboard...Haha. When I use somebody's else keyboard, I always press the wrong keys. Same for Delete and Escape.
quote Luigi PanacheIt is 'games', isn't it?Well Go! Get One (Oh Wait, They're Not Out Yet...)
This is a pre-release picture of the yet to be out PSP Go!:
The official way of naming this newest PSP according to Sony is either PSPgo or PSP go, but I saw PSP Go! one time and I like it much better. So from here on in I'll call it the PSP Go!.
The newest announced PSP from Sony, dubbed the PSP Go! by me, is scheduled for release on October 1, 2009. It has model number PSP-N1000, and will most likely follow the same region number scheme as the 3000.
The PSP Go! most likely has the same CPU, GPU, and Wi-Fi specifications as the 3000, but it also has a few major changes. Namely, there is no longer a UMD drive on the Go!. Instead, the Go! comes with 16 GB of memory built in. This can be doubled by inserting a 16 GB Memory Stick Micro into the MSM (Memory Stick Micro) slot. Thus, all your purchases of ga,es will; have to come from the PSN (Playstation Network) Store. Additionally, the PSP Go! features a built in Bluetooth connection. As you can see from the picture above, the PSP Go! has a sliding screen, but no touch screen. It is "43% lighter and 56% smaller than the original PSP [Phat]" according to Sony. The screen is also slightly smaller than the other PSP models, at 9.65 cm (3.8 inches) compared to the older models' 4.3 inch (10.922 cm) screens.
As far as it comes to homebrew on the PSP Go!, we will have to wait for its release. One would assume the security on the Go! is equal to or greater than the security on the 3000. Additionally, it is almost certain that the Go! will come pre-packaged with a firmware above the current exploitable ones.
If you do plan on getting a PSP Go!, then you are very patient for, or do not want homebrew. You have a sturdy internet connection for downloading games, and you want something a little more portable.
A section on the UMD and Memory Stick is soon to come.
This message was edited by Luigi Panache on Jun 25 2009.
quote Luigi PanacheYou don't need to thank us.Thanks guys, it really means a lot to me!
I've updated it to include the PSP 3000. Read away!
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