|Sony releases its newest, smallest and mightiest Play Station Portable system, the PSP-Go. As compared to its predecessors, it is much smaller that it fits well in your pocket, thus, portable and easy to carry. It comes in an ultra-portable sleek, slide screen design about 43 percent lighter than the original PSP system. While its predecessorís means of playing media was via a built-in Universal Media Disc (UMD) drive, the PSP Go no longer uses UMD and instead relies on a media solution combining download functionality via Sony's PlayStation Network, larger onboard storage capacity and removable Memory Stick Duo support. It has a 16 GB built-in memory and comes with a Memory Stick Micro for added memory.
Varieties of applications and entertainment like music, video, communication, wireless networking and, most of all, gaming can be handled by PSP-Go. All PSP formatted games are compatible with the PSP Go. With its ultra-crisp 3.8-inch wide screen LCD display which works well under different conditions, users will surely enjoy top-quality 3D games with premium, full-motion video, and high-fidelity audio. It can even be used as an audio player as it has the ability to play MP3, WAV, WMA, ATRAC3+, and MP4 files.
Other major features include Bluetooth support that allows one to use headsets and PS3 wireless controllers. It has built-in Wi-Fi capabilities for access to the Internet from any accessible hotspot to surf the Web, check e-mail and visit the PlayStation Store to download games or even update your system and game software in just a matter of seconds. It allows calls using its built-in Skype connection. PSP-Goís Wi-fi connection allows one to join other online gamers over the Internet. Likewise, an ad hoc enabled multiplayer game allows PSP players to play together in short distances. Using the PSP-Go also allows one to connect over an Internet radio, LocationFree TV, RSS feeds and Remote Play via broadband connection.
Posted 2010-09-10 and updated on Oct 01, 2010 12:49pm by richard opinion