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Sony PSP go 16 GB Piano Black Handheld System

Sony PSP go 16 GB Piano Black Handheld System

Sony PSP-N1000 is a handheld system that supports wireless Internet connectivity. Thanks to the integrated MIPS R4000 processor along with 64 MB RAM and 3.8-inch display, this piano black Sony handheld system offers seamless gaming experience. Furthermore, the 16 GB storage provides enough room for your favorite games.
Author's Rating: Rating: 4/5 stars
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By:   huntilla
Jul 18, 2010
Sony PSP go 16 GB Piano Black Handheld System

psp vs ps3

Author's Rating: Rating: 4/5 stars

Pros: The psp is portable, but the ps3 plays higher quality games.

Cons: Psp doesn't have two joysticks and L2 and R2. Ps3 does.

The Bottom Line: 
If you need a portable console it is the best one out there, I recomend it because of the amount of "stuff" you can do.

Author's Review
If you are looking to get a new game system the Sony PSPgo is in my opinion overpriced, if you wanted to spend that much money just add $50 more and you can get a ps3. But the psp is portable and the ps3 is a console. The psp has a sleek feeling and has 16gigabytes plus a micro SD card slot to add more memory. It has sleek trigger fingers and are chrome. There is a comfortable joystick and easy to press black and white start and select buttons. The x square and triangle buttons are easily press able for even small children. But with technology to satisfy an average software guru.They are portable enough to fit in your pocket and big enough to fit comfortably in your hands. I thing a clever innovation that separates it from the rest of the psp types is the grip strips on the back of the psp. The games can be very cheap to buy and you don't have to worry about loss or damage because you save them in the psp. With the PlayStation store built in you can get games directly in the psp (through wifi download) or you can download and install it through a personal computer. It may be overpriced at first but it is worth it for the gamer.

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