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Sony PSP Consoles

Although it has been largely superseded by the PlayStation Vita, there are still plenty of reasons to consider PSP consoles for your portable gaming needs. Ranging from the original PSP through the smaller PSPgo and budget PSP Street, it offers a wide range of portable gaming consoles to meet any taste or budget.

Original PSP

While the original Sony PSP PAL video game console was only the first in a range of subsequent later models, it's still popular with enthusiasts because it's the most hackable model. Unlike later PSPs, this model allows you to change the firmware so that you can add other software that was not intended by Sony. It has no user memory, but does support both UMD disks and Sony's Memory Stick PRO Duo.

PSP Slim & Lite

The second and third generations of the PSP, officially the 2000 and 3000 series, are better known as the PSP Slim & Lite due to the reduced size in comparison to the original. In addition to the smaller size, these models also provided progressively brighter screens and support for Skype video conferencing as well as video out.


With the PSPgo, Sony ditched the UMD drive in exchange for 16 GB of internal memory, which for the first time was opened up to the user. It features a slightly smaller screen, mounted on a sliding mechanism that covers the controls when not in use. The end result is a console you really can put in your pocket, unlike its predecessors. This model also swapped the Memory Stick PRO Duo for a Memory Stick Micro (M2).

PSP Accessories

You can deck out your console with a number of Sony PSP video game accessories, ranging from cases and covers to additional chargers. Pick up a memory expansion, and you can download additional games to your library. Early models even support replaceable batteries, so you can increase your playing time.

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