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PSPgo - Pearl White
- No UMD design makes for a quieter, more energy efficient device.
- Slide out control design to maximize the ultra-crisp 3.8" LCD screen functionality.
- 16GB of built-in flash memory for file storage and removable memory expansion via memory stick.
- The ability to download games, movies, TV and other media directly from the PlayStation Network to your PSP Go.
- Bluetooth support for skype headsets and other devices.
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To be honest, I love the hardware, its cool, no worries. Smaller buttons, yeah, well, its ok. I don't mind. I have man hands and I can make it work. I really like the controls being under the screen, I don't have to hold up the PSP as high, it just "feels" better. I love the sliding mechanism. Some themes you can get make it so that when you slide it shut, a clock appears. Its really cool. Some of the controls, like the volume control, are in a truly irritating place. But its small, and portable, and sacrifices were made and I'm ok with that. I am a Sony guy, I love their stuff, and once again the Sony hardware team does not disappoint!
Problem is, when you roll a piece of hardware that has no UMD slot, you better have some awesome supporting infrastructure. And we know what cool supporting infrastructure is thanks to the iPhone and its Appstore.
There are a lot more games for the iphone than for the PSP. But the PSP is supposed to be a better, pedigreed gaming machine. We all know it. There are more Mustangs than Ferraris out there and most of us would rather have a Ferrari. And as for the gobs of games for the iphone, over 20,000 I think, how many games does one need, anyway? And most of them are junk.
So i was really excited about the PSPgo. Sony knows games and gaming systems. The PSPgo should smoke any wimpy touch screen gaming "system". And in terms of hardware, I think it does.
But the PSP go has its own issues.Read more ›
The Go gets rid of the UMD feature of all of the previous PSPs and embraces the digital world in a remarkable way for a gaming device. Without getting too far into the "owning versus not owning debate" (let's keep this civil), a lot of people have flocked to the iPhone's bite-sized, digital-only gaming and Sony's new direction is pretty much inevitable. If a way of presenting games is making money, a company will always follow suit. The problem is that with the lack of a UMD drive, Sony's faithful who've purchased at least one PSP in the past are left high and dry. For individuals who have a nice UMD collection going, this move can only be met (and has understandably been met) with vitriol, with calls of "why are you ignoring us?" There was talk, at one point, of having a UMD transfer system that would allow gamers to somehow turn their UMD into a digital purchase. This was scrapped in the USA even though, from the sounds of it, Sony Europe still has a program for some games. Then there's the issue of the price. Buyers can easily purchase the slightly older PSP-3000 for about $170, $80 less than the PSP Go's $250 price point.Read more ›
I sold my PSP1000 this summer to fund the purchase of a replacement xbox that RROD'd on me. I've been wanting to get another PSP since, especially with the advancement of PSN games and PS1 games on the PS Store. The PSP Go only fueled my desire to get another PSP. One of my biggest gripes with the PSP1000 (which applies to the 2000 and 3000 as well) was the UMD drive and not-so-portable size.
Size. The Go really is small. You won't realize how small it is until you've actually handled one. It is only a fraction larger than my cell phone. I know some people put it in their pockets, and it certainly is small enough to do that, however I do not for fear of scratching the screen. But it can be carried anywhere in a pocket, unlike the previous models.
Screen. Coming from a 1000 unit, the screen is much brighter and much more vibrant colors. It looks gorgeous and the games really pop!
Analog Stick. Much more improved feel, added resistance.
Buttons. There is much less travel, and almost a "click" to the buttons. I much prefer that, as the older models' buttons just felt too mushy. Even the L/R buttons are better. Many have complained that they are hard to reach. People, you don't have to wrap your fingers all the way around the buttons! Just tap the tip that overlaps the side of the unit to press the buttons, they were designed that way!!
Bluetooth. This is incredible. I have a nice set of bluetooth headphones that I love to use with the system. Not necessary, but just a bonus.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's glossy, it sparkles, it's compact, it's quite the device.
It doesn't play UMD's, but that doesn't really hamper it since if you have lots of digital games, coupled... Read more
This is an awesome unit, ignore the negative reviews, once unlocked its amazing, cant tell you how to unlock this item, but i can tell you it has amazing potential if you... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JohnnyE
Refurbished unit with no scratches or any markings. Didn't come with the box, but I didn't expect it to. Super easy to flash the custom rom to play emulated games.Published 2 months ago by Dennis W
Perfect. Factory sealed just like they said. I paid what most wouldn't but I did for a reason. Couldn't be more satisfied and I haven't even turned on the device yet!Published 2 months ago by Tony Diaz
The PSP Go is one of the most underrated and sweet gaming devices ever.Published 2 months ago by antdroid
WORST DESCRIPTION EVER. this item was listed as brand new yet it did not come in the original box and it has chips and faded painting on the back, it doesn't connect to my wifi and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Vince Lord