Alright, put that Hi8 camcorder away, stop listening to those cassette tapes and for the love of Blu-ray, hide that Betamax player!
There’s no reason to hang on to technology from the 80’s (or the 90’s for that matter). We understand, years ago, before AOTS, there was no way you could know that laser discs weren’t going to make a comeback.
Now, there are people to help you sort out that kind of stuff. Please, accept the help. You don’t want your friends and family to perform a gadget intervention, do you?
Today, we're going to review the new Sony PSP.
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Sony PSP 2000
A good deal lighter and slimmer than old model
AV output letting you play games on your TV is major (progressive scan only)
Improved memory means improved game load times
Controls are more responsive, better D-pad
New USB charging feature is unnecessary, as it takes twice as long to charge as standard adapter
No improvement in volume
Screen is too reflective and picks up fingerprints
New game tray feels flimsy
We have the Daxter Entertainment Pack, which comes with a Daxter game, a Family Guy UMD video and a 1 gig memory stick for $200
You can pick up a PSP only package for $170
Keep your eyes peeled for a Star Wars Entertainment Pack next month; it’s a white PSP with a black Darth Vader monogram and comes with Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron