Product Reviews (65)
I got my psp as soon as I could at...
Strengths: Graphics,Games,and accesories in Bundle Pack
Weakness: Somewhat difficult to get video on to memory stick duo. Very fragile system. Price is high and battery life is low.
I got my psp as soon as I could at a local store for $300 with a game + tax and have been playing games and loading photos,music and video on to it. Transfering video onto the memory stick duo is tricky. Transfering video is the most difficult since you need to create a special folder in the root directory. You can only put video into this folder if you convert it into MPEG-4. I did some browsing on the internet and found out how to do this. It would have been nice of sony to provide software that converts your video to MPEG-4. My psp also came with about 8 dead pixels which is a dissapointment but is mostly unnoticeable since there are almost 17 million pixels crammed on the 4.3 inch screen. The screen on Sony's new system is also easily scratched and the PSP itself is very fragile. I would suggest a shock and screen protector. If you are looking to put music,photos and movies on your PSP you should buy another memory stick duo. There are also many great aspects of the PSP. It delivers stunning graphics for games and movies alike. This system plays UMD discs for Games,Movies and Music. Although I don't think there will be music on UMD discs besides the sample disc Sony gives you. The accesories that were provided in the bundle pack are great: psp,memory stick duo (32mb), headphones and remote (similar to the apple ipods remote and headphones),Ac adaptor with power cord, wrist strap, pouch,cleaning cloth,UMD sampler and, if you are one of the first million people to buy the PSP, you get a UMD version of Spider Man 2 the movie. Other UMD videos are expected to be released on April 19. The PSP also has wireless capabilities with multiple PSP's. You can also play games with other PSP gamers on the internet via usb cable. (I have not used the wireless or internet capabilities yet. Everything else has been tested by me) Overall the PSP tackles games,music and photos very well. I have heard sony may come out with a camera attachment and will most likely improve the PSP further. I would suggest this system to any gamer and portable media fanatic who is willing to drop $300 and maintain this fragile system.
By Gamer411 - Mar 26, 2005
The PSP is truly an amazing...
Strengths: Amazing Screen Size, Graphics are beautiful, Vibrant Colors.
Weakness: Battery Life, Some Units Have Dead Pixels, Sound is a little weak.
The PSP is truly an amazing machine. I bought it at a chain store at launch. The first unit I got had dead pixels but I got a better one upon return. The screen on this thing is really massive, I love how large and bright it is. With the ability to throw music and vidoes on to a memory stick and play it via the psp is really cool. MP3, DVD, and Game Machine on the go. The battery life is a little weak, but with a Pelican Power Brick that issue isn't too bad. The sound isn't great but what can you really expect from that small of a system, just throw on some headphones and you're golden. If you are don't have one pick one up ASAP or wait til they sell a system only package. The Value Pack was overpriced and really didn't come with anything cool.
By FFMooglestar - Mar 29, 2005
The PSP as a portable video game...
Strengths: -Has a ton of great games already out (Ridge Racer, Wipeout Pure, Lumines, Untold Legends) -In addition to being a Video Game Console, it also plays UMD movies and you can also use it as an MP3 player.
Weakness: - Memory Cards are expensive - Can only play proprietary UMD movies - Screen gets smudges too easily
The PSP as a portable video game console is hands down the best ever produced since the original Nintendo Game Boy. The games are graphically equivalent to the PS2 and beats the Nintendo DS in its collection of awesome video games as well as graphics and "sleekness." The PSP is the Apple IPOD of Portable Video Game consoles.
With that being said do not think of this as a movie or mp3 player. The UMD (Universal Media Disc) movies have to be bought separately for ~13+ dollars each and can only be played on the PSP. Also, in order to store music you would need a Memory Stick Pro DUO card, at least 512mb, which cost more than $50. The 1 gb DUO cards are scarce and cost $100+. So this is not an IPOD replacement. THose are just additional features you can utilize once in a while. Its not meant to be used as an mp3 or Video player.
The PSP, strictly seen as a protable video game console, is the best ever made and is worth every penny. ($250) Games are slightly expensive, but not more than what other consoles charge ($40 -$50).
Bottom Line: Pick up a Sony PSP Today! You Won't Regret IT!!!
By purevim - Apr 10, 2005
Super Sweet Hand-Held !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Strengths: Does almost anything you can think of.
Weakness: Will need to buy a memory stick along with a memory stick reader
This is the BEST hand-held machine you can buy on the market today (I should know I have every GAMEBOY ever made). With the right know-how to you can put pictures, music, videos, games, and even the internet on your PSP. Down sides: you need a pretty big memory card to hold all of the pictures, movies, ect. that you want to take with you where ever you go, and to put the pictures, movies, ect. on to the PSP without having to do alot of work, YOU ARE GOING TO NEED A MEMORY STICK READER! Overall this still is the BEST hand-held ever
By dwalk51 - Sep 14, 2005
For the longest time Nintendo has...
Strengths: Decently Made, Unprecedented style, great array of launch games, very clear 4"+ widescreen, Amazing graphics for a handheld,Analog Control,WiFi,Versatile gaming/entertainment system, Free Spiderman 2
Weakness: Shoddy first release (Too many pixel defects/unit/person), Overpriced "Value Pack" First Release, Not full analog, Proprietary memory format (Memory Stick Duo Pro), Exposed Screen
For the longest time Nintendo has held the title of champion over the handheld console gaming industry. But no longer, the Sony PSP presents itself as Nintendo's biggest threat and in my opinion has the ability to overthrow Nintendo's rule over the handheld market just like they did with the home console market. The PSP, like just about all Sony first console hardware releases, has found itself littered with various defect problems. My own PSP unit has 4+ dead pixels or dust trapped between the screen and the cover. However during gameplay these defects aren't too apparent so they don't affect me too much. On another level it is not acceptable in my opinion to have such defects with such a high priced item (with a high frequency too; I went through 3 PSPs, all had dead pixels) but like I said it doesn't really affect gameplay at all. During games I don't even notice them at all. Now the biggest initial appeal for me was the huge library of games available upon launch and they did not disappoint at all. out of all the launch title I ended up buying 5, and all of them are good to decent on my scale. I'd even be bold enough to say that this has had the best launch lineup of any console I've ever seen released. The inclusion of Wifi gaming with the ability to go online through hotspots just sweetened up the deal. Playing games wirelessly through Ad-Hoc wifi has been relatively flawless with all 5 games that I own. So bottom line in terms of gaming, the PSP is the best recent handheld out there. In terms of style the PSP is unmatched. the Gameboy SP and DS both look like children's toys next to it. As an adult who plays games I often found it almost embarrassing to play the DS or SP in public. However with the PSP this is no longer the case. When people see the PSP they usually respond by saying how neat it is. In terms of design the PSP is definitely number 1 in the handheld market. In addition to all the gaming and style you also get the ability to play movies, mp3s and pictures on the device. Though the whole process is rather rough at the moment and limited it's still leaps and bounds above anything out right now. It's definitely not going to replace my Ipod at the gym, but for some people who don't have an ipod, it will give them a chance to use it for these 2ndary functions. One of my biggest complaints (though it is to be expected) is the use of the proprietary Memory Stick Duo's instead of Secure Digital Cards for memory storage. Of course this is obvious and it is Sony's product but I would really like to see the price of the Pro Duos to drop a significant amount. At this point in time the avg price for a 1GB pro duo I see is around 110+ dollars whereas you can get an SD card of similar size and storage space for 40+. In terms of controls my only complaint would be that the analog nub is not as responsive or easy to use as the full analog stick in racing games. It seems to work fine for untold legends and other types of gaming however. The load times for some of the games are a bit long (ie untold legends) but so far for other games there seems to be no real problem. The avg battery life for me has been around 3-4 hours which is perfectly fine for me since It is just a handheld and I'm never really playing it for anytime longer than that before I get it charged again. All in all I owned a DS before I bought this PSP and needless to say I sold my DS out of dissapointment (no game library and touchscreen became a gimmick). Sure the DS has less loading times and longer battery life, but let me just say I would rather play any game on a PSP for 2 hours rather than any game on the DS for 10 hours.
By zoglog - Mar 30, 2005
The first thing you notice about...
Strengths: Beautiful widescreen LCD. Excellent graphics for a portable. WiFi.
Weakness: Mediocre battery life. Expensive, uses expensive proprietary Memory Stick Duo's.
The first thing you notice about the PSP is the widescreen LCD. It is simply beautiful - one of the nicest screens I have seen on a portable device. The screen is bright, sharp, and the widescreen gives you a large field of view.
The graphics on this system are amazing - leagues ahead of the Game Boy Advance/DS. I would say they are a bit lower than PS2 quality at the moment, though I'm sure they will get better over time. Still, having PS2 level graphics on a portable is a huge step forward.
The PSP is designed as a all-in-one portable media device. In that regard, it fails somewhat. My main complaint is the high price of Memory Stick Duos - they are almost twice as expensive as compactflash or secure digital cards. As a result, using this system as an MP3 player or photo viewer will end up costing you. In addition, the battery life is pretty mediocre - with WiFi enabled, I get 3-5 hours. If you use this device for gaming, MP3's, photo viewing, video viewing, and WiFi browsing, you'll end up having to constantly recharge your battery. I almost never use the MP3, photo viewing, and video viewing features on this device for that reason.
All in all, this is a great system. It fails somewhat as an all-in-one media machine, but as a portable gaming system it has no equal.
By sellmen - May 30, 2005
The Sony PSP is really a great...
Strengths: Widescreen capable of displaying 17 million colors, great graphics, great games, and it looks really sleek.
Weakness: Loading times can get kind of annoying.
The Sony PSP is really a great portable gaming system. I think that if you are deciding whether you should get the PSP or the Nintendo DS, you should consider age. If you are buying the product for a person that is at high school age or above, you should get the PSP. If you are buying it for a younger person, choose the DS. I think that the PSP is truly the greatest gaming device out there on the market. If you can, GET IT!!!!
By joshyf89 - Mar 25, 2005
This product is great. I use it a...
Strengths: Nice design, a lot of cool features. Cool colors.
Weakness: Loads a little slow, battery life not long enouogh.
This product is great. I use it a lot. Comes in handy when you're bored or just sitting around. I like how I can view pictures and use it as an MP3 player or even watch movies.
By Blue_Mookie - Apr 4, 2005
The Sony PSP system has been the...
Strengths: The lcd screen on this is great, crystal clear! Sound quality is awesome as well.
Weakness: Have to buy sony duo
The Sony PSP system has been the best hand held gaming system that I have ever owned. Its best quality is the clear, vibrant lcd screen. I also love watching movies on this, which allows me to watch wherever I go, on the way to work, while waiting for the bus, etc. I love this thing!
By cindyc1122 - Jun 29, 2005
When I was a little boy, the year...
Strengths: Groundbreaking technology, very portable, light and attractive, huge screen, built in wireless. Huge potential to do cool things on it. Complete package, comes with just about everything you need
Weakness: Dead pixels, no backlit volume, brightness and start buttons. Finish on screen is easily prone to scratches and scuffs.
When I was a little boy, the year the Nintendo Gameboy came out in 1989, I absolutely had to have it and then I got it for my birthday from my mom. It was the best, interchangeable cartridges and no permanent background scenery like those cheap Tiger Toys video games. GROUNDBREAKING – not perfect but definitely ground breaking. Then came gameboy color, turbo express, Sega game gear, Atari Lynx, gameboy advance/SP and even the Nintendo DS. All nice but not groundbreaking – less color.
Then the PSP comes along and the same feeling I got when I first received a gameboy all rushed back to me…and a complete package at that, (however, instead of a game, you get a full version spiderman 2 movie) none of this “core” system, buy your own batteries and earphones stuff. I mean everything you really need is included in there, except the USB to PC interface (but if you have a sony camcorder or other Sony products, you could use the USB connection that came with them, I did). I mean, this is literally a playstation in your hands, excellent graphics, memory slot, analog controls, and disc media, it is truly groundbreaking – first handheld that doesn’t use cartridge. You can play head to head with other people via the built in wireless, gone are the days of lugging around a link (honestly, when you had a gameboy, did you ALWAYS have your link cable with you?).
It does a bunch of more things, not just gaming and watching movies. Go on the internet and you’ll see people have found creative ways to utilize the potential of this system. One thing I was a little concerned with is the screen, it’s huge…wow, but the finish is a bit sensitive that is real easy to get little nicks and scratches on your screen…definitely get a screen protector for it. Another kind of minor thing is the volume, brightness and start button are right underneath the screen and I have to play at night in bed (it’s the only time I get a chance to) and you can’t see these buttons, you have to feel around for them. Not a show stopper but I had to throw it out there.
By no means is this system perfect, (what new groundbreaking system is? Otherwise we would all still be playing our “perfect” monochrome 1989 Gameboys) with dead pixels (I made 2 returns before I got one with a “tolerable” dead pixel), weak batteries (it’s not that bad……really) and people are saying to wait. If someone told me to wait when the gameboy with the green and grey screen came out, I would have missed all those great gaming memories waiting for color…glad I didn’t. There will always be something better coming out if you just wait, but that’s the nature of technology no matter what. So go ahead and wait, and wait, and in the end, you would have waited and came out with nothing. Live in the “now” man….if you have the means and capability to get this system and you’re just waiting, you need a good “knock” of common sense to the noggin. Tomorrow’s not promised and your circumstances can change, so go out and get this system if you’re contemplating it and you think you want it. People really need to relax….everyone is so uptight about this system, sony, screens, games…whatever and are forgetting what gaming is really about. Have fun, that’s what this system is meant for and I think it’s doing a pretty damn good job of it (see my Wipeout Pure review).
By gsavella - Apr 5, 2005
The Sony psp is a hot item and a...
Strengths: Very very hot graphics
Weakness: dead pixels and battery life is not that long
The Sony psp is a hot item and a must get. it is very hot especially the graphics. however the games for the psp, well the good ones take forever to come out. and the 1 gig memory stick pro duo keeps getting delayed.
By mistamoo - Apr 26, 2005
PlayStation Portable, one of the...
Strengths: Slick; Stunning LCD; WiFi, MP3 & Video playback, and Picture viewer; Removable Battery
Weakness: Multimedia functionality is half-baked, especially for video; you need to supply your own software and expensive memory cards.
PlayStation Portable, one of the most anticipated gadget in recent history. PSP largely delivers on its remarkable promise of bringing a PlayStation 2-like gaming experience to a handheld gaming platform with built-in wireless capabilities, all at a relatively reasonable price.
It also doesn't hurt that the PSP can do other tricks, such as play video and music as well as display images.
So while the Sony PSP largely lives up to the hype as a portable gaming device, it still needs some work before it fulfills its potential as an all-in-one portable entertainment unit.
But way to go, Sony, a real ipod killer is near on the horizon!!!
By ixcafe - Mar 31, 2005
PSP! PSP! PSP! I been quit hype up...
Strengths: Large Bright Wide Screen Display! Nice looking HandHeld! Super Slick Design! Impressive Feature & Games!
Weakness: Worthless pack-in items from Value Package! Weak battery play! Lots of defect w/ 1st Shippment!
PSP! PSP! PSP! I been quit hype up bout this item for the debut last year at E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) and so Far this NEW Handheld Console has lived up to my expectation. But it is not perfect but no means. So I'll break it up from the Pros & Cons.
Pros: The WOW Factor! yes it's Hot, when you 1st hold this thing in your hand you'll instantly fall in Love! it Nice & slick design, like as said " The walkman of 2000". The system has a super large wide screen display with adjustable brightness. The games are impressive & graphic are clean and sharp. but my no means better then PS2 games. It is able to play uploaded Mp3 & movie from your memory card & also view your pictures. It has Wi-FI for online play & tons of other feature to list.
Cons: Well for one thing it's a sony product, so expect there to be defect on the 1st gen models, and I had my fair share with this one. I went through 3 PSP system, that's right 3! Because the 1st 2 had whats called a dead pixel problem. It's a few red dots on that only lited up red when system is turned on. Another is the worthless value package. Memory card is too small, case sucks, ear phone is cheap, and who doesn't have spiderman 2 on DVD already? I have repalce most these item with 3rd party acessory.Screen also tends to scratch very easy. Battry time is pretty bad when compared to Nintendo DS times, I have clocked around 2-4 hours of use. and as low as 1 hr. & 48 Mins. It will depends on yours times will depend on your Screen brightness, vol. level, and your PSP game types. & $249 price tag + Taxes plus 1 game. expect to shell over $315. want a better case & memory card. $500 isn't too far away.
Overall: It's not a bad investment, I don't recommend this for kids, Pricey, there should be just a basic package. *** 4 Outta 5 STARS ***
By Spoon_Si - Apr 18, 2005
The PSP is the best handheld ever...
Strengths: Graphics,games,screen size,online mode,music,movies...
Weakness: Cost,battery life,very fragile, screen smuges to easily.
The PSP is the best handheld ever made. Right on launch a whole bunch of great games were out. I would definetly have it over the DS. You can listen to music, download pictures, watch movies and go online.
By BARKLEY0100 - May 8, 2005
The PSP is everything I thought it...
Strengths: Bright screen, great graphics, great all around multimedia device!
Weakness: Hand cramps after extended play.
The PSP is everything I thought it would be and more! I am glad Sony decided to include WIFI built in as it will make head to head very nice and updating PSP easy. So far I have only one game, Need for Speed Underground Rivals, and the graphics and gameplay are amazing! I can't wait until there are more utilities to work with transferring pictures, movies, and mp3's to the PSP. Currently it is possible to do so, but you have to make certain directories and in some cases, name your files a specific name. I have successfully cropped some photos, I believe it was 480 x 272 and they fit perfectly on the screen. I would highly recommend at least buying a screen protector as an accessory since you could scratch your screen up pretty quickly. I wound up buying the Pelican PSP Starter Kit Plus which came with a great case, screen protector, battery extender, umd covers, car charger, etc... Pretty much anything you would need is in this pack.
This is the first portable device I have ever seen that has taken console quality games and put them in the palms of your hands!
By mrtwo - Apr 4, 2005
The PSP is a wonderful machine...
Strengths: Its wide screen is bright and vivid. Four face buttons and two shoulder buttons make games control just like PS1 and PS2 games.
Weakness: Design leaves it prone to scratching (invest in a screen protector) Volume, start, and select buttons are a bit tricky to access during game sessions, especially in low light.
The PSP is a wonderful machine that delivers console-quality graphics and playability in a portable size. It's pricey at $250, but its features (ability to play music, games, videos - and interconnectivy with PC's via USB) make it worth the hefty price tag.
By BrandonJ33 - May 10, 2005
On March 24, 2005, Sony entered...
Strengths: Powerful system, huge screen, awesome graphics, multifunctional
Weakness: Fragile, expensive, stuck pixels if you get them!
On March 24, 2005, Sony entered the handheld gaming market in the United States with the release of the Playstation Portable (PSP). Considered the answer to Nintendo’s lineage of Gameboy/DS systems, the PSP’s multifunctional capabilities rival other industry leader’s devices, such as Apple’s Ipod and portable DVD players. Overall, this new device is a must buy for the people that can afford the hefty price tag.
Initially, Sony’s initial release of the PSP hardware is being sold as a Value Package. This package includes: the PSP system, a 32MB memory stick, battery pack, AC Adapter, headphones with remote control, a UMD* (Universal Media Disc) sampler, soft case, cleaning cloth, and wrist strap. The UMD is a proprietary media format created by Sony to function as the software for the PSP and other upcoming devices. It can hold 1.8 GB (gigabytes) of data and is approximately the size of a mini cd. Also, the first one million value packages include the Spiderman 2 movie on UMD. The package includes most of the accessories you need to get started.
The 4.3 inch LCD (liquid crystal display) screen is the instant “wow” factor of the unit and will be the first thing that you notice when you turn the device on. The screen is vibrant, clear, and bright and is very impressive when compared to other handheld consoles; displaying a 480x272 native pixel resolution in 16:9 widescreen format, and is also capable of showcasing 16.8 million colors. I cannot say enough about the screen, it is simply phenomenal.
However, the screen is left exposed and is subject to scratches and fingerprints. Since this is the main component of the system, it is surprising that Sony did not include with the value package something to protect it. Although screen protector accessories can be purchased separately by other third party companies (highly recommended), it should have been an essential accessory packaged in with the value pack.
What separates the PSP from other handheld gaming devices are its multifunction capabilities. Sony states that this is more than just a gaming device and it certainly shows as the PSP packs other useful features that rival other portable electronic devices.
For starters, the PSP has the capabilities to store images in .jpeg format on the memory stick and display them on the screen (up to the PSP’s native resolution) using a computer and a USB cable (not included). Personally, I think this feature is great. I store pictures of my newborn baby on the memory stick and display them on my PSP. Not only do I get to show off my child, but it often sparks conversation with the new device as well. However, actually formatting the pictures to get them to display on the PSP is not a simple process. Unfortunately, Sony did not include software that would format the pictures for you (let’s hope for an update soon). But, there are a variety of shareware programs on the internet that will format the files for you, but these are not supported by Sony.
The PSP offers video playback from its UMD movies, but also has the capability of playing mpeg-4 video files (which also need to be formatted and transferred from your PC). The picture quality of Spiderman 2 (for example) on UMD was excellent. It plays just like my DVD version at home, except on the UMD for the PSP. There were no signs of slowdown during the intense action scenes or any audio dropouts and distortions. The UMD itself was not very loud while spinning in the tray, but you could hear the disc spinning and loading during parts of the movie.
On the other hand, the PSP’s playback of mpeg-4 video is not as good as the UMD movies, but certainly gets the job done. In order to view these mpeg-4 movies on the PSP, you need to format them from your computer. They can then be transferred from the PC to the PSP via a USB cable. Unfortunately, Sony did not include software to convert video into the mpeg-4 format, but the instruction manual describes the steps needed to convert the files and transfer them. There are also a number of shareware programs available on the internet that will convert the files for you, but Sony does not support these websites. For each of the features described above (except for the UMD movie playback), you may consider using a larger memory stick to store these files that may not fit on the standard 32mb memory stick included with the value package.
By galvatron2k1 - May 12, 2005
This is my second hand held video...
Strengths: sharp lcd screen; nice graphics; game play is smooth; built in analog stick
Weakness: must use proprietary memory stick duo for storage; a pain to convert movies to PSP movie format; cannot use music with photo slideshow; screen easy to scratch; expensive games; high cost of ownership
This is my second hand held video game player (I had the GBA) and I can say this is the BEST gaming portable out there! In fact, I sold my GBA. The graphics are awesome! The buttons and analog stick are placed well. The shoulder buttons are also easy to access. Sometimes when transporting it, the UMD slot opens up. It's advisable to buy a protective case to prevent this from happening and also to protect it. Also the screen looks like it can be scratched easily. Also get a screen protector to cover it.As much as I love this thing, the cost of ownership is high! The games and accessories can add up to another $100-$150 easily. So you can spend - like me - almost $400 for 2 games and some accessories. I could have gotten an XBOX, PS2, and some games for that much, but then they are not portable like the PSP.
Downloading photos, music, and movies are easy and fast via USB2 cable. My pc detected the PSP as another storage device and assigned a drive letter automatically. Only thing, you must turn ON the PSP in order to be detected. This can use up some of you battery while downloading/uploading. Converting my movies to PSP compliant movie format was a pain. I'm sure you have seen the instructions on the web. Also the movies must be compressed to fit on the MSD. So the quality suffers a little. It's a compromise between quality and storage space.
Overall, it's a fun portable to have. I'm hoping SOny updates its firmware so the PSP can have more flexibility with the music with the slideshow and maybe using an external USB HD as an alternative storage device (instead of UMD or MSD).
By robsf23 - Apr 21, 2005
When I first powered on the PSP I...
Strengths: Amazing grafix for such a tiny device. A lot of accessories bundled together. HUGE screen and great sound!
Weakness: Screen/system gets smudged very easily. Memory card included is worthless. Extra memory is expensive. No cables to transfer music to player. UMD movies are very expensive.
When I first powered on the PSP I was completely blown away by the HUGE screen, amazing grafix, vibrant colors, sound and overall design of the device. I purchased NFS Rivals and NBA and both games look GREAT. The built in WiFi is great...I can play online anywhere in my home as well as at other hotspots. The 32mb memory stick included is basically worthless and there is no software or cables included to transfer music,movies,pictures to the PSP. The new UMD movies are very expensive considering most of them cost more then DVDs. The PSP is kind of pricey...maybe a price tag of $199 would be more appropriate but overall it is worth it. Games are also expensive ranging from $40-$50, but the built in WiFi which enables online play is INCREDIBLE. Battery life is also average.
By alkohoLiK - Apr 14, 2005
Wow... A few years ago I thought...
Strengths: Amazing graphics and the endless possabilities for uploading media to the PSP
Weakness: semi-limited battery life, video support is only MP4, and no support from SONY for homebrew applications for the PSP
Wow... A few years ago I thought portable gaming could not get better. This SONY PSP system rivals its own brother, the PS2. It has this generation 3D graphics that will blow you away on the high def widescreen. It also has a large library of games available for almost all genres we all know and love today. With the support of movies, games, music, and pictures, this is the all in one system for anyone and everybody. It's sleek, sexy, and will purr in your hands. Amazing stuff.
By relentlessrolento - Jun 18, 2005
Over all this is great system if...
Strengths: The graphics are superb. The size of course. I am waiting for more games and moves to start appearing. This little unit does just about anything! It truly is a playstation portable.
Weakness: The joystick is a bit close to the bottom edge of the unit. The soft case is a joke, please buy a better case.
Over all this is great system if you have the money to spend. I was really impressed with graphics. The UMD disks are impressive, I liked the way they are in their own case to prevent scratching. I would recommend getting a bigger memory stick, the 32mb one that comes with it won't last too long when you start saving games, music and the like.
By sfinley - Apr 9, 2005
The PSP is truly a revolution in...
Strengths: Fantastic graphics, sharp screen, very stylish
The PSP is truly a revolution in portable gaming. Nintendo has been milking the portable market for a long time, releasing moderately improved versions of the original Gameboy year after year. Sony's first entry into the portable arena is absolutely stunning. Playstation 2 caliber graphics, a gorgeous widescreen LCD, and the ability to play movies and MP3's - there is simply no competition between this handheld and anything Nintendo has released.
By stalam - Jun 23, 2005
I've had this system since it was...
Strengths: Graphics, Versatility, Design, Comes w/everything except games.
Weakness: Average Battery life, easily attracts finger prints, tedious task converting DVD to MPEG4 format
I've had this system since it was released on 3/24/05 and the Sony PSP can do it ALL! The graphics are simply amazing, especially for a handheld. It is slim, but not quite pocketable to put in your front pocket. The design is very sexy and attractive.
The PSP is so versatile. It can view PHOTOS, play VIDEOS, MP3's, has Wi-Fi. It is a very good deal for $250.
One drawback about playing videos is that you need at LEAST a 512MB duo card. And converting the DVD is quite a cumbersome task.
Battery life is fair. About 5-6 hours of portable enjoyment.
I highly recommend the Sony PSP to anyone that loves video games. Also for someone looking for an all-in-one device that can play MP3's, VIDEOS, PHOTOS, and GAMES.
p.s. Watch out for Dead Pixels on the screen.
By joysmahal - Apr 6, 2005
This is one of the best portables...
Strengths: Super Vivid Screen, Nice Graphics, Price affordable, Size is great, Wireless, Mp3 Player
Weakness: Battery Life only 5 hours, Very expensive duo me mory compared to sd, Needs better speakaers
This is one of the best portables around. It has WIFI and intergrated speakers. Not only is for games is for videos and can be used for MP3 player. This is like all in one device. The price is affordable and the quality is amazing.The only thing is that the memory stick duos are quite expensive. I would recommend this to others.
By thunderx85 - Apr 4, 2005
Diappointing for price and prestige
Strengths: Well built, the "wow" factor, good control, great LCD screen, fast access.
Weakness: UMD is super slow, the black finish/screen are smudgy/fingerprint magnets, LCD screen has lots of ghosting, poor RPG/strategy game selection now, slow to resize movie, and trouble transfer big files.
Where do I start?
It is well designed and well built;
Everybody who has seen it loved it;
All love the clarity of the LCD screen;
The controls are well organized, perfect fit;
User interface of the PSP is top notch;
MP3 playback quality is great;
strong battery life;
smart charging where it will auto shut off when full to conserve battery life (not sure, anyone confirm/deny?).
Accessing UMD is slow for both movie playing and especially games. Very annoying;
The reflective black finish and the LCD screen are constantly full of oily smudge from fingers, gotta learn to live with it;
Watching action movie on the LCD reveals lots of ghosting. Which means the LCD's response time is poorly slow. I did not expect this from SONY. Very disappointed;
Also the movies are a bit on the dark side, making it a bit hard to see;
Resizing a full 2 hr movie to PSP friendly size will take your PC at least 2 hours (highest quality on both video and audio);
And then, good luck with transferring that huge 1.7GB movie file via USB2.0 cable to your PSP. It often stop 1/3 or half way. WTF. I only succeeded once and I don't know how it happened.;
Poor RPG/strategy game selection out there. Heck, it has been out for years now, no? What's going on, SONY?;
Got mine new and it is 2.01 firmware version, which means I can not downgrade it to 1.5 to play all those home-brew applications, utilities, games, and emulators. Which may make PSP shine as a real portable gameing machine that have value to keep.;
And why does it have Korean, ..... but no Chinese language ?
Oh well, that is my rave and ranting. Hope this helps. I may play with it for a bit and sell it.
By yikes - Jan 27, 2006
this is my 3rd games console from...
Strengths: large wide aspect screen 16:10, great for movie, mp3, and pictures replay even if you are bored with the games
Weakness: short battery life, screen is too easy to smudge, memory stick is too expensive, umd drive sounds absurd.
this is my 3rd games console from sony. previously both PS and PS2 offered excellent entertainment value and serious game play, and it appears PSP will do just the same in the future months to come.
By duhang - Mar 28, 2005
Over all I think Sony has really...
Strengths: This product has outstanding graphics. I have Ridge Racers and Metal Gear Acid so far and the system runs awesome. I am extremely impressed with the unit.
Weakness: The system is not very ergonomic. I have noticed my hands start to hurt after only a few minutes of play. I think that the issue will probably go away once I get used to the feel of the thing.
Over all I think Sony has really out done the competition. I was able to encode some movies and play them back from the memory stick. Getting movies on here is not the easiest thing ever. You will have to some reading online to get it right. Sony really needs to come out with software for this ASAP. I know they have in Japan but I am not sure how well it works yet.
By nunci8 - Mar 26, 2005
I won't feel boring now wherever I...
Strengths: very good game system. portable but powerful as much bigger console
Weakness: not find
I won't feel boring now wherever I go, even go shopping. I can just play nermous game on a a samll game system, but as good as those bigger guys
By bluevalley - Apr 18, 2005
The Sony PSP is a great handheld...
Strengths: sleek industrial design, gorgerous LCD screen, powerful game console doubled as handheld picture, mp3, movie player
Weakness: short battery life, dead pixel, lack of game titles upon launch
The Sony PSP is a great handheld gaming console, one that could prove to be as revolutionary as the original Nintendo Gameboy was, not only because it’s basically a handheld PlayStation 2 with powerful graphics, but because of all the other value-added features it comes with, namely the photo viewer, the audio player, and video player. The most amazing thing, hands-down about the PSP is the large 4.3-inch widescreen LCD, which is simply amazing to see in person, and at two hundred bucks retail, it’s definitely a good value.
By catwoman2001 - Mar 27, 2005
The Sony PSP is a great game...
Strengths: Screen, Versatility (Games, Video, Audio), Design, Game Libary
Weakness: Battery Life, Expensive memory stick options as of today
The Sony PSP is a great game system that incorporates video and audio capabilities very well.
First and foremost, I bought this system as a portable gaming machine. The launch libary has great games already, compared to another next generation portable, the Nintendo DS. What is even more impressive is that the launch games effectively cover the whole genre--from sports-ActionRPG-puzzle-action-fighting-platform-racing. I feel that this is a great indication that it will uphold the playstation legacy of great 3rd party support.
Besides being a game system, the PSP does video very well. UMD movies like Spiderman 2 really come across as near DVD quality. The 4.3" 16:9 screen is absolutely gorgeous and is the centerpeice of a beautifully designed case. It definitely grabs your focal point once you have it in your hands. That potential surely bodes well for the multimedia capablities.
The capacity for growth in the gaming libary and the video capabilities makes it a relatively safe investment.
By sononkyo - Mar 25, 2005
The PSP is an extremely beautiful...
Strengths: Game graphics, Online play, Style, Picture viewing.
Weakness: Cost of Memory, lack of games (but the PSP only been out for three month).
The PSP is an extremely beautiful machine, some of the games like Wipeout, and Hot Shot Golf kept me busy on those long flights. One thing that attracted me to the PSP is the ability to play online against other psp players. Games that I am looking forward to are Virtual Tennis, NFL Live, and NBA Live. If you're always on the go, and need an entertainment machine get the Sony PSP. I still use my Ipod for music, but I guess the music abilities is just a plus for the PSP.
By StanDinero - Jun 19, 2005
Strengths: Easy to use. Exceptional video, music qualities. Game graphic is phenominal.
Weakness: Wish to have more storage
I bought this PSP for my son but I've used it more often than him. Converting movie mpeg2 to mpeg4 takes a little time. This is a perfect portable player. Most softwares to use can be found and download free on line.
By hoansonata - May 11, 2006
The BEST PORTABLE GAMING SYSTEM Out
Strengths: Graphics, design, games, MP3/WMA player, Video player, Picture viewer, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi internet, absolutly stunning
Weakness: Battery life, sound, hands sweat when played for a long period of time, scratches easily
The PSP is the best portable gaming system out now. It does everything you could think of. it plays games, movies, music, views pictures and even goes on wireless Internet. I would recommend getting the "Giga Pack" because the memory stcks get pretty expensive, rather spend money on boy/girl friend. Well there is nothing bad to say about this system. Its Sony afterall. This review was made by Simon
By GorskyVIP - Jan 16, 2006
In general the PSP is and...
Strengths: Graphics are very good, games and films are in good supply.
Weakness: Does not come with screen guard or hard case for protection while transporting
In general the PSP is and excellent product, cost is a factor but with the comparison from PriceGrabber it was easy to find the best deal.
By neilcrouch - Jan 3, 2006
Sony PSP Vs. Nintendo DS
Strengths: Amazing graphics for a handheld system. Since the E3 video game show, people cannot take their eyes off of the PSP.
Weakness: After about 20-30 min of gameplay, if you have large hands, they begin to hurt. The PSP is very expensive when it comes to the memory cards.
I absolutely love my Sony PSP system. I currently at the time had a Nintendo Advance SP system but it was not cutting it. I was going to probably get the Nintendo DS, but the sleek design of the PSP made me think twice before my purchase. I ended up getting the PSP instead. This is not your ordinary handheld, from what I have witnessed through my friends is that this system is a big hit with older audiences and the market is not aimed toward the younger kids like the Nintendo DS. This is a product that you would give to a responsible person that wont leave it in their back pocket. I also was interested in getting a 60gb iPod, but with this product, still with formatting issues on the computer, still has amazing picture quality and it can't be beat (yet). It also has WiFi multiplayer access, so for anyone that is into online gaming, this is a dream come true.
Overall, if you’re shopping for someone and cost is not an issue, I would get the PSP for older teens, and get the DS or anyone younger. The games are also more adult oriented then the Nintendo DS's. Also if someone wants an iPod, and they are also a gamer, I recommend the PSP.
By Littlejohn1 - Dec 23, 2005
Strengths: Amazing graphics. i love it. games are getting better as we speak. i play and watch it on the bus. battery life is amazing.
Weakness: not enough buttons but doesnt really matter.price is high
get this.my friends beg to play it. you get dis youre going to be the hit of the house and school bus. you can use tv and games and music videos. it looks like hd tv. thats how good da graphics r
By trentmonster - Dec 11, 2005
Strengths: Handy, Superb screen, Smart Joystick.
Weakness: Expensive. Can only use expensive games and videos. No use of network
Potential is big. But extensive limitations is build in.
Even more limitations is added if you upgrade the OS.
So you can not use freeware games available.
No connection to your PC or anything else.
By nonononono - Jul 19, 2005
Strengths: Amazing screen. Comfortable in hands. All in one multimedia device.
Weakness: Lack of original or compelling software
The PSP is an amazing little device and is really great for MP3 and video playback, provided that you have a large capcity Memory Duo stick. Currently, it is lacking in original offerings as far as games go. Most are just ports of PS2 games but hopefully that will be remedies as more companies support it.
By cotebryan1 - Jun 14, 2005
Great Portable System
Strengths: Psp is great, has wireless card, internet browser, video player, music player, picture loading and UMD player
Weakness: it's slow at loading the UMD, but it's not unusual
The PSP is great. I take it everywhere with me, and I'm never bored. Whenever I have nothing to do, I just pop up my PSP out of my pocket.
By nipn3ss - Jun 10, 2006
Strengths: the psp will blow your mind
Weakness: its weakness dumb games
the psp dude it is 1 fine thing man it has music phots movies games ahhhhh i can't descide to go on this 1 or that one this thing keeps me busy 24/7
By PSP LOVER; - Jun 26, 2006
The LCD display is surprisingly...
Strengths: LCD display clarity; quick game play, good controls, fast boot up, battery life
Weakness: display surface, weight, price, availability of games
The LCD display is surprisingly clear, despite it's rather small size. As many will tell you, the glass surface is a magnet for fingerprints and is impossible to play in outdoor sunlight due to reflection. It is virtually a mirror in outdoors. Game play is normal and responsive. Battery life is excellent.
Although the size appears rather diminutive, it is relatively heavy and won't go unnoticed in your jack pocket due to its weight. It is only about 0.5 lbs, but it feels like an extremely heavy wallet. For now, game availability is limited and rather expensive until there are more games on the market. Plus, it is hard to find retailers with good stock, but that problem should be alleviated over time.
Overall, a great product with lots of potential.
By Anonymous - Apr 13, 2005
I got the perfect one after the...
Weakness: Dead pixels
I got the perfect one after the 3rd exchange. PSP currently blows everything away, the graphic is really awesome, plus a wide range of games, even though the battery is not long enough for a hardcore gamer and the price high but overall it's the best handheld system in the market. Get you one and you wont regret!
By anchoi123 - Jun 6, 2005
I bought the PSP bundled with 2...
Strengths: Solid design with large screen. MP3, MPEG-4, WiFi.
Weakness: Proprietary UMD, proprietary MS Duo slot.
I bought the PSP bundled with 2 games. The bungled games are not interesting. So be careful when you choose the bundle. Everything is nice except Sony's proprietary design. My digital camera and digital camcorder use SD, so I cannot view pictures on PSP. In addition, I've always wondered why Sony couldn't use a 2.5" dual layer DVD. The 2.5" DVD should be small enough to fit into PSP.
By jinyu1 - Jun 1, 2005
The PSP is a worthy competitor in...
Strengths: big and clear screen, plays movies, music and games, very good graphics. feels like a next-gen handheld
Weakness: ghosting, hard to play in sun, fingerprints/smudges easy to see on the face of PSP, battery lasts 5-6 hours
The PSP is a worthy competitor in the handheld area. The games have awesome graphics, almost PS2 level graphics. The sound is very good and the games are just like what you see on the PS2. It also does a variety of things other than games, such as playing music, looking at photos and playing movies. It has Wi-Fi support to play multiplayer games online or ad-hoc. If you have the money, I reccommend getting the PSP.
By bauerpower - Jun 24, 2005
The PSP is everything you need on...
Strengths: Graphics and every thing you need and have on the PS2, plus its portable.
Weakness: Price range
The PSP is everything you need on the go. This handheld tops the Nintendo DS and the Gameboy Advance SP and then some. At first it started at $400 dollars then the went down to rival the DS so its at $280 plus tax so thats good.
By Pimpingee - Mar 1, 2005
Strengths: High rez screen. Sleek looking design. Great sound.
Weakness: Poor ergonomics. Lack of good games.
Visually, this is a very nice unit. Everything looks great from the sleek smooth surface to the super sharp screen. Ergonomically, it is not so great. every surface is covered with buttons, making it uncomfortable to hold for fear of accidently hitting the wrong button. The location of the directional buttons are placed in an awkward location which forces you to bend your thumb when you play. This makes long periods of play difficult. What's worst is the location of the analog control. It is next to impossible to use this along with the "L" button. Currently, there aren't that many good games for the system as most are just ports from other console. While there are many games in the works, how the system will really do remains to be seen.
By porkmeat - Aug 2, 2005
Strengths: Well, it does have VERY good graphics, also good tech specs.
Weakness: Where do I begin?! THis thing is fragile, costs a whopper, games are boring, batterly life sucks, and the only thing I use it for now is music. And you have to buy extra memory sticks for that, too.
TOTAL waste of money. Should have burned the $300 instead. I also have a DS, which I play much more often. It has tons of replay value, and the touch screen is anything but gimmicky.
By pspisthewurst - Jul 15, 2005
Strengths: bright/big screen, small
Weakness: sound, dead pixels, expensive, battery life, easily scratched screen
I wouldn't suggest this item to anyone. I am not a huge gamer, and i bought this product for the internet, videos & music. First of all, you have to buy the system, then the games/movies, then all the connection cords, and then a memory stick. You will end up spending a ton of money and it's not even worth it. Don't buy one, its a waste of money.
By anonymous; - Apr 4, 2007
i am looking for a psp with a good price and have come to a conclusion
Strengths: ive heard that the psp has a good screen (since its wide) and that since its origin is from the amazing play- station its graphics are awesome!
Weakness: i have heard that its hard to download videos and maybe even networking your psp so that it gets the internet to
i am looking for a psp and would appreciate it if any of you would comment on places where i can get one cheap and maybe even information a "beginner" wouldn't know because i am still doing some research.
By anonymous; - Nov 23, 2006
Strengths: Having a personal hand held movie player, and playing video games on it.
Weakness: There is probably no weaknesses for this device.
This is the future of movie players. It is probably one of the top selling players also. And if the price went down a little bit, it might be the top selling game system in the world. It's better than anything that I have ever seen, and I'm only 12. I'll be getting one pretty soon, though. This is the best birthday present you could ever ask for. I only know how cool it is because one of my friends has one, and he brought it to school. If you want to get one of these for half the price, you have got to go to www.ebay.com I think that Ebay is the best place to get one of these if you don't want to spend all the money out of your pocket. I got my Playstation 2 off of Ebay. You should really get one of these because, it is one way to do everything in your hand. It's a very great electronic. Seriously, look into this while it still has a good price.
By anonymous; - Jun 21, 2006
Not worth the money
Strengths: Portable, download photos, music, and video (pretty much my iPod).
Weakness: Cost, cost, durability, dust particles under screen, very annoying for $300 device.
I am more disappointed that my PSP displays better graphic than my OTHER Sony product (PS2) that was yet ANOTHER $300 when I bought it. Nintendo still has a better array of games and outlook for UMD movies is not good. I like it b/c I spent $300 on it but should have purchased the Nintendo DS.
By anonymous; - May 15, 2006
Strengths: it is portable
Weakness: THE LODING ALSO THE DOWNLODING
I DON'T HAVE ONE YET BUT I AM GETTING ONE SOON.I THINK IT IS COOL SINCE IT IS PORTABLE. MY FRIENDS SAY IT'S GREAT. I PLAYED IT I THOUGHT IT WAS COOL TO.SO THIS IS WHY I WILL GET ONE.EVERYONE TRUST ME GET APSP IT IS WORTH IT. GET IT ASAP(AS SOON AS POSSIPLE).
By anonymous; - Mar 12, 2006
IT TASTES LIKE POO and the graphics are good like poo, and the games are good like poo, and i like it because it looks like poo. I highly recommend this product.
By anonymous; - Jan 13, 2006
I feel the seller should of made...
Strengths: Once we reformatted it into English we can play games on it.
Weakness: It was in Japanese format. This was not indicated when I purchased the product. We are unable to play movies.
I feel the seller should of made it clear that the product was an illegal version. I would not have purchased it if I was aware.
By anonymous; - Jan 6, 2006
Strengths: Bright screen. Good grapics. Does it all.
Weakness: None what so ever.
I love it. Its so great with wireless internet, MP3, small in size, black, rechargeable, long lasting battery, acessiries, games arent as high as Play Station 2, its just a great item to invest in!
By anonymous; - Dec 23, 2005
A new review!! as of 12-16
Strengths: Wireless psp to psp play, Graphics, Wireless internet, Mp3 player, Movie player... What cant it do
Weakness: Battery life
Well to start off psp is the perfect christmas/birthday gift for anyone responsible enough to carry around a 250 dollor item. If you are deabting to get a nintendo Ds or a psp dont even think twise.
By anonymous; - Dec 16, 2005
does the psp play movies and music or games becuace i,m geting on for my b-day so please tell me thank you so so so so so so much
By anonymous; - Dec 16, 2005
Strengths: plays games,moves,music and more. also I like how big the screen is.
sony has advance highly in a short peirod of time and I really like what they have done.also they still I think, need to put a camea in it but I still think they've done a good job with the PSP.
By anonymous; - Dec 13, 2005
The Future of Handheld Gaming
Strengths: A beautiful widescreen with vibrant colors, the ability to play movies, the ability to play games, the abilities hold photos, is capable of accessing the internet, has a web browser
Weakness: Fragile, screen smudges a tad too easily, a bit expensive, battery life is somewhat low
To me, the Playstation Portable is the future of handheld gaming. With the ability to produce spectacular graphics, play movies and games, surf the web, the PSP is definately the juggernaut of the handheld videogame industry. The screen of the PSP is alone mindblowing as it is VERY large and can produce such amazing visuals. The overall feel of the PSP is very good as well; for beign a handheld system, the PSP fits almost perfectly in your hands.The PSP also looks incredible. The only negative i have towards the system itself is the analog nub which is used for various games, but those are replaceable and you can buy bigger and better nubs at various videogame stores. The PSP isn't all eye candy; it also has some amazing games. Titles like Twisted Metal, Socom: Fire Team Bravo, and Infected allow players to take the battles ONLINE through a wireless connection. Through a wireless connection, the PSP can also serve as a web browser while on the go which is quite handy when you don't feel like playing games or watching a movie on your PSP.
As for the downsides, they are relatively minor. The screen can smudge really easily, but this is not a problem if you use the cloth which is included with your PSP. Of course, the PSP is not going to take a drop well as it is fragile, but the PSP is provided with a wrist loop to ensure that your PSP doesn't break. The battery life can also be a bit low (4 hours+ depending on what you're using your PSP for), but this can be overcome by carrying a second battery, or using various accesories which can be found at a local game store.
Overall, the PSP shows us what the future of handheld gaming should be like. With such amazing features, the PSP truly is the king of the handheld market.
By anonymous; - Dec 11, 2005
The PSP is the greatest portable video game system ever! It can go on the net via a wireless router and browser, that is easily downloaded through a network update. you can watch movies, play music and transfer photos.
By anonymous; - Nov 19, 2005
Strengths: Great Graphics, Multi-Media Device, Super "hot" looking
Weakness: Price, delicate
This is a very good product, epecially for older audiences. It functions quite well, and there are tricks to making your battery last longer (like turning down the brightness of the LCD screen, which also makes it easier to play in brighter light). It also works as an MP3 player, and is better quality than some portable DVD players for watching movies. You can put on Photos, too.
The games and movies come in the form of UMDs (Universal Media Disks) which are about the same size as a floppy disk, and can hold 1.8 gigabyes. On the UMD, the recorded surface is open, and if you touch it, the UMD may get messed up. This is why I recommend the PSP for users 11 and up. You can download music from your computer and keep your game saves with the Memory Stick Duo. I suggest that you purchase a larger one if you are going to use your PSP for an MP3 player. The "value Pack" includes a Memory stick large enough to handle you game saves, but will not go far in the way of music.
Despite all of these advantages, there are a few set backs. For one, it is very expensive (about $250 USD, plus any where from $50-$80 if you want enough memory to hold more than 20 songs). Then, the whole thing is very delicate, and it smudes very easily. (luckily, it comes with a polishing cloth).
What: A beautiful Multi-media device
Who: People primarily into gaming, 11+
When: You might want to wait for the price to drop a bit
Where: Can be used just about any where, can be purchased from Electronic, and even camera stores (note: doesn't take pictures, only stores them)
Why: see above
Alternatives: If you aren't into all of the things a PSP can do, then try and iPod Nano (for music) or a Nintendo DS (for younger kids or people solely into less expensive gaiming, or a portable DVD player (for movies) .
By anonymous; - Nov 19, 2005
Never received product however was billed for it. Was given false information. I am still waiting for my full refund. if this this what to expect I choose not to buy any more products from this site
By anonymous; - Nov 1, 2005
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