Now that everything about the new Sony PSP Go has been revealed. Here’s a hands on video from over at Gametrailers featuring direct from E3 2009 an interview with Sony’s Peter Dille.
Gran Turismo Mobile running on the device looked amazing, the PSP Go actually looks more comfortable to hold than I first thought, the quality of gaming looks as perfect as you would expect on the PSP 3000.
Though we don’t exactly know how this geeky hacker did it and some of you may find it rather unecessary. It appears that the Sony PSP makes a nice secondary PC status monitor in this hack. Displaying your PCs memory, CPU, CPU temperature status, etc. So for anyone who has a PSP and can’t afford yet to get a second monitor for the PC, this could be worthwhile doing 🙂 Another shot after the break.
As the video below demonstrates, the DSi gets to a readable version of the webpage much before the Nintendo DS Lite does, the whole thing finishes loading well in advance of its older sibling. The Nintendo DSi is set to launch in the US on April 5th. While for us in the UK, GAME has revealed that it will be offering the new Nintendo DSi for GBP 74.99 if you trade in an old console or handheld (Xbox 360, PSP 3000, Wii or DS Lite).
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As you will know the new PSP-3000 barely shows any physical difference from its predecessor, the most obvious finding if you were given one to compare is that you would see it’s got a better anti-glare screen.
This probably further makes people wonder what’s going on, on the inside which makes Sony think it will be better than the previous. Folks at PC Watch couldn’t resist this temptation to disassemble and dissect it into pieces to get to the bottom of this, below are just a few pictures taken from their massive gallery:
Basically here’s the verdict:
- There isn’t much new here
- The screen has been replaced with one that has five times the contrast ratio, twice the color range, and a refresh rate that is twice as fast
- Other than that, there’s a built in microphone
- And a mystery “PS” button
Just wanted to show everyone a photo we found letting everyone know what Sony meant by improving the glare problem in the new PSP 3000. Have a look at the massive difference, there won’t be any more problem with play your PSP under bright light in the future!
Here are the rest of the photos that have emerged so far…