Gallery: Unboxing Sony PSP Go

On September 21, 2009, in Gaming, by KLS

Expected to arrive on time here in the UK in just under two weeks, the folks at Engadget gets their early demo of the new Sony PSP Go. Smaller and lighter than the current PSP-3000, don’t mistaken the PSP Go as the PSP2 but rather think of it as an enhanced version of the original.


If you’re interested in getting the new PSP Go, its already been available for pre-order from a range of shops here in the UK with price ranging from £209.99, check out some high quality unboxing photos after the jump…


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Gallery: Hands on Sony PSP Go

On July 13, 2009, in Gaming, by KLS

First announced a few months back, Sony’s new, more portable UMD-less sliding PSP Go will soon be rolling out in the US and the UK on the first of October. While those in Asia will see theirs arrive a month later. The hands on gallery below was done by the guys at Gamertell


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Video: Hands on with Sony PSP Go at E3

On June 8, 2009, in Gaming, by KLS

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.

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The launch of the Sony PSP’s little brother, PSP Go has been confirmed this week at the E3. Indeed the PSP Go was agreed by Sony’s CEO Kaz Harai to be the worst kept secret of this year’s E3.

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Sony PSP gets hacked into a PC display

On March 31, 2009, in Gaming, Geeky, by KLS

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.


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