Playstation Portable

by Anita

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Sony is the name we all know for bringing us their awesome game systems that entertain us while we are sitting at home or at a friend’s house. Well, Sony has now given us the ability to carry these games along with us and play games without the need of a television.

With the PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) you will not only be able to play games but you will also be able to listen to your favorite music, watch videos and photos, and access the internet from a small portable system. You will absolutely love the slick design and size which is only 6.7 inches by 2.9 inches.

This new technology gives you the ability to store your own digital photos, share your photos with friends and family with the image transfer feature and even make your own unique wallpapers, all of which uses the Memory Stick Duo™. The screen is high resolution to give you the best quality and clearest photos.

You will love listening to your favorite songs in MP3, MP4, WAV or ATRAC3. You may decide to watch a complete concert or possibly other scenes on a pre-recorded UMD™.

If you are a movie buff you are sure to enjoy the way you can transfer UMD™ and MP4 videos to your Memory Stick Duo™. Full length movies are also available on a pre-recorded UMD™.

As long as you are in an internet accessible location you will be able to browse the web and open up the world while on the go.

Of course, Sony would not forget their games. And with this awesome widescreen LCD your games will almost come to life.

So, what is so special about this Playstation Portable? Well, now you can have everything you enjoy right at your fingertips. You can jog, rest awhile in the park and play your favorite game. You can carry your PSP on the bus and have plenty to do while waiting for your stop. What about when your spouse wants to take a long trip by car, you will certainly be up for it as long as they do the driving.

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