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- Color: Champagne Gold
- Dimensions: Approx. 170 mm (L) x 74 mm (W) x 23 mm (D)
- Weight: Approx. 260 g (including battery)
- CPU: PSP CPU (System clock frequency 1~333MHz)
- Main Memory: 32MB
- Embedded DRAM: 4MB
- Display: 4.3 inch, 16:9 widescreen TFT LCD, 480 x 272 pixel (16.77 million colors), Max. 200 cd/m2 (with brightness control)
- Speakers: Built-in stereo speakers
- Main Input/Output: IEEE 802.11b (Wi-Fi), USB 2.0 (Target), Memory Stick PRO Duo, IrDA, IR Remote (SIRCS)
- Disc Drive: UMD Drive (Playback only)
- Profile: PSP Game, UMD Audio, UMD Video
- Main Connectors: DC OUT 5V, Terminals for charging built-in battery, Headphone/Microphone/Control connector
- Power: Built-in lithium-ion battery, AC adaptor
- Access Control: Region Code, Parental Control
PSP also comes equipped with diverse input/output connectors such as USB 2.0, and 802.11b (Wi-Fi) wireless LAN, providing connectivity to various devices in the home and to the wireless network outside. The world of gaming is further enhanced by enabling users to enjoy online gaming, or by connecting multiple PSPs to each other, directly via the wireless network. In addition, software and data can be downloaded through a USB or wireless network onto Memory Stick PRO Duo. All of these features can be enjoyed on one single system.
PSP adopts a small but high-capacity optical medium UMD (Universal Media Disc), enabling game software, rich with full-motion video and other forms of digital entertainment content, to be stored. The newly developed UMD, the next-generation compact storage media, is only 60mm in diameter but can store up to 1.8GB of digital data. A broad range of digital entertainment content such as music video clips, movies and sports programs can be provided on UMD. To protect this entertainment content, a robust copyright protection system has been developed which utilizes a combination of a unique disc ID, a 128 bit AES encryption keys for the media, and individual ID for each PSP hardware unit.
|Release Date||Feb 22, 2007|
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You can just buy the gold psp case to replace the colour you dont want or upgrade the specs at any sony outlet LOL.. no point buying new psp
I used to have a black one. But it was damaged after I upgrade it, thats why I sold it and purchased a new one which is the gold one. I can say that the Gold PSP is more elegant and cool for me. But of course the black one is more saleable because its the first one released and the color is for the original PSP
What the hell did you expect Sony to do, this is only a different coloured PSP, and it looks better in some of these new colours.
The PSP is the most popular handheld console on the market, if you want to compete with that then why don't you CREATE YOUR OWN handheld console which is better!!!
All you do is critise and don't appreciate all the workmanship already gone into this piece of technology. Also the console has plenty of buttons and one analog is enough (one more than the gameboy ever did), thats what I like about it, its not like the PS2 or Xbox's out their which all have 2 analogs.
Wow. A PSP that isn't black that still has not enough buttons and still missing a second analog stick/slider. I do recall Nintendo doing this for every Game Boy and the N64 plus to some extent with the GameCube.
Instead of fixing what's wrong with the system, they'd just make it a new color or give it a custom shell. But I\it wasn't just Nintendo. SEGA did it with the Dreamcast, Microsoft with the XBOX (Panzer Dragoon for Japan and Halo for America).
So is it a case of poor sales for new colors, or is it that the people at Sony think that by making new colored PSPs will make it as appealing as the DS Lite, which comes in a rainbow of colors?
Who knows. all I do know is that it's the same system in new clothing.
PSP PlayStation Portable - Champagne Gold (PSP-1000CG)
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