Sony Next Generation Portable (PSP 2) First Look

We bring you a first look at Sony's Next Generation Portable direct from the handheld's unveiling in Japan.

Sony PSP-1001K PlayStation Portable (PSP) System (Black) | Psp 300

Sony PSP-1001 Everything you need for powerful multimedia excitement! From fast action games, full featured movies, the ability to listen to music and display photographs, this Sony PSP-1001K PlayStation Portable (PSP) does it all plus more! With a dazzling 4.3-inch LCD widescreen, games comes to life whenever you are. Store your digital photos and share them with...

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Questions & answers

wprosser2008 wprosser2008 says:
how do i put music from my computer onto my psp?
I have an iPod, so i don't know really well how to sinc the music to something not using iTunes. So how do i put the music onto the psp? I got it used, so i don't have a manual to it.
Star ag says:
Sony Playstation Portable or PSP has become very versatile in terms of its applications and functional approach. The initial thought of having a portable game console have paved the road of...

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