I’ve just recently received a PSP 3000 and from first impressions, I can say my experience has been quite healthy. Before that, I had an old PSP slim (PSP 2000) which I traded in for the 3000 model at Gamestation UK. It was well worth the trouble, I believe. The screen on the new model is much clearer and brighter, which makes it more ideal for watching movies. I’ve also found it significantly easier to play my PSP 3000 in the sun, because of the many changes that has been made to the display. This makes the PSP ideal for people who may be at college or those who have to commute long distances to work.
The battery life of the new PSP 3000 also lasts significantly longer than the older PSP 2000 model. The battery back is much slimmer than its predecessor, despite this, I’m still able enjoy up to 8 hours of game play without having to recharge it, while I was only able to play my PSP 2000 for around five hours before it required a recharge.
The new updates to the firmware make it far superior to the old PSP model. Free internet search by Google is now integrated into this device, so you needn’t set Google as your browsers homepage anymore. The PSP 3000 is also Skype enabled, so if you’re near any Wi-Fi access points, you can use your hand held device as a telephone. There’s also a free internet radio service that has over 30 stations for you to listen to, from Rap, to country music to R and B.
In conclusion, I’d say I’m grateful that I traded in my older PSP for the extended battery life, enhanced display screen and the many other features that you get inside the box.
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