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PSP 3000 In-Store Morrisons £99.99 (Black only)

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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Was in the Dumbarton branch of Morrisons today and saw that they were selling the PSP 3000 (slim and Lite) for £99.99 in black. All the other colours were £129.99!

Not sure if this is nationwide but hope it helps someone looking to get a new PSP!
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#1
Anyone else seen this?
#2
I'm going to look today.
#3
I can recommend the PSP 2000 sold on the Orange ebay shop for £90 that I foudn on this website before christmas - very easy to hack, not sure the 3000 models are ;-)
#4
thisismark
Anyone else seen this?


darkspark88
I'm going to look today.


Great deal (currently at 205 degrees) unless the "heat" so far is just hot air like this one...

Silver PSP 3000 - £99 John Lewis Instore

Over 100 degrees of voting was recorded after I posted to say that there was only one console at that price!

BFN,

fp.
#5
Dude1971
I can recommend the PSP 2000 sold on the Orange ebay shop for £90 that I foudn on this website before christmas - very easy to hack, not sure the 3000 models are ;-)


+1 I think the 3000 is a pig to hack and you need to flash the firmware after every reboot apparently, stick with the 2000 unless you're not bothered about playing "free" games :thumbsup:
#6
frakison
+1 I think the 3000 is a pig to hack and you need to flash the firmware after every reboot apparently, stick with the 2000 unless you're not bothered about playing "free" games :thumbsup:


This is indeed correct... and the reason I went and got myself a second hand white fat for £56. You don't have to reboot that often though.. but I still rather have a fully hackable psp.
#7
The PSP phat is by far the easiest to put custom firmware on + if you power it fully off it retains its custom firmware :thumbsup:.

The PSP 2000 is believe it or not the hardest apart from the PSP GO . This is because many different mother board part numbers were made for it so some can be hacked and not others (unless some bright spark has come up with a way of doing it that i dont know about :thumbsup: ). You have to find out which one you have before attempting it because if it is not compatable it can turn your PSP 2000 into a paper weight.

The PSP 3000 only has 1 mother board ever produced so can have custom firmware put on it without checking the serial number but unlike the PSP phat will loss the custom firmware if fully powered off (ie) not put into standby and will need it re-installing again .

:thumbsup::thumbsup:.

I think i am correct but if anyone knows better then please share :thumbsup: as i dont own one
#8
i keep seeing conflicting info about cfw on 3000's! i have one but havent done anything to it.
can anyone confirm the above post?!? i have tried googling,but my works firewall is blocking all the links i googled!
#9
All PSP were £129.99 in Weston-Super-Mare today. I did ask. Shame....
#10
298 degrees and no-one has been able to buy it apart from the OP...:?
#11
fanpages
Great deal (currently at 205 degrees) unless the "heat" so far is just hot air like this one...

Silver PSP 3000 - £99 John Lewis Instore

Over 100 degrees of voting was recorded after I posted to say that there was only one console at that price!


cheapskate58
298 degrees and no-one has been able to buy it apart from the OP...:?


As I mentioned above, this kind of situation occurs from time to time, unfortunately.

It is disappointing for all concerned when this happens. The thread creator feels like they need to apologise but it wasn't their fault, and other (valid) deals are missed because they have been kept off the first page (or so) of listings.

Also, if those that vote "hot" never subscribe to the deal listing thread they never realise the issue & continue voting on future deals of a similar nature.

Hopefully with enough discussion after the event those members that are subscribed can carry the experience forward to future deal listings & advise that restraint is exercised in voting until "proof" is gained or the deal is substantiated in some way.

BFN,

fp.
#12
niceblokedave;7988237
The PSP phat is by far the easiest to put custom firmware on + if you power it fully off it retains its custom firmware .

The PSP 2000 is believe it or not the hardest apart from the PSP GO . This is because many different mother board part numbers were made for it so some can be hacked and not others (unless some bright spark has come up with a way of doing it that i dont know about ). You have to find out which one you have before attempting it because if it is not compatable it can turn your PSP 2000 into a paper weight.

The PSP 3000 only has 1 mother board ever produced so can have custom firmware put on it without checking the serial number but unlike the PSP phat will loss the custom firmware if fully powered off (ie) not put into standby and will need it re-installing again .

:thumbsup::thumbsup:.

I think i am correct but if anyone knows better then please share :thumbsup: as i dont own one


The PSPs sold on ebay from Orange have a motherboard that was completely hackable, confirmed by the other people in the earlier thread that bought one.

Playing Super Mario All Stars as we speak/type :thumbsup:

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