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PSP Slim and Lite (Black) £129.99

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9y, 4m agoFound 9 years, 4 months ago
This reworked and improved PSP console is 33% lighter and 19% thinner than its predecessor, and is equipped with a video-out port, allowing users to view their PSP content on their home TV.
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#1
cool, i don't see why they just made it thinner. It needs two analogue sticks.
#2
Looks EXACTLY the same, I reckon theyre pictures of the original PSP.
#3
no its not, because the speakers have been moved up towards the top of the screen
#4
Apparently the loading times are a lot better.
#5
isnt this just the launch price?

load times are apparently meant to be slightly better due to more ram, i doubt theyll increase much tho as the UMD drive is the same speed, also, even if it faster gonna take ages, wwf takes you about 5 minutes to get from power on to into a game!
#6
This launch price is pretty reasonable for this update, same as the prices now right?

i remember when i paid 229 for an import pspc:giggle: :giggle:
#7
If you get it from play.com you also get quidco @ 5%

So have to vote cold on this, I'm afraid.

HOWEVER - I'm very surprised at Sony selling it for this price, as I thought they'd cash in and sell it for £150+
#8
I will be buying from Play via Quidco too, Just posted it on here as it was the first place I had seen giving a definate release date
#9
swafe


load times are apparently meant to be slightly better due to more ram


It's not, its because they've put a dedicated caching chip on there so it no longer streams constantly from the media source.
#10
I thought it was meant to be 99.99 at launch
#11
the slimmer version has tv out so you can play it on the big screen,also you can use it as a controller for the ps3,its not much slimmer or lighter,they could of done something better like touch screen or something similar
#12
This isn't exactly a "hot deal". £119.99 is probably what every store is going to be selling the PSP slim for. A good deal would've been the PSP slim for £99.99.

BTW, anyone who took advantage of the great Asda offer for a PSP for £50, can trade the PSP in at Game. I heard they're giving £80ish for it, so if you were one of those people who bagged 6 or so, you can trade in two or three and then buy a PSP slim from there as well as bagging a big profit.
#13
Mmm Have to get 1 of them.
#14
tv out is the only thing that really tempts me to swap. if you've not got one then it's a good price, if you're just upgrading then it's not as good
#15
my psp is kind of ruined. The firmware tried to upgrade one day and now it doesnt load anything from the UMD Drive :( also the cap on the analogue stick broke off so its just a pointy stick now haha
#16
Shame they didn't improve the screen really. Doesn't look like much of an improvement over the original PSP.

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