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Sony PSP Go! White

Your whole world in your hands... and now in your pocket

Expanding the PSP universe, PSPgo is the smallest, lightest PSP yet, weighing in at just 160g.Which means it's now even easier for you to play great games, listen to your favourite music, watch videos, view photos, surf the Internet and chat with friends on the move.

Plus, with Bluetooth 2.0 technology now added to the mix, PSPgo also retains its critically acclaimed Wireless features including Ad Hoc Mode (direct PSP to PSP Wireless connection), Infrastructure Mode (PSP to Wireless local area network (WLAN) connection), Remote play (PSP to PS3 Wireless local area network connection) and Game Sharing, which allows you to share specific game features between two PSP systems. Never has there been so much power in your pocket.
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#1
Great price for a rubbish machine. Give me a PSP 3000 any day.
#2
Well yes you have a good point but kids do tend to want the latest thing!!!!
#3
I wouldn't pay £50 for this. Piece of trash!!!
Still a good deal comparing to other places, so hot from me :)
#4
Good price, shyte console
#5
lol there seems to be a theme developing here
#6
has anyone actually used one??

imo its the best psp yet, smaller and lighter, what the psp should have been, no games to lug around. The hardware is the best around, feels solid and compact, controls feel just right and theres the options of adding an m2 card, ps3 controller and headset....

the store PRICES are the only thing that lets it down in my opinion but every game i wanted for the psp i have got for free, 5 so far, but only 3 on offer atm if you already have a psp...
#7
Grimulus
Great price for a rubbish machine. Give me a PSP 3000 any day.


+1

You are better off with an older model, which has a UMD drive. My 1000 has had a new lease of life with the introduction of Digital Comics and Minis.............

They could actually be sticking the UMD back in with the PSP-4000 if rumours are to be believed........http://www.destructoid.com/rumor-psp-4000-mentioned-in-new-sony-ads-158342.phtml

http://bulk2.destructoid.com/ul/158342-psp.jpg
#8
addyjones1234
has anyone actually used one??

imo its the worst psp yet. It even has a smaller screen, so you can squint more...no games to lug around, but also no freedom of choice; you're stuck with buying your games online! Forget swapping with your mates, or grabbing that bargain in the preowned bin, who needs that!! The hardware is the crappest around, feels small and cramped, controls feel too close but theres the options of adding an m2 card, ps3 controller and headset....

...


lol

Fixed it for ya buddy.:whistling:
#9
poop console, great price. heat added
#10
flamingcarrot
+1

You are better off with an older model, which has a UMD drive. My 1000 has had a new lease of life with the introduction of Digital Comics and Minis.............

They could actually be sticking the UMD back in with the PSP-4000 if rumours are to be believed........http://www.destructoid.com/rumor-psp-4000-mentioned-in-new-sony-ads-158342.phtml

http://bulk2.destructoid.com/ul/158342-psp.jpg


That was confirmed to be a mistake in the advert.

Wouldn't surprise me to see a 4000 model appear though as a final hardware revision before Sony launch a PSP 2.
#11
Good price, although it doesn't include postage (starts at £3.99). I think you can get 3.5% Quidco on this too.
#12
Good price, but its poor value when you take everything into consideration.... Piece of crap console.
#13
I ended up going for a PSP 3000 myself, prefer the look of the GO! but no UMD drive completely kills it.
#14
Don't understand how you can rate it hot AND say its crap.

Would you rate a bag full of shyte hot if a website was offering it for free?
#15
chancooluk
Good price, but its poor value when you take everything into consideration....

I wouldn't say that. It has 16 GB of flash memory built in. A 16 GB memory stick for a regular PSP would set you back about 40 quid. It's smaller and lighter than a regular PSP and it has Bluetooth. It depends whether you want the ability to use UMDs I suppose.

sycomadness
Don't understand how you can rate it hot AND say its crap.
For me at least, whether it is hot depends on how the price compares to other sites. This is £40 cheaper than other sites out there. If I was voting purely on whether I like something, then I'd vote lots of great deals as cold.
#16
Even though I know its a waste of money cuz i will never have time to play it and downloadable content is a rip off, theres still a part of me that really wants one and I really dont know why!? hot
#17
PSP Go sales are total rubbish, so far its been a huge disaster for Sony. At first it seemed to give a overall boost to psp sales in general with people actually buying the normal psp in preference to this one but now the whole psp sales seemed to have fallen its like the psp go has had a negative impact on all psp sales figures downwards. Maybe its because the psp go is such poor value its lost sony some goodwill or maybe its tainted the whole psp sector with failure. Whatever anyone buying a PSP Go shouldn't be surprised to see a huge drop in price in the near future. Sony are going to relaunch the psp go but I don't know if this means a price cut or a marketing campaign but its tainted badly with failure now so its probably a bit of a dead format. Really it needs a price of something like £79 to go mass market. Frankly its a lemon.
#18
I agree with the others, the PSP-3000 is far better than the Go! - and has the added bonus of being far cheaper.

Someone said that Sony might be putting the UMD drive back in the 4000 - there has never been any indication they were going to leave it out. The PSP Go! is a seperate series to the other models, so I'd imagine a 4000 would just be an improvement on the 3000, and not the GO!
#19
How do you put games on this? Do you need a ps3?
#20
As someone who actually owns it, there's nothing wrong with a PSPgo, it charges the battery faster, it's significantly lighter and much more portable, and it looks a lot better. I still have a PSP-1000 which I use rarely now, but it's still good for my nephew.

Really the only problem was the price for most people, but in every other sense, the PSPgo is much better machine, unless of course you pirate all your games.
empyphil
How do you put games on this? Do you need a ps3?


You can download directly to the PSP with Wifi, you can download through your PS3, and then transfer to your PSP, and you can use Sony's Media Go software to connect to the PlayStation store and download games on your PC and transfer to your PSP using the USB cable.
#21
I own a white PSP GO. I have to the console looks great, small and the flip mech is awesome. Heat added for price as best so far................
Now..... I have purchased GTA vice city download 15.99 as you cannot use UMD's. UMD version would be 6 quid! I have played this console for two days and its now in the spare room somewhere. That was over three weeks ago. I am back to the Iphone. I would advise anyone thinking of buying this to NOT. If you really want a PSP get the old style firmware etc and you ca have loads of games on a memory card. The size, mech wear's off so quickly. Trust me. I have wasted money on this. (Touch wood I got it second off a friend for 110) but its not even worth that as soon as you buy games (downloads) you will be spending much much more.:thumbsup:
#22
zabbyh
As someone who actually owns it, there's nothing wrong with a PSPgo, it charges the battery faster


Can you change the battery or when the battery does eventually not hold a charge will you have to send it back to sony?
#23
I really want a Go.

It's actually pocket sized, unlike any of the other PSPs.

The reason it's so highly priced is because shops would not stock them if it were lower priced, as thet'd essentially make no money from them as people wouldn't be coming back to them for the software.
#24
doboworth
The reason it's so highly priced is because shops would not stock them if it were lower priced, as thet'd essentially make no money from them as people wouldn't be coming back to them for the software.

I don't think it's shops that are dictating the high price so they get increased margins. I think it's Sony. Sony also sell enough different (and popular) products to be able to force retailers' hands when it comes to stocking the Go.
#25
hot for price, i just wish the games to download were cheaper, how can a digital version cost so much more than a physical medium, bad business sense IMO
#26
Sony really dropped a bollock on this didn't they?

Don't know anyone whose touched one who wants one - the layout just doesn't work as well as the PSP.
And for the extra storage I'd rather buy the 16gb memory stick for my 3000. I've got about 15 games for mine, one or two bought new, the rest bought for around a fiver or less - say around £80 tops for the lot. If I'd have bought them for the Go, it would have cost nearer £300.
#27
ourdave
Sony really dropped a bollock on this didn't they?

Don't know anyone whose touched one who wants one - the layout just doesn't work as well as the PSP.
And for the extra storage I'd rather buy the 16gb memory stick for my 3000. I've got about 15 games for mine, one or two bought new, the rest bought for around a fiver or less - say around £80 tops for the lot. If I'd have bought them for the Go, it would have cost nearer £300.


Yep, its all about price fixing with games for the Go, thats why they made it. Its so much cheaper to buy a UMD version of a game that even includes a case and manual.
#28
Just traded in my PSPGo at Game yesterday... they've giving an extra 20% on trade ins so i was given £180 trade in.. all you scammers out there can make a small profit!
#29
Cant vote it hot because wouldnt want one.
#30
I have a sneaky suspicion, that this will be fully hacked (leaked by Sony), as it's the only way they'll manage to shift stock.
#31
i've had all PSPs (except 3000) since launch day & have to say this is my favourite one overall

HOWEVER

as others have said its the game prices that are killing it. new releases are about £10 more expensive on the store & theres no trade in value. prices dont get reduced (except when on offer) eg fif09 & fifa10 are both £30! they'd be far better reducing ALL prices which would mean not much more money made but ALOT more happy customers & more consoles sold.

i would recommend anyone thinking of buying it to get a 3000 with 16GB card instead. that is unless you're made of money! LOL

the way to may PSP popular? competative PSN store prices, a 2nd analogue stick & make PSP games playable on a PS3 (imagine that!)
#32
TheGimp
Just traded in my PSPGo at Game yesterday... they've giving an extra 20% on trade ins so i was given £180 trade in.. all you scammers out there can make a small profit!


You been lucky there then, I just called my local store and they said £150 trade in with the 20% !!

which store was that?

N20
#33
nitrus
You been lucky there then, I just called my local store and they said £150 trade in with the 20% !!

which store was that?

N20


well a mate from work went to trade in his DS lite for a psp 3000, was expecting £60 but got about £120 as they put it down as a DSi! LOL
#34
Hot! I love my PSP-Go really nice screen, the 3000 screen with the interlace issue made films and games look horrible, I got 5 free games from Sony, and buy PSN cards for around £15 from thehut.com, so don't pay as much for the titles from the PSN store.. At this price I'd highly recommend, also white is great colour doesn't show up fingerprints unlike the glossy black one..
#35
Love all the people dissing this machine. Have any of you actually used one?? I had the first PSP and now I have one of these and it is an excellent bit of kit. So what if it hasnt got a umd drive will be hacked soon anyway and games will be available free. The screen is good, has bluetooth and movies look goods on it and its a lot easier to put in your pocket plus dont have to have umds in my pocket, the umd drives always fail anyway. Hate it when people just jump on the bandwagon and say stuffs crap when they havent even used it, go back to your game boys and atari lynx's!!!!
#36
daveniuk
Hot! I love my PSP-Go really nice screen, the 3000 screen with the interlace issue made films and games look horrible, I got 5 free games from Sony, and buy PSN cards for around £15 from thehut.com, so don't pay as much for the titles from the PSN store.. At this price I'd highly recommend, also white is great colour doesn't show up fingerprints unlike the glossy black one..


thats what i got! but was in florida for launch getting married so got a USA one. still managed to get 3 free games from sony even though it was only for european customers! hehehe only bad thing with the white is the analogue stick, its picking up the dirt now!

also got the cradle for £17 from gamestation & component cable from dealextreme for about £3! team that with a PS3 DS controller & youve got a PSP home console played on my 50" TV!
#37
FYI: From Gamervision.com...

Sony Planning a PSPgo Relaunch?
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Publisher Hopes to Rekindle Interest
by Coop Coop Mon, 01 February 2010 10:57AM

http://gamervision.com/contributed/1265041734kJ2UyQX8EN.jpg

It's safe to say that the PSPgo hasn't had the reception that was expected of it. Sales haven't been crazy, and most seem to have completely ignored the system's launch entirely. With this kind of negativity surrounding the PSPgo, it's no wonder that Sony wants to do something about it. According to someone close to Sony, they are. Sources have confirmed with Gamervision that a PSPgo "relaunch" is imminent, complete with a marketing blitz in hopes to rekindle some sort of excitement over the handheld. What else will the relaunch entail? There are a number of possibilities, and there's little doubt a price drop might be among them.

Even when compared to the other issues the PSPgo has, the high price seems to be paramount for keeping it out of gamers' hands. It's more expensive than the other models by almost $100, and doesn't even have all of the content the regular system has. Even if they don't drop the price, a massive media blitz would be a great idea, and odds are whatever is done will have a healthy dose of Kevin Butler as well. Those ads seem to have struck a cord with fans and haters alike, especially when compared to the companies earlier attempts at advertising.

We're not certain when this is supposed to start, but with GDC right around the corner I'd expect to hear a little more in the near future. We'll keep you posted.
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BFN,

fp.
#38
Grimulus
Great price for a rubbish machine. Give me a PSP 3000 any day.


I agree with everything you say.

For those wanting one, this is a good deal.

A pity the machine and the whole concept is so bad.

I advise everyone to use a search engine to look at all the reviews that seem lukewarm or hostile to this item.

PSP 3000 is the best version, still.

Except the poxy UMD drive, that has died on my old PSP1000 series machines, BOTH of them.

Feeble design in my opinion, and the movie merchants all seem to have stopped bothering releasing films on that medium at least a year ago, from what I remember reading a while back.
#39
I love the idea of the PSP Go, but wouldn't buy one until either Sony or some unofficial group give me a way to transfer the UMDs I already own, to the built in memory on the device. If I could do that I'd happily trade up my PSP 2000 for a PSP Go.
#40
mateypeeps
I agree with everything you say.

For those wanting one, this is a good deal.

A pity the machine and the whole concept is so bad.

I advise everyone to use a search engine to look at all the reviews that seem lukewarm or hostile to this item.

PSP 3000 is the best version, still.

Except the poxy UMD drive, that has died on my old PSP1000 series machines, BOTH of them.

Feeble design in my opinion, and the movie merchants all seem to have stopped bothering releasing films on that medium at least a year ago, from what I remember reading a while back.


the reviews arent favourable because they all go with the same thing - why get a pspgo when you can get a psp 3000 cheaper & dont pay the high psn prices. they dont actually review the console properly because of this.

just think of the console itself & how it plays NOT the cost of games & lack of 2nd stick. its a very good console, the best version of psp & most comfortable to play.

as for umd films, they are till getting released :) play.com has 3 listed for next week

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