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How much is a used PSP worth these days? (no extras)

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
I'm after a cheap PSP I can mod and play around with. I'm wondering the average price these days? I don't see that much advantage buying a 'Slim' PSP over the old 'fat' one, unless anyone can tell me otherwise?!

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
I saw a psp in my local cash converter for 70 quid the other day.
banned#2
£80 at cex :thumbsup:
#3
A phat one will cost you approx £55 upwards, a slim & lite £80 upwards.

The slim & lite isn't worth the premium in my opinion.
The only thing that I use on mine is the ability to charge with USB, I have never used the TV out.

The battery life is better with the Phat.
#4
psp is on one of my buys this year, purely down to its cf capabilites
#5
You can charge the fat PSP up via USB now (might need custom firmware? not sure though), or via an adapter cable.
#6
Jelly
You can charge the fat PSP up via USB now (might need custom firmware? not sure though), or via an adapter cable.


Cool, I didn't realise Sony restricted this. Good to know I'll be able to charge it via USB after firmware modding as I expect to mess about with it a lot on the road (where a 12v to USB socket is always available!)

I'm gonna take a look in town this week for a cheap 2nd hand one else go on ebay. I was gonna look for 'bricked' psp's on ebay that can be fixed with a Pandora but it seems everyone and their mother's are already onto this. ;)

Shame that a used PSP is virtually the same price as a NEW DS - I personally think the DS is streeets ahead of the psp as a new handheld console, the games are sure as hell a lot more innovative. But as the PSP is so moddable it'll prob be worth it. :)

Thanks for the replies
#7
Jelly
You can charge the fat PSP up via USB now (might need custom firmware? not sure though), or via an adapter cable.


You can't charge a Phat one via it's USB port to my knowledge. Do you have a link?

TGB
Cool, I didn't realise Sony restricted this. Good to know I'll be able to charge it via USB after firmware modding as I expect to mess about with it a lot on the road (where a 12v to USB socket is always available!)

I'm gonna take a look in town this week for a cheap 2nd hand one else go on ebay. I was gonna look for 'bricked' psp's on ebay that can be fixed with a Pandora but it seems everyone and their mother's are already onto this. ;)

Shame that a used PSP is virtually the same price as a NEW DS - I personally think the DS is streeets ahead of the psp as a new handheld console, the games are sure as hell a lot more innovative. But as the PSP is so moddable it'll prob be worth it. :)

Thanks for the replies


The DS and the PSP are completely different machines. It's like comparing a Wii to a PS3, they are equally good at what they do for different reasons.
#8
Ebay is the best place atm- saw a mint boxed PSP with 14 boxed games go for £105 inc postage during the week there- sell the games for a fiver each and you've got a £35 psp...
#9
You can't charge a Phat one via it's USB port to my knowledge. Do you have a link?

he might mean that, the usb plugs into PC and then have 2 parts, one usb connection and other psp charger. i hadna logic3 version of this.
#10
I sold a brand new pink psp with 4 brand new games and an accessorys pack and got just less than £100 for it so ebay will probably be your best bet unless you find a great deal somwhere else
#11
Removed a few posts - no trading in the misc forum - if people want to sell, please do so in the correct forum.

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