Sony Psp Slim: a Revolutionary Evolution

By: Alice Erin

Sony PSP Slim is the updated version of the original PSP which was named "PSP 1000" model. The new version is a much more slender and stylish device with hi-tech facilities such as enhanced game loading period, AV output for video playback on Television sets etc. However, Sony PSP Slim retains all the online features of its predecessor that had mass appeal. The handset, which the company has christened as "the PSP 2000," offers an excellent menu of popular game titles that provides quality graphics, which betters Nintendo DS games. The new features that the Sony PSP Slim has got under its cap make it a well-equipped multimedia gadget.

Sony PSP Slim is made available in North America as two separate editions.

One is the black PSP package, while the other is the silver PSP that comes festooned with Daxter game, a Family Guy UMD video and a memory stick duo of 1 GB. Star Wars Entertainment pack leads the list of configurations that is getting ready to be hatched by Sony. The fresh PSP version is 19 percent thinner and is only one-third the size of its predecessor. This lightweight nature of the handset catches your attention the moment you lift it up. Though sleek in shape, the handset has a rounded appearance and fits perfectly in your palm.

All control buttons of Sony PSP Slim are placed just a tad rose from its surface. This feature makes those keys a little more responsive to the commands given. The handset facilitates viewing of both audio and video formats on television screens. Excellence in performing multimedia functions is an added advantage. Yet another impressive feature of the Sony PSP Slim is its advanced in-built "UMD Cache" which makes rapid loading of game discs possible. The greater memory power of its extra RAM that comes to 64 MB does the trick for the handset. Thus, Sony PSP Slim is in every sense an evolutionary improvement.

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