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- From: SD-CA
- Registered: 30/03/08
- Posts: 679
PSP is Back! Wifi-less...
Source QJ.net wrote:
Weíve seen various colours and iterations of the PSP hit shelves before, including a white one, but here we have another white PSP coming our way; Ice White.
What makes this different from the previous white PSP is that itís not just a colour difference; itís the budget PSP, the European-exclusive PSP-E1000 model that was first announced last December, which has a mono speaker, no remote port, no video out, and most surprisingly no Wi-Fi.
Yeah, that last one sure does seem a bit blasphemous in todayís world of always-connected devices. But hey, for $99, itís a great investment into a little time sync if youíre not into handhelds quite enough to invest a few hundred into one today.
Itís interesting that Sony are continuing to release more iterations of the PSP after the Vitaís launch, perhaps a budget PSP would have been a better idea a few years ago.
Will you be possibly picking this up
Great To See Sony launching a new PSP variation, tho no WiFi, is Sony Bringing Back UMD Support?
At First I thought this could verywell mean the uprise of PSP Flash Games, the fact that its more economic than other models, but without WiFi, no Internet Browser, thus No Flash Player.
I Really Dont Want To See The Flash Gaming Side Of PSP Die.
What Do You Think? Got More Info On This New Model, Feel Free To Post
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Find Them In The 'Flash Games' Section of The Forums[/i]
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- From: Bloody Australia.
- Registered: 23/09/08
- Posts: 607
Re: PSP is Back! Wifi-less...
I really like the look of it, it looks a lot better than the other models of PSP that has been created thus far.
The no WiFi is a real bummer, I just read a comment from QJ.net:
I would say removing Wifi is dumbness on a whole new level but since this is Sony it's easy to find plenty more stupid decisions, i mean cost isn't the issue because it barely costs $1 to fit a Wifi transceiver, so why would they possibly do it?
If this is true, it's a real shame that WiFi wasn't included...