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Sony PSP 2000 Limited Edition Felicia Blue Handheld System

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Product Description
Absolutely slim and light, the PSP 2000 is very easy to carry anywhere you go. The sharp and high-quality screen of this Sony handheld console produces excellent visuals. The internal memory of this Sony video game system conveniently accommodates a whole lot of games. When connected to a wireless network, you will also be able to challenge friends using the Wi-Fi in this Sony handheld console. You can also enjoy your games and videos on your television using the AV output in this Sony video game system. Together, the PSP 2000 makes your game play a lot more exciting and fun with better graphics.

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Product Identifiers
BrandSony
Product NameSony PSP 2000
UPC4948872411523
Product LineSony PSP

General
TypeHandheld System
ColorFelicia Blue
Release Date9/20/2007

Audio
Audio Output SupportStereo

Power & Battery
Power Source TypesPower Supply - internal
Battery TypeRechargeable Lithium-Ion

Dimensions
Height2.9 in.
Weight0.62 lb
Width6.7 in.
Depth0.9 in.

Display
Display Size4.3 in.

Technical Details
Ram TechnologySDRAM
Supported MediaUMD (Universal Media Disc)
Integrated Flash Memory Capacity64 MB
Internet ConnectivityWireless
Ram Capacity64 MB
Region CodeRegion Free
CPUMIPS R4000

Graphic
Memory Capacity4 MB

eBay Product ID: EPID110683301

Reviews & Research

CNET Editors' reviewExcellent

  • THE GOOD

    Lighter, slimmer, and sleeker update of the original PSP; AV output for video and game playback on TVs; improved load times for games; retains all of the impressive media and online features of the original PSP; deep lineup of great game titles that offer better graphics than Nintendo DS games.

  • THE BAD

    Despite improvements, problems and annoyances remain: UMD load times still poky compared to Flash-based DS games; volume levels still less than optimal; limited gameplay options via video output; USB charging option is cumbersome; screen is still too reflective and a magnet for fingerprints; subtle redesign missed the opportunity to add even more features.

  • THE BOTTOM LINE

    While it may not be a must-have upgrade for existing PSP owners, a host of subtle improvements make the latest Sony PSP (aka the PSP 2000) an even better deal for anyone looking for a solid portable gaming and multimedia device.

  • (C) 2014 CBS Interactive., a CBS Company. All rights reserved. Used by permission.

Customer Reviews

Average review score based on 773 user reviews

92%

of customers recommend this product

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    Created: 02/25/11

    psp 1001k

    Everything you need for powerful multimedia excitement! From fast action games, full featured movies, the ability to listen to music and display photographs, this Sony PSP-1001K PlayStation Portable (PSP) does it all plus more! With a dazzling 4.3-inch LCD widescreen, games comes to life whenever you are. Store your digital photos and share them with friends and family. You can even download and listen your favorite MP3s or transfer UMD and MP4 videos anytime! This 802.11b WiFi certified portable player lets you communicate with other PSP consoles or surf the web wherever there is a wireless hot spot. Its ergonomic design fits comfortably in your hands for hours of gaming and comes with all of the essentials for on the road entertainment. So go ahead and enjoy playing games, watching videos, viewing photos, and listening to music! Order this Sony PSP-1001K PlayStation Portable today!

    5 of 6 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

    Created: 05/14/10

    a handheld PS2?

    PSP: what an amazing device, big bright screen, near-PS2 level technology in a package not much larger than the original Game Boy Advance! It has a micro optical disc drive and is capable of playing super games on Universal Media Disc out of the box, like the Monster Hunter Freedom series, Burnout Legends, Need For Speed Carbon, Wipeout Pure, Daxter, etc. With small modification ($20 invested in a Pandora battery and Magic Memory Stick) it can play most of my old PS1 games (Gran Turismo 2!), plus emulators for DOS (Doom, Duke Nukem 3D), GB and GBA (Pokemon series), NES, SNES, Amiga, Commodore 64, Neo Geo Pocket, Sega Master System, Genesis, Game Gear, and more obscure old systems. It can also play homebrew games developed for the PSP.

    Each iteration has advantages and disadvantages, the 1000 series (Phat) is larger and heavier with slower loading times, but is easier to hack and capable of playing more homebrew games. The 2000 (Slim & Lite) series is thinner and lighter, faster loading of disc games, has composite and component television output, most models are easily hackable, some homebrew games will not play. The 3000 series (PSP Brite) is like the 2000 with a brighter screen and a built in microphone, but is much less hackable. The newest PSP Go is smaller, has a huge internal memory, but has no optical disc reader, and is not easily hackable.

    The PSP can also play movies, MP3s, and has WiFi connection for internet.

    I have a 1000 and a 2000, they replace my Sega Nomad, my Gameboys(O,C,A,SP), Sega Game Gear, Neo Geo Pocket Color, and NES clones. Plus, I'm replaying DOS, PS1, Atari, and SNES games on the go. I thought it was a good deal when I first bought it, just for the commercial games, and I'd been considering buying a portable NES clone, and/or a GamePark 32, but I discovered that the PSP can do it all. Games new and old, movies, music, internet. It has to be the best gaming investment I've ever made.

    7 of 7 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

    Created: 02/11/10

    PSP 1000K

    The Playstation Portable (officially abbreviated PSP) is a handheld game console manufactured and marketed by Sony Computer Entertainment.Development of the console was announced during E3 2003, and it was unveiled on May 11, 2003 at a Sony press conference before E3 2004. The system was released in Japan on December 12, 2004, in North America on March 24, 2005, and in the PAL region on September 1, 2005.
    PSP Hardware Specifications

    Here's all the technical info about just what the PSP has inside and out.

    •Color:
    •black
    •ceramic white (Japan and Europe only)
    •pink (Europe only)
    •Tsukimi -- black with copper (Japan only)
    •Kachofugetsu -- white with black and red (Japan only)
    •Dimensions: 6.7"/170 mm wide x 2.9"/74 mm high x .9"/23 mm deep
    •Weight: .62 lbs/280 g (including battery)
    •CPU: PSP CPU (1-333 MHz)
    •Memory:
    •32 MB Main Memory
    •4 MB embedded DRAM
    •Display:
    •4.3", 16:9 widescreen TFT LCD screen
    •480 x 272 pixels
    •16.77 million colors
    •maximum luminance 180/130/80 cd/m2 (when using battery pack)
    •maximum luminance 200/180/130/ 80 cd/m2 (when using AC adaptor)
    •Sound:
    •built-in stereo speakers
    •headset connector
    •Connectors, Ports and Drives:
    •IEEE 802.11b (Wi-Fi)
    •USB 2.0 (mini-B)
    •Memory Stick Duo
    •infrared
    •DC in 5 V connector
    •headset connector
    •UMD drive (Read only)
    •Buttons and Switches:
    •d-pad
    •analog nub
    •triangle, circle, cross, square
    •right and left shoulder
    •Start, Select, and Home
    •Power/Hold
    •display brightness, sound, volume up, volume down
    •wireless LAN on/off
    •UMD latch
    •Power:
    •lithium-ion battery
    •AC adaptor
    •Access control:
    •UMD region coding
    •parental control

    Note:If you got broken Umd drive and have original firmware, you steel would be able to geting game on your PSP by useing PSN Store(thru PS3 or MediaGO on pc).Also there 2 way how you can fund your account:a)useing credit card.b)useing Plastation Network cards.

    4 of 6 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

    Created: 09/02/08

    Sony PSP Daxter Entertainment Pack - Handheld game syst

    The new PSP is 19% thinner and 30% lighter. Should definitely notice the difference as soon as its in your hands. Here are the pros and cons

    Pros:
    + Video Out to your TV. Watch your UMD movies and Games on your screen. This is the perhaps the best feature of any handheld.
    + Much lighter, feels really good in your hands.
    + The D-Pad has been upgrades. Fighting Game Lovers rejoice!
    + The analog nub also feels more responsive.
    + Buttons are raised making them easier to click.
    + The LCD is brighter, has a higher refresh rate and the colors are more vibrant.
    + UMD games load faster.
    + The memory has been doubled in this unit to allow developers to build caches they can then use to make games load much faster.
    + Even games that dont implement caches, load faster due to an automatic new caching done by the system.
    + Ability to eat less battery life.
    + Daxter Game is included! This is one of the best games for the PSP
    + 1Gig memory stick is included.
    + Family Guy freaking sweet collection UMD included.
    + Price. For $200 you are getting a lot. PSP system, a game, family guy compilation, a new color, and memory stick. All for $30 more than PSP slim black. I would definitely recommend getting the bundle.

    Cons:
    -Yes the packaging is a bit cheap.
    -UMD tray may not impress. It feels cheaper.

    Hopefully you guys enjoy this little system. It really is a sexy looking thing and with critically acclaimed titles like crush and Jeanne d'arc and other games like Final Fantasy 7 Crisis Core, Wipeout Pulse, and God of War over the horizon, you wouldn't be a true gamer without one. If you like your handheld games at the same quality as your console games then what are you waiting for. pick this up.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

    Created: 03/30/11

    Was good, but had issues, glad it was revised :)

    I REALLY love this DEVICE and found it appropriate to say that this device did have like 10 problems at launch date.

    CONS: I will get rid of the cons first because I find that they are the most tedious in this situation. People want to know what problems this may have, so I will just get them out of the way

    Bulky: This PSP device (101K) is TOTALLY bulky. This was dubbed PSP brick, or BRICK HANDHELD, it was best dubbed that, and it fits.

    WEB USAGE: This was later corrected by an SW update, but it seemed any website with an SD card, and with file cache all that off, and on, etc. It would say web memory filled. I find though that this glitch has been fixed, and hasn't been a bother to many because it still functions, and it's a gaming device, you aren't using a gaming device for the web.

    Pros: This is also the most needed thing too, because people want to know WHY THEY SHOULD GET THE DEVICE.

    Pros:
    The screen: I was like WOWOOWOOOWOWOWO, because it's so big, can be used for video usages, gaming, UMD VIDEOS, UMD MUSIC, sD card viewing. I used it for all of that, and never had a complaint. My uncle has had crashes in the SD video viewer, and sometimes UMD's load incorrectly, but he's mostly became an XBOX360 freak for the most part :)

    The toggle things: Dang it I know what they are called, just cant think of it LOL, I am playing games tons on it, and I always find this to be responsive.

    3.5 MM headset jack: YAY, if I'm somewhere I cant have loud games, and I want to have them, just put in a very easy to find set of headphones, and you are set! If you have any complaints with any of this, it is a very easy to use device. So if any issues found, just mess around with it, or contact SONY, I no longer own a PSP so I can't answer questions

    But overall, really responsive and I love this gaming device.

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful? Yes | No

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