this dose not come with the battery's and does not have the battery cover for one of them and you have to go buy the sd cards for the psp's so that it can work all in all this is a good system
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
PSP is a nice handheld console, but VITA should become a real deal.
I bought PSP 3001 here on eBay, from the one nice guy. It was used, but he is really takes care about it. PSP - is a pretty good multimedia device. I can listen the music (quality is very good), watch the video (but it should be specially converted - not much convenient), listen internet radio, read comix and books, and of course - play the games! There are so many exclusives for this console - so I couldn't miss it. Pros: Lightweight, handy device Bright screen Nice 3D stereo sound from internal speakers Custom firmware makes everything much better Cons: Analog stick is kinda lame after classic gamepads They could make more battery capacity I should buy PSP earlier, cuz now PS Vita coming out soon, and it's about time. But I'm gonna play most famous PSP exclusive games anyway.
Gaming on the go
I have been wanting a PSP for quite some time now, and finally did. Ive only had it a short while now, but what a great purchase. Great screen, graphics are easily comparable to the PS2. Its slim, sleek and pretty comfy in the hands which is something that I was worried about as I have larger hands. Sound output though the onboard speakers is surprisingly good, though through headphones leaves a little to be desired. Battery life is excellent, far better then what i was expecting, even with the wifi on. Remote connect to my PS3 is great. I can stream all my music and more to my desk while at work with it. There are hundreds of game choices. God of War titles. Final Fantasy titles. Kingdom Hearts titles. And so much more. The few games that I have played so far have not felt sluggish or lacking in anyway. And a full line of movies in UMD form as well. It has full the Playstation Store built in, and you can download demos, movies, comics, and more right to your PSP without needing a PS3. It easily connect via USB to both PC and Mac computers (a plus for me as Im a graphic designer and use Mac at work). Of course it connects easily to your PS3 if you have one. Havent tried on my xbox360 yet. The memory cards are no longer an expensive item for this unit either. You can find 16gb cards for around $60 now. Cons: It has better music visualization then the PS3. Wtf Sony? All in all, I just wish that I had boughten this earlier. Preferably for PAX East 2010. But, there is always next year.Read full review
nice little gadget.
The PSP 3000 plays the same games and offers the same media support as the older PSP models, but Sony has upgraded the system with an improved LCD screen and a new built-in microphone. The LCD is the same size and resolution as older PSP displays, but it has a wider color gamut and anti-reflection technology. The wider color gamut means that the new PSP screen is capable of displaying a wider range of colors. The new LCD also features five times the contrast ratio and quicker pixel-response times than the old PSP display. The response time has doubled in speed and will help eliminate ghosting or blurring during gameplay and video playback. The increased color gamut and improved contrast ratio was noticeable when PSP 3000 is placed right next to a PSP-2000 or PSP Slim; colors looked richer and more vibrant on the PSP 3000. The vivid, ghost-free screen does draw more power than the old screen. This new screen will reduce battery life by about 20 minutes. Sony has said that the PSP 3000 will actually have the same battery life as the PSP-2000. The new screen does require more power, but Sony engineers have reduced the power draw from other system components to make up the difference and ensure that battery life remains the same for both gameplay and UMD video playbackRead full review
PSP 3000 Silver-Ratchet and Clank Limited Edition
You don't have to worry about buying this product used. PSPs last forever. The only way to mess one up is to actually do it on purpose. This is a great gadget for gamers and non-gamers alike. With a large enough memory you can easily use it the same way you can use an iPod, but you get so much more out of it. Don't have a PC, no problem. With the PSP you can surf the web. Don't have internet at home. No problem. It also has WiFi, so you can get connected wherever internet access is available.