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PSP, use it for more than just games. May 26, 2007

Posted by ronandi in Cool.

I am sure that many, if not most, psp users already know that the psp is not for just games. In fact, some do not use the psp for gaming at all. They might have originally bought the 280g portable platform with the intent of gaming on it, but some just use it to do what mp3 players like Apple’s Ipod cannot. For example, manga (Japanese comics), are becoming more and more popular outside of Japan, and especially in the United States. Using a program called PSPhoto,users can reformat image files to the correct resolution of their PSP, making it possible to read comics, or other literature on the device. Along with this, with the PSP’s larger display, watching videos is a lot better on it than watching it on any mp3 player which is sure to have a smaller one. If you do not already know, the psp already has an RSS feed reader, and an Internet Explorer. Using psp emulators and homebrew  programs,  users can download games in ISO format, and put them on their psp. Of course, this is illegal, but when has that stopped anyone that knows how to browse the web? Homebrew programs allow third party software to be installed on the PSP, and unlocks it to yield even greater potential and practicality in everyday life. For example, 3rd party software can be installed to allow one to use their psp as a universal remote for their household electronics.

Though many of you may know this, and it may be boring old news, I thought that it was be interesting for all of you out there which were not aware.
Thanks for reading, and look out for some newer news.



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