PSP Slim PSP-2000 Review

Posted: Nov 21 2007, 1:58pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:58am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

PSP Slim PSP-2000 Review
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Not too long ago Sony released a new slimmer PSP to replace the one that has been around for several years. If you own an old PSP and are wondering if the new PSP is a worthy upgrade, this is for you.

The new PSP has a few differences and really offers nothing extraordinary for most owners of old style PSP systems. However, a few notable improvements may cause some reach for their wallets to upgrade to the new PSP slim.

Review excerpt: “On the game titles I played, I noticed a slight improvement in load times for games and levels, but nothing to write home about. External changes to the new PSP include the loss of the UMD eject button. You now simply pry the UMD bay door open with your fingernail. The WiFi button now sites where the eject button is on the old PSP.” Read the full Sony PSP Slim review here.

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