More Sony PSP Web Browser Photos

Posted: Jul 27 2005, 12:24pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:17pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
More Sony PSP Web Browser Photos
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I just came back and did not had time to fiddle with my Sony PSP to get it online. As reported earlier I could not get it online after the update. But I4U reader Gian Maria F. already surfed I4U News with his Sony PSP and send me some photos of it.

The Sony PSP web browser does not display I4U perfectly but it does work. See a couple photos below.

I4U reader Cristian B. reports that he had no issue updating his US Sony PSP with the Japanese firmware 2.0.

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More Sony PSP Web Browser Photos Future Technology News technology Review

More Sony PSP Web Browser Photos Future Technology News technology Review

I made several photos of the Sony PSP browser displaying web sites like Gizmodo, Engadget, Playboy to name a view. You can view them in this gallery.

How to upgrade the Sony PSP to firmware 2.0 is described in this story.


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