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By: am_1102308 Monster Hunter 43 posts
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Who still has the first psp model 1001

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If any one has the first psp do you think that the other models 2000,3000 are better?converted_psp1001.jpgSony-PSP-3000-price.jpg

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Sackboy
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Re: Who still has the first psp model 1001

Sep 27, 2011

Sold mine a looooong time ago. Using a Go now, and frankly, it's much much better.

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Re: Who still has the first psp model 1001

Sep 27, 2011

I had the 1001 but upgraded to the 3000 last year. It's so much lighter and thinner and the battery lasts longer.

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Re: Who still has the first psp model 1001

Sep 30, 2011

Yep.

Still going strong unlike the pos go.

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Re: Who still has the first psp model 1001

Oct 1, 2011

I still have mine. I can't really tell you what is better though since I don't have the other models. I did find this though:

PSP Full Specs Comparison

Product Model          PSP-1000                                             PSP-2000                                                PSP-3000

External Size6.7” x 2.91” x 0.91”6.7” x 2.81” x 0.73”6.75" x 2.75" x 0.75"
Weight w/ BatteryAprox. 280 gramsAprox. 189 gramsAprox. 189 grams
CPUPSP CPU (1-333MHz)PSP CPU (1-333MHz)PSP CPU (1-333MHz)
Main Memory32MB64MB64MB
Display4.3 inches 16:9 wide screen TFT liquid crystal 480×272 pixel 16,770,000 colors4.3 inches 16:9 wide screen TFT liquid crystal 480×272 pixel 16,770,000 colors4.3 inches (16:9) full-transparent type, TFT drive, 480x272 pixel, Approximately 16,770,000 colors displayed
SoundStereo speakers, built-inStereo speakers, built-inStereo speakers, built-in
I/OWireless LAN (IEEE 802.11b conformity) (Wi-Fi), High Speed USB (USB2.0 conformity) (mini-B), Memory stick PRO duo, IrDAWireless LAN (IEEE 802.11b conformity) (Wi-Fi), High Speed USB (USB2.0 conformity) (mini-B), Memory stick PRO duo, Analog video outWireless LAN (IEEE 802.11b) (Wi-Fi), High Speed USB (USB2.0) (mini-B), Memory Stick PRO Duo, Analog Video Out, built-in Microphone
ConnectorsSubstance power source input connector, External power source supply connector, Headphone/microphone connector, USB connector, Memory stick duo slotSubstance power source input connector, External power source supply connector, Headphone/microphone connector, USB connector, Memory stick duo slot, Video output connectorDC IN 5V connector, DC OUT connector, Video out/headset connector, USB connector, Memory Stick Duo slot
Key/SwitchesCursor key (up and down left and right), Analog pad, Triangle, Circle, X, Square, L, R button, START, SELECT and HOME, POWER/HOLD switch, Display, sound and volume +/- button, Wireless LAN switch (ON/OFF), OPEN button (UMD)Cursor key (up and down left and right), Analog pad, Triangle, Circle, X, Square, L, R button, START, SELECT and HOME, POWER/HOLD switch, Display, sound and volume +/- button, Wireless LAN switch (ON/OFF), OPEN button (UMD) (Modified)Directional buttons (up/down/right/left), Analog stick Action buttons (triangle, circle, cross, square) START button, SELECT button, PS button POWER/HOLD switch, WLAN switch Display button, Sound button, Volume (+/-) buttons
Power SourceLithium-Ion rechargeable battery pack, AC adaptorLithium-Ion rechargeable battery pack, AC adaptor, USB power supplyLithium-Ion rechargeable battery pack, AC adaptor, USB power supply
Internal Disc DriveRead-only UMD™ driveRead-only UMD™ driveRead-only UMD™ drive
Access ControlRegion code, parental controlRegion code, parental controlRegion code, parental control
Wireless ConnectivityInfrastructure mode, Ad hoc mode (connects up to 16 consoles)Infrastructure mode, Ad hoc mode (connects up to 16 consoles)Infrastructure mode, Ad hoc mode (connects up to 16 consoles)
Supplied AccessoriesAC adaptor, Battery pack (1800mAh)AC adaptor, Battery pack (1200mAh)AC adaptor, Battery pack (1200mAh)
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Monster Hunter
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Re: Who still has the first psp model 1001

Oct 3, 2011

nice specs supprized that their only a few modifications...

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Monster Hunter
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Re: Who still has the first psp model 1001

Oct 3, 2011

oh really name some resons...

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Re: Who still has the first psp model 1001

Jul 19, 2013
Still have my pap 1001, haven't tried the newer models. Debating on getting the Vita...
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Re: Who still has the first psp model 1001

Jul 19, 2013
Wow I forgot about those I brought it day 1, then traded it for the GOW red 2000, and then a white pspGo and now a white vita can't wait for a slim version of that
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Re: Who still has the first psp model 1001

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JMBlakk wrote:
Wow I forgot about those I brought it day 1, then traded it for the GOW red 2000, and then a white pspGo and now a white vita can't wait for a slim version of that

Slim?? Can not wait for XL version. We are not kids with tiny fingers we are real adults with carpal tunnel and fat fingers lol.

 

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