Akith wrote:I'm not so into the new PSP, the old one looks better if you ask me. Sure I bet it has better specs than the old ones, but still.. there has been so many new versions of PSP lately.
I do prefer the look of the old PSP, too, but I have been finding myself ripping games off the UMDs and playing them off the memory stick a lot more often than I actually play games on the UMDs, so I'm all for the whole digital thing.
Akith wrote:Gotta agree with you there, getting games as digital versions is easier and there's the ecological side on that too.
Oh I didn't know the new PSP had smaller screen! OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) screen would've make it quite impressive, I've heard those are clear as day.
Anyways, OLED would be quite expensive, as the original 11 inch screen Sony one has dropped 75% of its price in the first year alone!
http://www.electronics-expo.com/index.p ... id=SONXEL1
Now it's only $2,500!!!
I would simply be amazed if Sony released a PSP with that screen, but I think that would make it the cost of a PS3, at least.
There is at least one phone with OLED, but remember, they have to come with a two year contract.
Akith wrote:Yeah that's the downside it would have. Samsung was the company that created phone with OLED, it has a price tag's with 300-500€. Maybe in future when the prices of such screens come down.
gm914 wrote:Life could've been simple...
Amish_Gramish wrote:a 4.3" 272i screen.
Ar-Pharazon wrote:Amish_Gramish wrote:a 4.3" 272i screen.
Pedantic quibble: "i" means "interlaced", and the PSP's screen isn't interlaced. Your comment that 1080p is better than 480x272 remains perfectly valid, of course.
Vyse Hazuky wrote:Any of TGC's games would have been beautiful in a well thought out pack, with a soundtrack CD, artbook and, for flOwer, why not pull a Kenji Eno and include a pack of seeds inside too? (he did it with both versions of Real Sound: Kaze no Regret)
I know it's a bit on the consummist side, but just like records or books or movies, games are just something I'd rather hold than just a bunch of megabites of data you transfer to a small memory card chip
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