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The handheld lineup.

PSP Specs, through the door!

PSP1000 (Original)

CPU : 1-333mhz MIPS R400 based “Alagrex”
Memory : 32MB DDR, 2MB GPU, 2MB Media Processor
GPU : 166mhz Unknown code,
Input : UMD 1.8GB, MemoryStick ProDuo, USB 2.0, 802.11b.
Output : Headphone.
NAND Compatibility : MemoryStick ProDuo.
HD Playback : None, but it does play MPEG-4 videos pretty good.

PSP2000 (Redesign)

CPU : 1-333mhz MIPS R400 based “Alagrex”
Memory : 64MB DDR, 2MB GPU, 2MB Media Processor
GPU : 166mhz Unknown code,
Input : UMD 1.8GB, MemoryStick ProDuo, USB 2.0, 802.11b.
Output : Headphone, PSP Component Cable.
NAND Compatibility : MemoryStick ProDuo.
HD Playback : None, but it does play MPEG-4 videos pretty good.

PSP3000 (What, Again?)

CPU : 1-333mhz MIPS R400 based “Alagrex”
Memory : 64MB DDR, 2MB GPU, 2MB Media Processor
GPU : 166mhz Unknown code,
Input : UMD 1.8GB, MemoryStick ProDuo, USB 2.0, 802.11b.
Output : Headphone, PSP Component Cable.
NAND Compatibility : MemoryStick ProDuo.
HD Playback : None, but it does play MPEG-4 videos pretty good.

YAD’s notes;
The PSP has seen two revisions, the premise of the first revision, the PSP2000 was to double the system memory, allow television output, and provide a brighter, easier to see screen. The third revision provides a shittier screen than the first one, but it is brighter. Who gives a fuck. It plays MPEG-2 and PS1 games, packs in a web browser, and works pretty good.

Nintendo DS(i)
CPU : 67MHz ARM946E-S, 33MHz ARM7TDMI
Memory : 4 MB DRAM
GPU : The ARM chips both handle it, for DS Games, the ARM946E, and for Gameboy Advance, the ARM7TDMI.
Input : Touch Screen, 802.11b, Nintendo I for the DSi.
Output : Headphone.
NAND Compatibility : None
HD Playback : None.

YAD’s notes;
This would be a good handheld, if the goddammed touch screen was worth a fuck. Oh yeah, and if it had a web browser. It’s best games look like they belong on a PS1. We’re not talkin’ a graphical powerhouse here, we’re barely talkin’ something that plays games. You really can’t do shit with it, other than play the PS1 style games with a stylus.