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Sony PSP

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Monika Croucher

on 8 November 2013

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Sony PSP
Sony's succesful attempt at a hand held game system.
Japanese Launch
When the PSP (Play Station Portable) launched in Japan on Dec. 12, 2004, it sold over 200,000 consoles in the first day!
Then the
USA...
When it hit North America on March 24, 2005 it was 100$ more, supposedly because of taxes, but still Sony sold 500,000 in two days.
United Kingdom Reception
It's biggest success was in
the UK however, where it sold
185,000 units in the first 3 hrs!
Versions pre-Vita:
PSP-1000 (December 2004)
PSP-2000 (September 2007)
PSP-3000 (October 2008)
PSP Go (October 2009)
PSP-E1000 (October 2011)
PSP Go
PSP-E1000 Oddity
For some reason the newest PSP before the Vita has no wireless capabilities, despite the rest of them having it.
No universal complaints, except for how Sony decided to advertise their new system...
Such as hiring graffiti artist to spray paint adds on buildings...
An add that said "Take a running jump here" where it had to be taken down because of the posibility of it encouraging suicides and well...
THIS...
Because that doesn't look bad a all in so many ways.
The PSP uses an odd thing called a UMD (Universal Media Disc) instead of a cartridge or regular disc.
Credits:

Monika Croucher Prezi Master and Computer Control

Evan Welchner Performer and Interest Selector
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