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There is some good info on there. The coolest thing I found was a Memory Stick adapter. It got me thinking, if there was a compact flash to memory stick converter I could get one of those cheap hitachi microdrives and start loading my PSP with movies. This whole memory stick thing is too damn expensive. Sony, I hope you are goign to start mass producing these things so they are cheaper. I refuse to pay $300 for a 4gb memory stick. Thats more than the system itself, and I can still only store a handful of movies.
Can you imagine a skype client for the PSP? I already noticed the 'headset' port at the bottom of the unit, with a wifi connection it would be possible to use skype-in and skype-out to make and recieve phone calls using your PSP.
Playing a user-created adventure game on the PSP will require the Adventure Player UMD software and a Memory Stick Duo with the saved game data. Wannabe developers will create their own game data on PCs by using a development kit called Adventure Player Studio, which will be downloadable when Adventure Player hits retailers. Adventure Player will be released in Japan this June
"Videora 1.0 is the first version of our new personal video downloading program. Utilizing BitTorrent peer to peer technology and Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds, Videora automatically and intelligently finds and downloads video you want to watch. With easy to use features like Want Lists and Season Tickets you will be able to watch your favorite video, no matter where you are in the world. All you need to get started is a broadband internet connection and Windows."
Pair that with PSP Video 9 and you can bring your favorite TV shows with you.
"PSP Video 9 is a free PSP video conversion and management application. It can convert regular PC video files (avi, mpeg, etc) into PSP video files, as well as manage/copy these PSP video files between your PC and PSP"
Hey cable companys, networks, content providers WAKE UP - people want this.
What is preventing the networks like Comedy Central from seeding bit-torrents of every single south park episode with some kind of pay per credit system? Surely there is a market for this is people are going to pay .99 cents for audio imagine what they will pay for constantly updated video subscription services?. It's slowing down the growth of technology.
Haven't posted here in a while. I will be posting lots of information on my new PSP. I got it the day it came out and quickly became bored with the 1st gen games that came with it. I've connected the USB to my computer and was able to access my memory stick. But I have been unable to get any games to work online even though it detects my internet connection.