The PSP Go is a smaller more portable device than its predecessors. The hardware spec table below shows that it is not only smaller in size, but lighter too. Although the screen size is reduced, it still retains the same excellent colour depth and pixel resolution of the PSP 3000. The PSP Go CPU is rumoured to be clocked at 333MHz with a potential maximum speed of 480 MHz.
For a comparison between the PSP Go and the PSP 3000, see are other article entitled PSP 3000 vs PSP Go.
This hardware spec cover everything from the screen size to the amount of internal memory. One thing to mention is that on the release day there will be a Black PSP Go, a White PSP Go and there are rumours of a Lilac PSP Go.
|PSP Go (PSP-N1000)|
|Screen type||TFT LCD (16:9) widescreen|
|Screen resolution||480 x 272 pixels|
(w x h x d)
|128 x 16.5 x 69|
|Sound||Built-in stereo speakers & mic|
Directional - up, down, left, right, Analog stick
Start, select, PS, volume up + down, WLAN switch and power button
|Internal Memory||16GB flash memory|
|Memory Expansion||Expandable to 48GB with the addition of a 32GB memory stick|
|Game media||Games available via digital download /Sony Memory Stick M2|
|USB Charging||Yes, via a Sony PSP Go USB cable|
Battery Rating (mAh)
|Embedded battery, Rating 3.7v / 930 mAh, 3.5 Watt
Life expectancy for games is 3 to 6 hours
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi, USB 2.0 and Bluetooth|
|Online Services||Playstation Network|
|Release date||1st October 2009|
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