41. Free wireless internet from T-Mobile
Six months of free internet access for your PSP from T-Mobile. That means almost any Starbucks restaurant you go to will give you free wi-fi for internet browsing. It certainly comes in handy when you need to check your mail on the go.
Through homebrew and use of the PSP's why-is-it-there IR port, PSP users can turn their systems into a universal remote, causing mayhem on televisions everywhere.
43. Share photos with others
You can wirelessly send images to other PSP owners through local ad-hoc. Just sit nearby another system and initiate a transfer by pressing Triangle and hitting Send. We wish Sony could extend this other things, such as video and music ... but for now, we can share our wallpapers (and other images) wirelessly with our friends.
44. PS3 games playable on PSP
It's only been implemented in one title so far, but the future for PSP-PS3 connectivity seems bright. You can download some PS3 games and play them from anywhere in the world through Remote Play. Imagine being able to continue playing the next big PS3 RPG from the classroom or office you normally steal wi-fi from. Sweet.
45. Analog nub
It's both a curse and a gift -- many will complain that the PSP needs two analog sticks. However, the analog nub is in itself a feat of engineering, giving complex 3D controls to a handheld, unlike never before. It takes some time to get used to, admittedly, but we think that for navigating 3D worlds, it far outdoes a D-Pad or a stylus.