yet another PSP knockoff at a computer show in Pittsburgh. This time, they had the nerve to copy the PSP name along with its design.
Be honest, you PSP fanboys, have you ever been suckered into buying one of these, or just bought one for the hell of it? I'm almost curious to see if some of them can do anything more than push crappy 8-bit graphics.
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7-17-2006 @ 9:56AM
Andrew Yoon said...
You say yet another PSP knockoff is making the rounds... I say, I didn't even know there were so many in the first place! Great find.
7-17-2006 @ 2:26PM
I love the funky old 8-bit stuff, like the Radio Shack mini handhelds that made the rounds last Christmas. They actually had a pretty bright screen and some of the games were decently playable. Looked like a little GBA or somesuch. Cost a whopping $39.
As long as you know what you're getting, these clunkers can be fun - and maybe worth something to collectors, eventually.
7-17-2006 @ 5:24PM
You say that "had the nerve to copy the PSP name along with its design." While the design is very similar, they did not copy the name. The photo shows that it is called the PHP. Similar, but not the same, like you imply.
7-17-2006 @ 10:56PM
You're dumb, it DOES indeed say its a PSP in the upper righthand corner, you can't prove someone wrong if you're wrong and he's not
7-17-2006 @ 11:52PM
"You say that "had the nerve to copy the PSP name along with its design." While the design is very similar, they did not copy the name. The photo shows that it is called the PHP. Similar, but not the same, like you imply."
Look in the upper, right-hand corner of the photo.