Homebrew keyboard lets you take notes
Finally, a PSP keyboard! But, not from Sony. The homebrew community has concocted a keyboard for the PSP. By using the Palm(One) Universal Wireless Keyboard in conjunction with the homebrew program TyDoPad, PSP users can take brief notes and save them as text files. While this may not be the most exciting of programs, it's an interesting development nonetheless. What other uses for a keyboard can you think of for the PSP, other than a port of The Typing of the Dead?
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
1-20-2007 @ 9:50AM
brian hanna said...
i cant believe how far ahead homebrew is against official hardware and software. i feel retarted for having 3.03
1-20-2007 @ 3:17PM
PSP Underappreciated said...
what other uses??? gee thats a tough one.
or just more game interaction when playing
How about ANY input that you enter into the PSP, wouldn't that be a lot better than a graphical keyboard?? If Sony would not be an ass about this and either help someone develope one or release on themselves
1-22-2007 @ 12:52PM
Sony are normally quite good at giving people what they want. So its very strange that they wont release a keayboard. (Future flash enabled one on a second tab maybe that writes into the active text box??
1-22-2007 @ 12:53PM
Sorry if this is a repost as the wepage crashed on send....
By football i mean with a round ball not the nancyboy rugby with padding that Americans play.