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The '''PlayStation Portable''', or '''PSP''', was a video game console based around the MIPS R4000. The PSP used UMD discs for game distribution, a proprietary format controlled by Sony. Sony Memory Stick was used for local storage. The console was able to connect to PlayStation Network, Sony's online game service.
 
The '''PlayStation Portable''', or '''PSP''', was a video game console based around the MIPS R4000. The PSP used UMD discs for game distribution, a proprietary format controlled by Sony. Sony Memory Stick was used for local storage. The console was able to connect to PlayStation Network, Sony's online game service.
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PlayStation Portable
PSP.jpg
Manufacturer Sony
CPU MIPS R4000 (333 MHz)
GPU Unknown
RAM 32 MB
VRAM 2 MB
SRAM N/A
Media UMD, Memory Stick
Connectivity 802.11b adhoc and infrastructure modes
Players supported 1, others via 802.11b adhoc mode

The PlayStation Portable, or PSP, was a video game console based around the MIPS R4000. The PSP used UMD discs for game distribution, a proprietary format controlled by Sony. Sony Memory Stick was used for local storage. The console was able to connect to PlayStation Network, Sony's online game service.